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- The Fifth Biennial Emirates Physiotherapy Conference: Physio Dubai 2016, which is going to take place at the Emirates Towers / Dubai on 19th – 20th May 2016.
Physio Dubai 2016 will bring world-class researchers and clinicians to disseminate their knowledge and experience in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Physio Dubai 2016 is a platform aiming at bridging the gap between practice and research by providing the latest in the growing body of knowledge and research in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. The workshops that will be organized along the scientific program of the conference shall complement the knowledge gained by learning new skills and clinical applications.
1 Identify the latest developments in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy practice.
2 Provide an opportunity for local/ regional physiotherapists to learn new clinical skills and application.
3 Identify and describe current evidence – based practice in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
4 Provide a forum for presenting and sharing knowledge and ideas at an academic, conceptual and clinical level.
5 Exhibit the latest equipment and technology in the physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
The conference will be comprised of keynote lectures, free paper sessions, poster presentations, and pre/ post conference courses. The official language of the conference is English. An exhibition shall be organized along the conference onsite.
Physio Dubai 2016 offers you a wealth of professional development, and networking opportunities that you shouldn’t miss. It brings you world known experts and scientists in the fields of:
The growing scope of physiotherapy internationally
Understanding and the management of pain.
Updates on low back pain. Management and obstacles
Fascial behavior, and fascial manipulation.
Updates on the shoulder management.
Updates on cervical radiculopathy.
Who Should Attend:
Other Medical Specialties
Rehabilitation & Health Care Professionals
Neurologists & Neurosurgeons
Medical Insurance Representatives