The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) reports that physical therapists will have the opportunity to connect with researchers, scientists, and other clinicians regarding the latest advances in regenerative rehab at an upcoming symposium. At the 3rd annual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation, which will be in San Francisco on April 10 to 11, these parties will be able to discuss how tissue engineering and cellular-level therapies can impact rehabilitation.

The APTA news release notes that the conference will feature session topics that include mechanotransduction, advances in the biology of tissue regeneration, rehabilitation engineering and regenerative medicine, and the importance of mechanical stimulation in cellular therapeutics. Presenters will include a wide range of scientists, physical therapists, and physicians, including Steven Wolf, PT, PhD, FAPTA, the APTA 2002 Mary McMillan lecturer.

APTA, a co-sponsor of this event, offers resources on regenerative rehabilitation. For conference registration, visit

Source: APTA