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Senator Paul holds round table at Orthodyne Physical Therapy

By Jeff Buis

US Senator Rand Paul recently held a healthcare round table discussion at Orthodyne Physical Therapy in Campbellsville. The Senator shared his ideas about Association Health Plans as well as fielding questions from participants. Kyle Salsbury PT DPT noted that the Therapy Cap needed repealed in order to provide quality care to medicare recipients. Jeff Buis, PTA shared with the Senator how the American Physical Therapy Association's #ChoosePT initiative is making a difference in the battle against the opioid crisis in Kentucky and nationally.



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Senator Paul holds round table at Orthodyne PT



2017-08-30 - Orthodyne Physical Therapy, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Jeff Buis.
US Senator Rand Paul recently held a healthcare round table discussion at Orthodyne Physical Therapy in Campbellsville. The Senator shared his ideas about Association Health Plans as well as fielding questions from participants. Kyle Salsbury PT DPT noted that the Therapy Cap needed repealed in order to provide quality care to medicare recipients. Jeff Buis, PTA shared with the Senator how the American Physical Therapy Association's #ChoosePT initiative is making a difference in the battle against the opioid crisis in Kentucky and nationally. From left: Jeff Buis, PTA, US Senator Rand Paul, Kyle Salsbury, PT DPT; Peggy Moore, Office Manager; and Megan Yancey, PTA - Jeff Buis

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