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October is National PT Month! ARC Physical Therapy+ is PROUD of our Therapists! We have 15 clinics in Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa! Visit us at www.arcpt.com

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Check out our booth and the Kansas Workers' Compensation Conference! If you're here, come say hi! We will be here today and tomorrow!
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Make a living of giving back and helping others! Go to www.arcpt.com to see a list of our current openings!
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Check out our Clinic Locations!
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Have you ever heard the term, "PRN"? What does that mean anyway?
The initials stand for "pro re nata," a Latin phrase that roughly translates to "as needed" or "as the situation arises."
If you are a Physical Therapist that wants to work part-time or thinking about getting back into the field but don't want a lot of hours we want you! ARC Physical Therapy is looking for a PRN Physical Therapist for our Des Moines, Iowa location! Click the link to apply!
http://www.arcpt.com/wp-content/uploads/PT-Revised-7.19.13.pdf

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Panel Discussion Event June 30th. Visit our website for event details and to RSVP!
http://www.arcpt.com/paneldiscussionevent/
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Happy Red Nose Day from the ARCPT+ corporate office! #rednoseday #changealife
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Are you looking for to advance your physical therapy career? ARC Physical Therapy has a high level leadership role opportunity. Click on the link below to read more about our Regional Director position!

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Nurse Appreciation Week May 6th-May 12th
We would like to extend a huge "Thank You" to all the Nurses!
Do you know any amazing nurses? Share your stories with us! #NursesWeek
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Our CEO Matt Condon shares his advice on being an entrepreneur with the Kansas City Business Journal.
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