Qualiteam exhibits at the biggest physical therapy meeting in the US
From February 15th to 18th we'll be attending the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sessions Meeting (APTA CSM).
The venue is the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX.
This will be our first time at this meeting and we are exited to interact with so many physical therapy professionals all in one place.
As they state on the CSM web page:
"This is going to be BIG! Everything is bigger in Texas – join more than 11,000 professionals for the biggest conference on physical therapy in the country."
Furthermore, an important educational session is taking place with 3 prominent leaders in their field:
Dr. Doa El-Ansary, Dr. Laurence Cahalin and Dr. Jenny Adams.
They will be discussing evidence-based practice for patients after sternotomy procedures, and Dr. El-Ansary will include her excellent experience with the use of QualiBreath.
The session takes place Thursday, Feb. 16, from 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio Room: Texas Salon F.
We cant wait to show all our postoperative care products at our booth #2548.
If your are planning to attend we would love to meet you there.
If you'd like to get an in depth session about our products you can schedule an individual meeting with us and we will be happy to invite you to our booth and present our products to you. Simply fill out the form here below and we'll get in touch with you.
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