The sixth annual “Manipalooza,” a 3-day hands-on learning festival hosted recently by Evidence in Motion, attracted more than 160 physical therapy students and more than 30 faculty.

Held April 22-24 at the University of Colorado-Denver, the event offered opportunities for participants to discuss the latest topics and demonstrate the latest techniques in the physical therapy field, according to a media release from Louisville, Ky-headquartered Evidence in Motion.

The opportunities for hands-on learning included: manipulation, soft tissue techniques, pain management strategies, sports physical therapy, and practice management for physical therapists.

Presentation topics, according to the release, included: Advanced Integrative Management of the Hip Region, Advanced Manual Therapy of the Foot & Ankle, Concussion Leadership Physical Therapy, Teaching Patients About Pain, and Integrating Neural Dynamics in Lower Extremity Management.

For more information about Manipalooza 2017, visit Evidence in Motion.

[Source(s): Evidence in Motion, PRWeb]