Have you ever wondered where to start with aquatic therapy? Getting in the pool can be a valuable resource for clinicians in a variety of disciplines, but it can be difficult to integrate a new program. Even for those with existing aquatic therapy programs, knowing how to navigate the world of aquatics can be a challenge.
This October 19th at the World Aquatic Health Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, join Andrea Salzman, ATU’s founder and resident aquatics expert, for an 8-hour intensive course to learn how to justify aquatic therapy. In the class, learn about the medical necessity of aquatic therapy -- then get in the pool for a 4 hour intensive lab to learn hands-on treatments for some of the top populations seen in aquatic therapy.
When you leave, you will be armed with documentation templates, research studies, and a plan for where to start. Justifiable Aquatic Therapy: A Pool-Based Lab Intensive will prepare you with immediately applicable treatment ideas so you can make your practice the best it can be.
This course is appropriate for therapists, managers, fitness trainers, or program directors, and is pre-approved for physical therapists and their assistants for 8.0 credit hours by FSBPT. To learn more, or to register, please visit www.thewahc.org.