APTA's NEXT Conference & Exposition 2018

2018-06-27 - 2018-06-30
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APTA's NEXT Conference and Exposition is the only conference that offers diverse, forward-thinking programming that features interactive sessions where you can engage directly with the profession's forward thinkers and experts.

Trending topics:
  • A Head Case: Injury to Integration
  • Beyond #ChoosePT: Physical Therapy and the Opioid Crisis
  • Emerging Issues in Payment
  • Integrating the Movement System Into Practice
  • Medical Screening
  • Mentoring our Future
  • Off the Plinth and on the Field: Progressing the Young Athlete
  • Pains, Brains, and Strains
  • Rural Rehabilitation Services
  • Translating Evidence into Practice

Experience this and more when you plan to attend the 2018 NEXT Conference and Exposition

Attendee information

New for 2018:
Keep in mind that educational sessions begin Wednesday, June 27 at 4:00 pm. You won't want to miss the first session on crisis recovery and emergency management where we hear from PT and PTA volunteers who are on-hand during emergencies in Orlando and Texas this year.  

Exhibitor information

NEXT Conference and Exposition delivers nearly 2,000 physical therapy professionals - the most influential and forward thinking decision makers, providing you the opportunity to have a profound effect on the purchasing decisions of the profession's highest echelon of practitioners. Most are full-time clinical supervisors, staff, or faculty who have been practicing an average of 15 years.

Future dates


June 12-15, 2019 - Chicago, IL

Partner Voices

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