Monthly WAEMA Public Policy Committee Meeting
Thank you for your support to amend 2SHB 1039 – Concerning physical therapists performing intramuscular needling!
Your calls to state legislators made a huge difference at the public hearing in the Senate Health Care Committee on March 14th! Over 850 people...
WAEMA Legislative Alert for 2SHB 1039 Concerning physical therapists performing intramuscular needling has a public hearing on Senate Health Care Committee on March 14th at 8 am. We need your help!
Hi All, The “Physical Therapists Dry Needle” bill passed out of the House of Representatives and the Senate Health Care Committee has now scheduled...
UPDATED!! WAEMA Legislative Alert! RE: 2SHB 1039 Concerning physical therapists performing intramuscular needling! Bill passed House of Representatives 93/1 and is moving to Senate Health Care Committee. We need your help!
Hi All, The PT intramuscular or dry needling bill, 2SHB 1039 passed out of the House of Representatives with no requested amendments on Monday with...
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The Washington Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine Association (WAEMA), a volunteer run professional association, is dedicated to the preservation, advancement and practice of Eastern Medicine into the modern healthcare system to uphold rigorous standards for public safety while offering integrated health to the public.
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