Carrie Hall, President of MSPT as the recipient of the 2013 PTWA " Award for Clinical Excellence"
Presented to acknowledge an individual who has made outstanding and enduring contributions to the clinical practice of physical therapy.
Award recipients have been engaged in extensive clinical practice for at least ten years, positively and substantially affected the shape, scope, and quality of physical therapy practice. Had an impact on other physical therapists, increasing their abilities to practice physical therapy through mentoring, clinical education, continuing or basic education. Had an impact on the overall and widespread development of physical therapy as a caring profession. Demonstrated contributions to the Physical Therapy Association of Washington, and is a member of the Physical Therapy Association of Washington.
ConEd Course Now Open for Registration
What’s in a Name? Using Movement System Diagnoses Versus Pathoanatomic Diagnoses
Did you see the commentary in the May JOSPT by Paula Ludwig? It speaks to the importance of movement system versus pathoanatomic diagnoses. In Carrie Hall’s upcoming course: Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, she will be presenting movement system impairments of the UQ, primarily the shoulder girdle. Discussion will be provided regarding the most recent evidence surrounding the mechanics of impingement syndrome (better named as anterior shoulder or posterior shoulder pain). The course is 1.5 CEU’s and is held June 28-30. Click here for online registration and course details. You are one step closer to learning how to diagnose and treat movement impairments of the shoulder girdle!
Conveniently located just southwest of the University Bridge on Eastlake Avenue in Seattle, MSPT's primary expertise involves the diagnosis and treatment of movement impairment syndromes, injury prevention, and the promotion of health, wellness, and fitness. -Get Directions-
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