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NATA offers a range of social media outlets to help you stay updated on the most recent AT news and network with your fellow ATs. You can follow us on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook or join our group on LinkedIn. We also recently set up additional groups on LinkedIn as part of our new targeted communications initiative. Another way to get involved is through the Volunteer Resource Center. NATA is currently looking for new volunteers to serve as liaisons to organizations that work with us and support our mission. Applications close next week (July 24).
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Liberty Mutual Discount For NATA Members
As a NATA member, you could receive exclusive savings on Liberty Mutual Renter's Insurance.1 Liberty Mutual offers personalized coverage, Multi-Policy Discounts, 24-Hour Claims Assistance and more. Liberty Mutual is trusted countrywide for quality coverage and exceptional service. Click for a free quote!

1Discounts and savings are available where state laws and regulations allow, and may vary by state. Certain discounts apply to specific coverages only. To the extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not all applicants may qualify. Please consult a Liberty Mutual sales representative for additional information.

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EBP Webinar in September
Michael Higgins PhD, ATC, PT, will present "Evidence Based Use of Lumbar Spine Mobilization Techniques" at 11 a.m. CT on Sept. 23. At the conclusion of this presentation, the learner will be able to:
  • Describe the methodology of developing a clinical prediction rule
  • Interpret findings of an evaluation based on clinical prediction rules to select patients that are most likely to benefit from spinal manual therapy techniques and/or lumbar stabilization exercises
  • Recognize variables in patients with lumbar pain that may indicate a positive outcome utilizing CPRs
  • Incorporate spinal manual therapy techniques into clinical practice
  • Incorporate lumbar stabilization exercises into clinical practice

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