APTAMA Annual Conference: The Human Movement System

What Past Conference Attendees are Saying

 

“It was a decade since I last attended a state conference because I just didn't feel like I was getting much out of it.  Nor could I find a way to get involved in a meaningful way.  Last fall, however, I decided to try again as I was changing direction in my career path and was looking for a way to network with other therapists and once again, get involved in my professional association.  It was a great experience.  The guest speaker was fantastic, motivating me to want to make a difference.  The salon was also thought provoking and meaningful.  I was able to network in the morning during the registration breakfast, again at lunch before the awards and also while perusing the vendor displays. The whole day felt inclusive and welcoming with lots of opportunities to get involved, but no pressure. “   -Janice Caci PT

 

“Attending the APTA of MA annual conference is way to learn about a variety PT topics in one day, and connect face to face with some of the leaders in our field. This can stimulate our critical thinking, and help us to gain valuable add ins to our practice.” Jessica McManus PT

 

"I attended last year because I think it is incredibly important to be involved in the APTA, especially the APTAMA. Not enough PTs are active members and I want to set a good example for my peers and colleagues, as well as network with those who attend!" -Emily Bliss PT, DPT
 

"I always leave so enthusiatic and ready to put into practice what I learned." -Vanessa Dellham PT

 

"Attending the APTA MA annual conference allowed me to meet and connect with other colleagues who share similar interests in treating patients with neurological impairments.  I was able to further enhance my knowledge on vestibular evaluations and treatments from an expert in the field." -Jessica Allen PT, DPT, NCS

 

"I attend every year and wouldn't miss it. Wide variety of topics from inpatient to outpatient and pediatric to geriatric. An amazing group of nationally recognized presenters." -Tim Dreher PT, private practice owner   

 

"I know that by attending I am going to go back to work and have some new tools in my toolbox the help my patients get better.  By learning some of the most up to date ideas and treatments in our profession I am reminded that I never stop growing and learning as a PT." -Tara Maroney PT, DPT, OCS

 

 "You need to be involved, you need to be active in the PT community and know what's going on in order to provide the best care for you patients. We are a collaborative group, and we need to maximize that." -Emily Bliss PT, DPT