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EIM Faculty Presenting at 2013 AAOMPT Conference

  • Wednesday, October 16 – Sunday, October 20, 2013
  • Cincinnati, Ohio

Evidence in Motion (EIM) is set to have a large presence at the upcoming American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) conference, which will take place October 16-20th, 2013 in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition to a booth that will host four giveaways, ten of EIM’s faculty members will speak throughout the five-day conference.

EIM will be giving attendees an opportunity to win a prize after stopping by their booth during the conference. Any attendee inquiring about EIM programs will be entered to win one of the following:

  • EIM Learning Academy Musculoskeletal System Package ($400 Value)http://www.evidenceinmotion.com/learning-academy/
  • Manipalooza – Participant spot at May 17-19, 2014 event in Denver, CO (Worth 24 Contact Hours and $750 Value)  Manipalooza is a three-day festival of hands on learning in manipulation, soft tissue techniques, pain management strategies, sports PT, and practice management. Participants will learn the most cutting edge techniques from experts in the PT field.  http://www.manipalooza.com
  • One-year subscription to the online EIM Journal Club ($200 Value) http://www.evidenceinmotion.com/journal-club
  • Amazing Customer Service and Called to Care Online, Self-paced Courses  (Worth 21 Contact Hours and $448 Value)

Attendees of the conference are encouraged to stop by the EIM booth to fill out an information card or leave their business card to enter the four drawings. However, they must also ask a question about one of EIM’s programs to enter. Winners can pick up a voucher for their prize at the conference.

Those interested in attending the 2014 AAOMPT Conference can register athttp://www.aaompt.org/education/conference13/index.cfm. The conference costs $540 for members and $750 for non-members.

See below for a full list of EIM Faculty Presenters and Presentation Topics.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013:

  •     8am – 5pm: Bob Boyles, Josh Cleland, and Paul Mintken

Integrated Manual Therapy and Exercise for the Cervicothoracic spine and Shoulder: A Regional Interdependence Approach

 

Thursday, October 17, 2013

  •     8am – 5pm: Jack Miller

The Three Pillars of the Mulligan Concept – Why: Clinical Research – When: Clinical Reasoning – How: Clinical Skill

  •     8am – 5pm: Bob Boyles, Josh Cleland, and Paul Mintken

Integrated Manual Therapy and Exercise for the Cervicothoracic spine and Shoulder: A Regional Interdependence Approach

 

Friday, October 18, 2013

  •     4:10pm – 4:55: Tim Flynn

Management of Thoracic, Lumbar and Pelvic Conditions: Case Based Discussion Demonstration

  •     4:55 pm – 5:55: Tim Flynn

Panel Discussion: The Value of Philosophical Frameworks

 

Saturday, October 19,2013

  •     2pm – 3: Eric Robertson and Britt Smith

The Evolution of Expertise as an Evidence-Informed Practitioner

  •     2pm – 3: Jack Miller

The Three Pillars of the Mulligan Concept – Why: Clinical Research – When: Clinical Reasoning – How: Clinical Skill

  •     3pm – 4: Brenda Boucher

Manual Therapy for the Cervical Spine in the Pediatric Population: What Do We Need to Know?

  •     3pm – 4: Mike Ross

Defining Value in Physical Therapy — The Case for Early Physical Therapist Intervention: Matching the Evidence with Practice Integrity and Patient Expectations

 

Sunday, October 20, 2013

  •     8:15am – 9:15: Bob Boyles, Josh Cleland, and Paul Mintken

Integrated Manual Therapy and Exercise for the Cervical Spine and Shoulder: A Regional Interdependence Approach

  •     8:15am – 9:15: Brenda Boucher

Manual Therapy for the Cervical Spine in the Pediatric Population: What do we need to know?

  •     9:15am – 10:15: Bob Boyles, Josh Cleland, and Paul Mintken

Integrated Manual Therapy and Exercise for the Cervical Spine and Shoulder: A Regional Interdependence Approach

  •     9:15am – 10:15: Eric Robertson and Britt Smith

The Evolution of Expertise as an Evidence-Informed Practitioner

  •     11:15am – 12:15pm: Jack Miller

The Three Pillars of the Mulligan Concept – Why: Clinical Research – When: Clinical Reasoning – How: Clinical Skill

  •     11:15am – 12:15pm: Mike Ross

Defining Value in Physical Therapy — The Case for Early Physical Therapist Intervention: Matching the Evidence with Practice Integrity and Patient Expectations

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