Education & Events

APTAMD & DCPTA
Annual Conference

November 11-12

 
Earlybird Ends August 31st

APTA and APTA of Maryland Upcoming Events

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Course: Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen 1; Organ Specific Fascial Mobilization (VM1)
Date: September 14-17, 2017
Location: Baltimore, MD

Description: An integrative approach to evaluation/treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunction requires assessment of structural relationships between viscera, and their fascial/ligamentous attachments to the musculoskeletal system. This is taught in Visceral Manipulation 1. All viscera have physiological motion that relates to normal pain-free movement; so knowledge of these relationships and anatomy involved are essential to see patients within an integrated framework. An integrated approach also requires attention to mechanical relationships between the cranium/spine hard frame to the dura/neural elements.

For more information:www.barralinstitute.com
 

Lead and Learn Nights in 2017

Register Today!

Join your colleagues as they lead you in a one hour monthly discussion to motivate, inspire and inform you. 

Who should attend? Everyone! This is free for members and $10 for non members. $5 for non member students. 

Become a Host - email aptamd@aptamd.org and let us know your topic and if you have a venue in mind and we will do the rest.

Submit topics for an upcoming Lead and Learn Night by emailing us at  
aptamd@aptamd.org. 

OPEN to Everyone!
6:00-7:00 pm Class
7:00-7:30 pm Networking
Free for Members | $15 for Non Members


APTAMD PT Night Out            

Join your district for APTAMD Physical Therapy Night Out!

Tuesdays in October from 6:30-8:30 pm.

The mission of PT Night Out is to bring the physical therapy community together to build relationships that transform society.

Our Vision PT Night Out will serve as a repeating opportunity to connect and mobilize physical therapists, assistants and students across Maryland and will develop to become the official social gathering of the Chapter.

Our Goals

  • Bring people together in their local communities to build lasting relationships rooted in the APTA
  • Discuss issues, interests and pressures within the physical therapy profession that attendees are facing
  • Take action on these issues by mobilizing attendees within and across sites to create real-world change in the areas of shared interest
  • Develop leaders and leadership skills through right-sized involvement that increases connection and engagement in APTAMD over time

Who's invited? 
Members – yes 
Non-members and other PTs, PTAs – yes! 
Students of PT and PTA - absolutely!

Experience the power of candid conversation at APTAMD PT Night

Each member of the Chapter is a part of a district within the state of Maryland: Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western. Each district holds a minimum of 2 meetings per year including: educational events, networking sessions, social events, special activities for PT month, etc