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The Complete Patient Experience in One Epic Weekend

2 days, 4 workshops, movement, touch, education & networking

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Why?

The CPE  was born out of a conversation between 3 clinicians around education FOR clinicians. Sometimes 2 days of a course with the same instructor can be to much, sometimes 2 days at a conference with only 45 minutes on each subject is not enough.

What’s the SOLUTION???

4 smaller workshops over 4 days of course.

This allows for more subjects, with more teachers in manageable and engaging sessions.

What?

2 days with 4 Workshops alongside a key note and panel discussion

Key Topics

  • Patients lived experiences of pain
  • Touch and manual therapy
  • Movement  & exercise
  • Education

When & Where?

Join us in Arizona in November 2019






THE COMPLETE PATIENT EXPERIENCE

Who is it for?

If you work with people in pain and you educate, move or touch people then these 2 days are going to be for you.

This includes

  • Physical therapists
  • Athletic trainers
  • Chiropractors
  • Osteopaths
  • Massage therapists
  • Personal trainers and fitness coaches


How?

We will be having a keynote session and then you will split into 4 groups. Each group will spend 2 and a half hours on a given subject. Each sessions will aim to be directly clinically applicable, evidence based, practical and most importantly fun and engaging.

We will then get back together for an evening social event (if this floats your boat). Connect with friends or network and make new friends and connections over a couple of well deserved drinks and a bite to eat.


Interested? Sign up Today!

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