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Staying on top

Michael Hansen, MPT, ATC, OCS, Lyle McClune, MPT, ATC, OCS, Marci Peterson, MPT, OCS, Erik Dilling, PT, OCS, Mandy Cafmeyer, DPT, OCS, Kit Cammack, DPT, OCS, ATRIC, Carmen Dooley, PTA, Joe Marcoux, PTA and Stepahanie Purcell, PTA of Biosports Physical Therapy completed a “Manual Therapy/Clinical Reasoning and Skill Acquisition” course on the lumbar spine sacral iliac joint, presented by Kent Keyser, PT, MS, OCS, COMT, CFMt, FAAOMPT of Eugene, Ore. The course was held Sept. 20-22 at Biosports in Wenatchee.

Kamille Cummings of Cashmere, has earned her Instructor Certification through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) International. She is employed at Alatheia Riding Center in Wenatchee as a certified instructor and works with children and adults in a therapeutic riding program.

Congratulations

Lisa St. Claire, dental assistant, was named Dr. Cara’s Children’s Dentistry’s Employee of the Quarter for the third quarter.

The Board of Directors of Chelan Douglas Volunteer Attorney Services (VAS) has announced its officers for 2013-2014. President is Christina Davitt of Davitt Law Group PLLC, Vice-President is David Bentsen of Speidel Law Firm and Treasurer is Bryan Maroney of Davis Arneil LLP.

Reach Nancy McMinn at 509-661-6391 or .

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