|Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Medtrade 2018 Expo
Medtrade is the largest event in the US dedicated to HME products. Product categories at Medtrade include Aids to Daily Living, Bathroom Safety, Compression, Orthopedic & Orthotic, Rehab, Walkers & Walking Aids, Wheelchairs & Scooters, and more! Visit with 320+ exhibitors and find new products to recommend to your patients. PTAG members can register for a free expo pass at medtrade.com. Use code APTAGA, not valid for manufacturers.
Start Date: 10-16-2018
End Date: 10-17-2018
Event Location/Facility: Georgia World Congress Center
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|Saturday, October 20, 2018
Neurology Network's 3rd Annual Neurology Rehabilitation Symposium
|Sat., October 20, 2018
3200 Downwood Circle
Atlanta, GA 30327
|This half-day event will provide an update by some of the professions leading individuals on current topics in neurologic physical therapy. This symposium was designed as a benefit to PTAG members and potential members to provide updates on current trends in neurologic rehabilitation. Don't miss this opportunity to network with other like-minded professionals!
- Mary T. Thigpen PT, PhD: Applied Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology When Looking at Vestibular Disorders
- Jeffrey Hoder PT, DPT, NCS: Central Vestibular Dysfunction: This stuff makes my head spin! A case-based approach to the management of individuals with CVD.
- Matt Abisamra OTR/L, CDRS: Driving Assessments for Cognitively Impaired Client
|7:50am - 8:20am | Registration & Breakfast
8:20am - 12:00pm | Sessions
12:00pm - 1:00pm | Lunch
|Earn up to 3.50 continuing competency hours
|For More Information:
| Contact Neurology Network Chair: Melissa Bloom
|Online registration closes on Monday, October 15, 2018
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|Saturday, November 03, 2018
Introduction to Animal Rehabilitation
Day one will cover basic anatomy of the dog as it relates to normal function and rehabilitation. Heavy with live dog, hands-on techniques, the lab portion will constitute orthopeduc and neurological evaluation of the dog, as well as surface palpation. Day two is more intermediate in content covering the topics of canine neurologic rehabilitation and manual therapy techniques with a focus on the sporting dog. In additional, physical therapy evaluation and assessment of the equestrian and equine athletes related to biomechanical interplay and sports performance will be discussed.
Start Date: 11-03-2018
End Date: 11-04-2018
University of North Georgia, Dahlonega, GA
Department of Physical Therapy, HNS 468
Dahlonega, GA 30597
For more information contact: Stevan Allen - email:email@example.com