Lt. General Michael Nagata, Director, Directorate of Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counterterrorism Center, majored in physical therapy (PT) at Georgia State University but chose a familiar family career path in the U.S. Army. The son of a retired Army colonel, Nagata earned his bachelor’s in PT in 1979, and although he didn’t make… more »
On a gorgeous weekend in late August, 17 students from the Ga. State Physical Therapy program Class of program came to together to catch up on what has been happening in both their personal and professional lives. Many were surprised to find that they were all still working in the health care field and loving… more »
On August 3, thirty physical therapy students were hooded in the final summer Doctor of Physical Therapy hooding ceremony. These graduates make up the Centennial class as they received their degrees during Georgia State University’s 100 year anniversary.
Ross Mason, founder and managing director of HINRI Labs, Inc. gave the students an inspiring keynote message.… more »
Anderson represents more than 7,400 licensed physical therapists and PT assistants in Georgia for all of the association’s communications issues and works with the PTAG board of directors on all association marketing… more »