The DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness at St. Francis University in Loretto, Pa, will conduct its annual DiSepio Symposium Series on May 16 to 17. A news report from The Tribune-Democrat indicates that the event is part of a series of seminars dedicated to trends in research, innovative therapeutic strategies, and cutting-edge programming in health and wellness. The event aims to offer education and continuing education credits to different disciplines, including physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
According to the Tribune-Democrat news report, on May 16, the fifth annual Athletic and Orthopaedic Health and Wellness Symposium will feature a guest speaker followed by sessions that will allow participants to choose topics relevant to their area of clinical practice. On May 17, the topic will be “Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for Thoracic Spine Pain,” and this second day will target physical therapists only.
Registration to attend either day of the educational symposium will be due May 9. The Tribune-Democrat news report notes that a discount rate of $250 for both sessions applies only for physical therapists. For registration or additional event details, visit www.cermusa.francis.edu/disepiosymposium.
Source: The Tribune-Democrat