Lu and Venetia attended the annual American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting which was held in San Antonio, Texas, February 15-18. This national conference provides an opportunity for therapist to hear the most current, evidence based treatment strategies, testing tools and new to the market equipment relevant to our practice. Some of the top experts in their field were present and participated through many collaborative panels.
Lu and Venetia attended courses from many different sections to include Neurology, Pediatrics, Sports Medicine and Orthopedics. The following lectures were attended and all information will be shared with the staff through direct in-servicing and practice of new treatment techniques.
Promoting Motor Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Learning from Each Other: Sports and Neurology Sections Discuss Motor Learning
The ACL Injury from A to Z
Mechanical Lifts in Schools: Who? When? Why? What? Where?
Finding the Sweet Spot: Managing Load and Recovery Following Knee Joint Injury
More than a Diagnosis: A Clinician’s Guide to Managing the Injured Runner
Braking Bad: Eccentric Control from Talking to Walking
Hip Instability: Mechanism and Management of the Unstable Hip
Update on Minimalist Footwear
A New Etiology in Ankle Instability
Sports Medicine Secrets: Aberrant Spinal Movements in the Rotational Athlete
Update: The Pediatric and Adolescent Hip
Managing the Recreational Runner from Head to Toe
Update on Hamstring Strain: Mechanisms and Rehab