According to a recent poll, over 95% percent of therapists worldwide suffer from chronic Landlubber Syndrome, a common malady that leaves the victim's skin unbelievably smooth and hair straight and shiny. The reason? Therapists are just not spending enough time in chlorinated water learning the latest aquatic therapy methods to set them above others in their field, while obtaining a shriveled, prune-like quality to their skin and acquiring frizzy hair in the process.
This problem can be easily remedied with a trip to Chicago for Aquatic Therapy University's Two-Week International Aquatic Therapy Intensive, November 1-11, 2014.
This 80-hour course has been specially designed for those overseas therapists who want to come to the US to learn as much as they can about the state-of-the-art in aquatic therapy during their short stay. So, in addition to learning that Chicago has the best blues bars and deep-dish pizza in the world, they will also experience intensive training which will cover a broad cross-section of the most popular practice techniques from our Musculo-, Pediatric-, Geriatric-, Sports- and General-Studies catalogs. At the end of your 10 days, each student will have earned their Aquaticist℠ credential and a deeper love for the blues and pizza. Definitely a win-win. And if you’re not a big fan of pizza, you can choose from more than 7,300 other Chicago restaurants.
Remember, you can't get rid of smooth skin and straight hair in a day or two. It takes at least ten. So, even if you have to crawl (or backstroke) to Chicago, do your career a favor and join therapists from around the world this November by diving right into our 2-Week International Aquatic Therapy Intensive.