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Thee Digital Launched Our New WordPress Site

TheeDigital Launched Our New WordPress Website!

We wanted to take the opportunity to welcome you to our brand new WordPress website, created by the award-winning website design and digital marketing agency, TheeDigital. Our goal was to provide our website visitors and clients with an aesthetic and modern website that more accurately represents our company. Just as important, we wanted to make sure it was […]

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Allied Health Education

Allied Health Education’s New Website Features

Allied Health Education is pleased to have launched their brand new website that we hope will provide our customers with an enhanced continuing education experience.  So the natural question that you may be asking is “What’s different?”  We are glad you asked! The new site will be easier to navigate, search for courses that you […]

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This was my first live webinar & would definitely do it again. Very convenient & informative.

Stephanie O., PT
North Carolina

My second webinar completed through Allied Health. Both were excellent in terms of content and presentation!

Justin S., PT
Florida

I appreciate the value of Allied Health Education - timely topics, concise and applicable to put into practice immediately.

John S., PT
Oklahoma

Great job. This was my first webinar and I enjoyed it.

Jennifer D., OTA
Texas

This is a great way to get CEU's!

Mary K., OT
Texas

Webinar was very professional and highly educational.

Morgan H., ATC
Florida

Very informative webinar. Practical information which can easily be practiced in the clinic

Lisa Y., PT
Illinois

Great course. Will take more with your company!

Marissa D., PT
New York

This was my first webinar and the presentation and Q&A opportunities were excellent.

Elizabeth M., PTA
Ohio

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