The Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association Partners with MedBridge to Provide Members Online Education

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PPS and MedBridge Partner to Offer Members Online Education Platform to Enhance Quality of Patient Care

The Private Practice Section (PPS) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and MedBridge, the leader in online education for physical therapists, have partnered to deliver an educational platform for PPS members with exclusive pricing.

Through the affinity partnership, PPS members can offer their therapists over one hundred online continuing education courses taught by MedBridge’s faculty of internationally recognized researchers and lecturers. As part of the MedBridge program, PPS members will also have access to patient education tools, education performance analytics for their staff, and a suite of non-clinical curriculum for internal training and business management optimization.

“PPS is widely respected for providing private practice owners with tools to make their businesses successful. This partnership is yet another benefit for PPS members to access the highest-quality content while also lowering costs,” said Justin Kowalchuk, CEO and Founder of MedBridge. “Our streamlined platform will empower practice owners with educational tools for their staff to enhance the overall quality of care provided to patients.”

About PPS
Founded in 1956, PPS champions the success of physical therapist-owned businesses. Our members are leaders and innovators in the health care system. The APTA represents more than 85,000 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students of physical therapy nationwide. For more information, please visit

About MedBridge
MedBridge is the leading provider of evidence-based online education for rehabilitation professionals. MedBridge combines the most sophisticated blended learning platform with cloud-based performance metrics tools and accredited curriculum taught by renowned instructors. Learn more about our dedication to improving patient outcomes through lifelong learning at

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