Manual Therapy Continuing Education Conference, Feb. 7-13, 2017
Marina Village Conference Center, 1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA, 92109
Workshops: Ben Cormack (Feb.7), Peter O'Sullivan (Feb. 8&9), Bronnie Thompson (Feb. 12&13)
Conference presentations: Feb. 10 & 11
The San Diego Pain Summit is an international professional manual therapy conference like no other, not only providing up-to-the-minute research in pain science but also guiding participants in how to think critically as new research becomes available. The goal of this continuing education conference is to empower therapists to continue effectively treating people in pain in their clinical practice with a solid knowledge base and theoretical frameworks.
Attendees will walk away with a wealth of pain science research knowledge and clinical applications without being dependent on a specific modality or treatment protocol.
Prior keynote speakers: Professor Lorimer Moseley (2015), Dr. Robert Saposlky (2016), and, in 2017, Professor Peter O'Sullivan. Order and watch the videos to prior conference events here.
The sense of community is another key reason people attend the Summit, and the value of community is fostered and strengthened throughout the Summit through the casual Networking Event, during breaks, and in the hands-on workshops.
The San Diego Pain Summit is where professional manual therapists from around the world come together in an inspirational way to share thoughts and ideas for the common purpose of learning how to improve the lives of their patients.
Venue has limited seating!
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Location: Marina Village Conference Center, 1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA, 92109
Venue Map. All workshops & Networking Event (free event) will be held in the Coral Room.
Conference presentations are in Captain's Room.