APTA Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology & Wound Management
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    Working to Engage, Grow, and Support our Professional and Student Community.

Welcome to the Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management

The Academy  of Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association consisting of approximately 1,000 physical therapy practitioners and students interested in electrophysiology, biophysical agents, wound management, and neuromusculoskeletal ultrasonography.

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OUR MISSION

The mission of the Academy is to optimize patient outcomes by advancing through physical therapy the practice of clinical electrophysiology, biophysical agents, and integumentary/wound management.

The Academy Values
  • Unique and vital components of physical therapist practice
  • A commitment to excellence
  • The collaborative contributions of members including the physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, and student

 

   
The Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology & Wound Management is  joining other APTA components in celebrating APTA's    Centennial and Founder's Day!   Please click the icon above and take a moment to enjoy messages from our Board and  dedicated members!

        

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Information & Opportunities

Membership Has Privileges

Membership has its privileges!

Connect with over 1000 physical therapy practitioners interested in electrophysiology, electrotherapy, biophysical agents, and wound management.

  • Practice-specific online resources
  • Mentoring for specialization in clinical electrophysiology and wound management
  • Special Interests groups for wound management, electrodiagnosis, and biophysical agents
  • Valuable educational information for Students!
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MISSION

The mission of the Academy is to optimize patient outcomes by advancing through physical therapy the practice of clinical electrophysiology, biophysical agents, and integumentary/wound management.