2022 APTA Colorado Elections

The 2022 APTA Colorado Board elections are NOW OPEN and will conclude at 9:00am MT Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the annual conference. The results will be announced during the conference and online. Only CURRENT APTA Colorado Chapter PT & PTA Members are eligible to vote and will only be allowed to cast one ballot. The Nominating Committee has selected nine candidates to fill the following positions:

  • Treasurer (2 Year Term)
  • Director at Large - Finance Director (2 Year Term)
  • Delegate at Large (2 Year Term)
View 2022 Slate of Candidates


2022 APTA Colorado Bob Doctor Fundraiser: Virtual 5K Run/Walk/Roll for Physical Therapy

When: Wednesday, September 28 - Sunday, October 9
The Bob Doctor Fundraiser is APTA CO's annual fundraiser done to honor the legacy of Bob Doctor and to raise support for the Colorado Chapter’s legislative advocacy activities. In addition to raising funds to support advocacy activities, proceeds of this event will also raise funds for scholarships given by the APTA CO Chapter. This year we will be holding a virtual 5K run/walk/roll fundraiser for all individuals throughout the state of CO to participate in! You will have from Wednesday September 28th through Sunday October 9th to complete the virtual 5K in your neighborhood, local park, gym, or wherever space you can think of!

You can either participate in a team or as an individual! The team who fundraises the most money will receive the Bob Doctor Trophy, and can display it in their clinic or school for the entire year.

More Info & Registration

Donate to Colorado Physical Therapy PAC

We appreciate your donation to the Colorado PT PAC!

The Colorado Physical Therapy PAC is an affiliate organization of the American Physical Therapy Association Colorado Chapter. It is dedicated to raising money to support the campaigns of political candidates. Participating in the Colorado PT PAC creates a way for individuals to collectively support candidates of both political parties who have demonstrated a willingness to consider and support our agenda.

As a reminder, this donation is not deductible as a charitable or business expense. Also, the donor must not be reimbursed for the expense by their employer, school, or other entity, nor may the donor be a business. Per Colorado law, individuals may contribute a maximum of $575 per House of Representatives election cycle (2 years). There is no minimum donation level.

Colorado is a Direct Access State

Colorado is a direct access state, which means that obtaining a referral by a physician or other health care provider for physical therapy treatment is not necessary in order to receive care from a licensed physical therapist. (Colorado Dept. of Regulatory Agencies, State Physical Therapy Board)

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