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APTAMD Annual Conference November 11-12

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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.

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Lead and Learn Nights in 2017

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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 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 

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            

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.