House Resolution Honors Physical Therapists

The American Physical Therapy Association is celebrating 100 years as a member association! To mark the centennial, The House of Representatives passed a resolution recognizing the essential and valuable roles PTs and PTAs play in improving the health of society and in particular, the contribution they’re making in treating COVID-19 patients who are recovering from severe effects of the disease.

On this landmark occasion, we at New Heights Physical Therapy Plus would like to send a big thank you to the Representatives who sponsored the resolution.

Celebrating the American Physical Therapy Association

The American Physical Therapy Association began with a calling to serve military members in World War I. Today, it’s the largest community for physical therapists, physical therapists assistants, and students. We’re embracing our rich history and are excited for what the future holds.

Learn more about the history of APTA this interactive timeline of 100 milestones of our first 100 years!

House Resolution Honors Physical Therapists in Portland OR and Vancouver WA

Seeing Patients in the following Portland and Vancouver areas:

SE Portland | NE Portland | Gresham | Happy Valley | Clackamas | Milwaukie | Mt Tabor | Belmont | Lloyd Center | Laurelhurst | Hollywood District | Downtown Portland | Beaverton | Tigard | Hillsboro | Cedar Mill | Cornell | Sylvan | Cedar Hills Downtown Vancouver | Fruit Valley | Hazel Dell | Felida | Cascade Park | Camas Washington

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