Physio Dubai 2012 – 20/21 May – Dubai

Following the great success of Physio Dubai 2010, the Emirates Physiotherapy Society is proud to announce the 4th Biennial Emirates Physiotherapy Conference, Physio Dubai 2012. The conference will focus on presenting the latest scientific knowledge in various aspects of physiotherapy practice related to movement dysfunction.

Conference objectives:

  1. To contribute to the professional development of physiotherapists by bringing together experts to share their knowledge and research findings.
  2. To provide an opportunity for local physiotherapists to expand collaborative networks for learning regionally and internationally.
  3. To identify and describe current evidence – based practice in physiotherapy management.
  4. To highlight the role of multidisciplinary approach in the physiotherapy practice.
  5. To provide a forum for presenting and sharing knowledge and ideas at an academic, conceptual and clinical level.

Content:

The conference will be comprised of keynote lectures, free paper sessions, poster presentations, breakout clinical workshops and pre/ post conference courses. The official language of the conference is English.

Program Highlights:

  1. New models of service delivery for stroke management
  2. Physiotherapy for Men’s health
  3. Update on international professional issues in physiotherapy
  4. Physiotherapy management for the sporting shoulder, foot and ankle
  5. Prevention and rehabilitation of hamstring injuries
  6. Latest evidence in the practical application of clinical neurodynamics

Tutor: Emirates Physiotherapy Society

Date: 20-21 May 2012

Duration: 4 days program

Cost: conference & courses rate are on www.physiodubai.com

Venue: Emirates Towers hotel

Location: Dubai – UAE

Contact Name: MCI

Contact Phone: –

Contact Email: [email protected]

Web Link to Course: www.physiodubai.com

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