APTA's NEXT 2019 offers diverse, forward-thinking programming. Engage through interactive sessions featuring the some of the profession's best and brightest.
Join us in the beautiful city of Chicago June 12-15, 2019.
Here's a sneak peek into what you will experience:
Curtains Up on Exceptional Programming
- Experience Zone with hands-on technology demonstrations
- What Would You Do? Case study presentations with audience polling
- Two preconference courses for additional educational opportunities
Play Your Role in the Future of Physical Therapy
- First-Timers' Event – Navigating the Conference
- Welcome Reception and Opening Event with an inspiring Keynote Speaker
- Networking coffees
- Research presentations
- Exhibit Hall packed with products and services
Experience all of this and more when you attend NEXT 2019. Register today!
Chapter Office - 3510 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI
Marquette University, Milwaukee
Two full days of courses centered around pain mechanisms and treatment, pain education and motivational interviewing.
More details coming soon!
Location: Madison Marriott West, Middleton
The Board of Directors meeting will take place at the conclusion of WPTA Fall Conference at the Madison Marriott West, Middleton, WI
NSC 2019 will be held Thursday, October 31-Saturday, November 2, 2019 in Albuquerque, New Mexico!
At National Student Conclave (NSC), network with other PT and PTA peers, professionals, and APTA leaders while attending educational sessions specifically designed to prepare you for your physical therapy career. NSC is the only APTA national conference that’s planned for students, by students, giving you the opportunity to discover, grow, and transform with APTA. At NSC you will have the chance to:
DISCOVER Learn from industry leaders by attending the preconference session and 4 of our education sessions.
GROW Network with peers, professionals, and APTA leaders during the conference and at special events such as PT Pub Night and PT PAC Late Night.
TRANSFORM Participate in community service projects.
For more information visit www.apta.org/NSC/Overview