Physical Therapy Students at Capitol Hill

Pictured left to right: Greg Rasmussen, Tina McCann, and Chase Nier.

The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Federal Advocacy Forum is a three day event where APTA members from across the nation come together on Capitol Hill to meet with Congress members and representatives to discuss "regulatory affairs and federal priorities that impact the physical therapy profession and its patients." The event was held on March 31st through April 2nd.

University of Minnesota Physical Therapy students, Chase Nier, Tina McCann, and Greg Rasmussen, were selected as advocates to attend the forum where they helped advanced health care for diverse communities in Minnesota and beyond. 

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