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· 2021 Virtual Spring Conference Course Catalog . The course catalog includes full course descriptions and speaker information for all presentations. When registering for the conference online all APTA MO members must be signed in on the APTA MO (MPTA) website in order to receive member registration prices. If you are a member and have not ...
COURSE CATALOG MPTA Spring Conference – April 17-19, 2021 FRIDAY, APRIL 17 Title of presentation “Transformative Exercise for People with Disabilities: Restore, Improve, Prevent” Presenters: Tricia H. Creel, PT, DPT, Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist; Elissa C. Held Bradford, PT, PhD, MSCS, Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist
The APTA Michigan is a professional organization representing physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students who have joined together to assure that high ethical professional standards are maintained and that quality health care in the areas of prevention, education and rehabilitation of movement dysfunction and wellness are received for all consumers in the state of Michigan.
The 2021 APTA MO (formerly MPTA) Spring Conference will be offered virtually via Zoom on April 16-18, 2021. We cannot host our usual vender/exhibitor reception, but we CAN help promote your goods and services to our members! In fact, we are offering a promotion we have never offered before:
Great APTA MI Spring Conference & Pain Summit opportunities on March 27, 2021! ... Plan to attend the APTA MI Spring Conference & Pain Summit! This is the annual event to network and learn amoung our top students! Exhibitor Online Registration!
Pain Summit and Spring Conference Schedule . Saturday March 27, 2021 – 5 contact hours/5 PDR credits . $50 members/$85 non-members . Start End . Pain Summit Conference 8:30 10:00 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: Interventions to Increase Occupational Performance Sarah Johnson, OTRL Healthy and Fast: Treating Young