Do You Want a Fresh Learning Opportunity and are Going to WCPT Congress? Check This Out…

WCPT Congress South Africa 2017

The pre- and post-congress courses are an optional element that are open to delegates who register to attend at least one day of the main congress and they carry a separate fee. A variety of half and one day courses are being offered on the day preceding congress, 1st July 2017, and the day following congress, 5th July 2017.

Pre- and post-congress courses  are selling fast so make sure you add one to your registration so you don’t miss out. The courses have a focus on applied knowledge and skills and are designed to complement the main scientific programme. They offer the delegate the chance to explore issues in depth and gain practical experience alongside some specialty leaders.

Courses offered include the following topics:

Collaborative practice
Paediatrics: clubfoot
Diagnostic ultrasound
Paediatrics: critical care
Dizziness
Paediatrics: early intervention
Exercise & ergonomics
Pain: central sensitisation
Exercise: lung cancer
Pain: osteoarthritis
Exercise: older adults
Women’s health: LBP
Leadership & advocacy

Where else will you find the same collection of physiotherapy minds from around the world. Make sure you don’t miss out as these course are unique events unavailable elsewhere.

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bettydroche

My interest in health and fitness started at a young age. Even though I had been educated and trained as an engineer in Europe I always want to follow my passion. I have made some guest appearances on a health educational program TV in Europe and, this experience, has made me follow my passion of sharing wellness information with others.

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