|Honors & Awards|
WHAT: The purpose of the Award is to acknowledge and honor members of the Missouri Physical Therapy Association whose contributions in the area of Education, Administration, Research, Practice, and Service to the Profession and Community Service have been of exceptional value.
HOW: Nominations must be sent to MTPA by March 1st
FIND OUT MORE: MPTA Outstanding Service Award
WHAT: Each month the MPTA places a spotlight on one of our tremendous student physical therapists or student physical therapist assistants.
HOW: Student Spotlight recommendations can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime.
FIND OUT MORE: MPTA Student Spotlight
WHAT: APTA's Honors & Awards Program recognizes outstanding achievements on the part of its members in the areas of overall accomplishment, education, practice and service, publications, research, and academic excellence.
HOW: Nominations must be submitted to APTA by December 1st.
FIND OUT MORE: APTA Honors & Awards
WHAT: This page is dedicated to recognize MPTA members who have received awards and honors in the PT and PTA fields in their communities.
HOW: If you have received an honor or award, or know of a member who has received an honor or award, please send the recipients award information to email@example.com
FIND OUT MORE: MPTA Members in Action
The MPTA would not be what it is today without all of the hard work and time Past Presidents have dedicated to the association and PT/PTA professions. We would like to thank you for your past service and your continued contributions to our professional community.
FIND OUT MORE: MPTA Past Presidents
Helen May Bradley, known to us as the first Physical Therapist in Missouri, answered a call to serve her country as a reconstruction aide during the First World War. She kept a very detailed scrapbook of her experience as a Reconstruction Aide. Her original album was found and purchased at an antique shop in Smithville, Missouri by William (Bill) Dunn, PT, a Missouri Chapter member. Joan Mills and the History and Archives Committee reconstructed the scrapbook and brought it to every chapter meeting for members to enjoy. The Committee is happy to announce that the scrapbook is now available online.
FIND OUT MORE: Helen May Bradley Scrapbook