Two attendance options:
IPTA Southwest District members, physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, students.
Continuing Education Session: Dry Needling
IPTA Southwest District Meeting
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Stephanie Kelsick, PT, CSCS, OCS
Rock Valley, Polk City, IA
Stephanie received her Bachelor's degree from Simpson College in 1998 and her Master's in Physical Therapy from The University of Iowa in 2001. She is a member of the Orthopedic and Women's Health sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. She is also a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Stephanie grew up in the North Polk community and now resides in rural Alleman with her husband, two sons, and daughter. She enjoys spending time with her family, running, skiing, gardening, and traveling. She enjoys teaching with the Women's Health Foundation as a Master Trainer for the Total Control™ program and volunteering with her children’s activities and Sunday school.
After personally experiencing physical therapy treatment, Stephanie decided this was the medical career she wanted to pursue. Physical therapy is an evidence driven profession that helps teach people what they can do with their bodies and achieve goals they may not have thought possible.
The most rewarding part of the job for Stephanie is the privilege she feels to be able to work together with people in her community to help them to achieve THEIR goals to return to a healthy lifestyle.
Continuing Education Credit
Certificates of attendance will given for 1.0 continuing education contact hour.
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- 1.00 CE Contact Hour(s)