|Private Practice Special Interest Group|
Private Practice Special Interest Group
Private Practice SIG Leadership
Chair: Thomas S. Zeller, PT, DPT
Vice-Chair: Tom Langer, PT, DPT
Secretary: Tony Cere, PT, DPT and Melissa Cere, PT, DPT
Treasurer: Jonathan Mullis, PT, DPT Directors:Special Olympics:Tom Fischer, PT
Directors: Special Olympics:Tom Fischer, PT
The mission of the Florida Physical Therapists in private practice (FLPTPP) Special Interest Group is to protect, promote, advance, and grow physical therapist owned businesses in the state of Florida.
Our vision is to unite all Physical Therapist owned businesses and foster Physical Therapist ownership by proactively:
There are 3 levels of membership: Owners, Members, and Student membership levels. Dues are paid annually on January 1st and are pro-rated 50% after July 1st. Membership in the FPTA is required to join this group.
"Owners" membership level is defined by having ownership in a physical therapist business. $25 until July 1, then $12.50 through the end of the year.
"Members" membership level is defined as a licensed PT/PTA. $10 until July 1, then $5 through the end of the year.
"Student" membership level currently enrolled in physical therapy accredited program. $5 until July 1, then $2.50 through the end of the year.
Join the FLPTPP SIG or renew your membership today and become a part of something great!
Join the FPTA Private Practice SIG as a private practice owner and gain access to the Owner Listserv as well as forums, blogs and other benefits offered by the group.
Join the FPTA Private Practice SIG as a non-owner member or student and gain access to forums, blogs and other benefits offered by the group*. Membership in the FPTA is required to join this group.
*This membership does not include access to the Owner Listserv; that service is limited to the Private Practice Owner membership.
DID YOU KNOW... The Physical Therapy evaluation codes will be changing and if you do not bill correctly you will not get paid? Working with APTA staff, Tom Zeller, PT, DPT, has created a summary of the new coding system.This summary is available to FPTA members at no charge, click the button below to access.
PT for Pain
PT for Pain is a project of the Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA), dedicated to improving the health, wellness and quality of life of people in Florida by advancing the practice of physical therapy.