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CEO Steve Anderson Awarded Robert G. Dicus Service Award

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Therapeutic Associates CEO Stephen Anderson PT, DPT Awarded Robert G. Dicus Award

Washington D.C. – At the American Physical Therapy Association’s Private Practice Section (PPS) annual conference the Robert G. Dicus Award is presented to a PPS member whose contributions to both the section and the national organization have been of exceptional value. This award is the highest honor granted by the Section each year. Robert Dicus was one of the founding members of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Private Practice Section and one of the original founders of TAI back in the early 1950’s. On November 5, 2010 our CEO Steve Anderson PT, DPT was awarded the Robert G. Dicus Award at the annual APTA Private Practice Section meeting.

Steve has spent his entire career with TAI. He graduated from PT school at Northwestern University in 1980. His first staff therapist position was at TAI-Flanders Physical Therapy (now Northwest Portland PT). In 1983 he opened up the first TAI clinic in the state of Washington – West Seattle Physical Therapy. He treated patients and managed the clinic until 1998 when he was chosen by his peers to become the 3rd CEO in TAI’s history. Steve was also the President of PPS from 2002-2008. He continues to advocate on behalf of the Physical Therapy profession locally and nationally in addition to his work as CEO.

Check out Steve’s thoughtful and moving acceptance speech available on the TAI intranet to gain a better understanding of the meaning and magnitude of this award. Steve has worked tirelessly to improve our company and our profession. As a result, TAI is viewed as a leader in the profession of Physical Therapy across the nation.

Bravo, Steve on this incredible honor!

CEO Steve Anderson Awarded Robert G. Dicus Service Award

 


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