Physical Therapists Discuss the Role of Diagnostic Testing in the Physical Therapy Profession

The 4th Annual Symposium of Hands-On Diagnostics gives the opportunity to Physical Therapists to discuss the future of the Physical Therapy profession with use of advanced diagnostic technologies.

Physical Therapist performing nerve conduction test

Physical Therapists from 17 different states and over a hundred facilities gather this weekend in New York to attend the 4th Annual Symposium of Hands-On Diagnostics.

These are some of the country’s most elite and successful private practice Physical Therapy owners along with their key staff members who will descend in the Big Apple to learn more cutting-edge information about the new paradigm in physical therapy practice. This paradigm includes the utilization of diagnostic testing, like electromyography, nerve conduction studies, musculoskeletal ultrasound and others. These testing technologies enable the physical therapist to obtain more accurate information about the patient's condition and create more effective and more efficient treatment plans for their patients.

During presentations, lab practice sessions, mastermind meetings and roundtables these therapists will discover ways to take their practice to the next level through new clinical skill acquisition, marketing tools, revenue opportunities, and new business strategies.

In addition to the Symposium, Hands-On Diagnostics will also be hosting the Private Practice Summit. This is a 1-day event (held on Sept. 23rd, 2017) for Physical Therapists, new to the diagnostic field who want a deep-dive into the world of diagnostics.  Both events will be held at the Four Points By Sheraton (2705 39th Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101).

Source: Hands-On Diagnostics

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