Orthopeadic Manual Physical Therapy is a specialized area of physical therapy that uses manual techniques to facilitate pain free motion.
The purpose of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy - student special interest group (AAOMPT-sSIG) is to serve its members by fostering active student involvement in the AAOMPT. This will be done by facilitating the advancement of the orthopaedic manual physical therapy practice and enhancing the use of current evidence-based manual physical therapy practice.
Goals of the AAOMPT-sSIG
- To provide extra opportunities to grow as a student PT
- Promote discussions between students, faculty, and fellows
- Accelerate decision making skills and processes
- Networking with future colleagues
AAOMPT - sSIG Mission Statement
The purpose of the AAOMPT-sSIG is to serve its members by fostering active student involvement and networking within the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists and developing a community of students committed to the advancement of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy, ultimately developing future leaders not only in the field of orthopaedic manual physical therapy, but the physical therapy profession as a whole.
Interested students should email firstname.lastname@example.org
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