Happy Physical Therapy Month!

Happy Physical Therapy Month!

National Physical Therapy Month

October is National Physical Therapy (PT) Month. On behalf of Sunrise Medical, I would like to say “Thank you” to all of the physical therapists and physical therapy assistants for improving the lives of your clients on a daily basis.

In order to make PT month special, we have come up with the following suggestions to celebrate and bring awareness to the fantastic work you do:

1. Host a lunch and learn

Invite all of the clinicians in your department together to eat lunch and increase their knowledge. Don’t have time to create educational content? No worries, check-out the FREE on-demand educational webinars at www.sunrisemedicaleducation.com or call your local Sunrise Medical Account Manager to request a product in-service.

2. Promote your work via social media

Take pictures of you and your teammates demonstrating #PTmonth in action and post it to your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. accounts. Don’t forget to tag us on social media so we can join in the celebration with you!


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Always remember at the end of the day, your client is your number one priority!
- Angie

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Posted by: Date: 10/6/2014 12:00:00 AM
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