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Membership in the FPTA is concurrent with membership in the American Physical Therapy Association and together you will find a great package of benefits. Membership in the FPTA is limited to physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and PT or PTA students in CAPTE-accredited programs.

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Find a PT in Florida

All FPTA members who are physical therapists in Florida are automatically eligible to be enrolled in the Find a Physical Therapist function on the PT for Pain website. Be sure to include your workplace name and phone number on your APTA profile when joining. If you don't see your name on the list, contact Liz Aperauch at laperauch@fpta.org for more information.

 

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FPTA members who are 2- to 4- years post graduation will be able to take advantage of discounted member pricing:

First year: 50% discount plus free registration for the APTA NEXT conference.

Second year: 40% discount

Third year: 30% discount

Fourth year: 20% discount

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Since co-membership in the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is required for membership in the FPTA, membership applications are managed through the APTA website.

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For questions regarding membership qualifications, contact APTA's Member Services department at 800/999-2782 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-6:00 pm, or via e-mail at memberservices@apta.org.

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