We have some FANTASTIC news to share!
Please join us in congratulating senior faculty member, Dr. Joe Farrell, for being selected as a 2015 Catherine Worthingham Fellow (FAPTA) by the American Physical Therapy Association!
The FAPTA designation is the highest honor conferred by the APTA, recognizing individuals for professional excellence and making a profound impact in advancing the profession. Dr. Farrell was selected for advancing the profession through leadership, influence, and achievements throughout his distinguished career.
Dr. Farrell’s influence in the profession as a clinician, teacher, researcher and advocate spans over 35 years. He is recognized as one of the pioneers of evidence-based treatment in orthopedics and manual therapy in the U.S. and played a critical role in the development and promotion of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT), where he was a founding fellow and first president. He has been on faculty at the Kaiser Hayward PT Fellowship faculty since 1984 and runs his own successful private practice. Dr. Farrell has been honored for his contributions to the profession on numerous occasions, including most recently as the 2015 Distinguished Lecturer Award from the AAOMPT and will be presenting this lecture at the upcoming AAOMPT Conference in Louisville.
Let’s give a great big round of applause for a true PT leader! Congrats, Joe!