Conference/Event Information

 

CONFERENCE INFORMATION

We are pleased to invite you to our latest RMTBC conference as we continue to proactively present continuing education that ensures you are constantly up to date on the cutting edge of research, practice, science and techniques.

In recent years, the RMTBC has hosted several extremely successful conferences with attendees and speakers alike lauding the importance and relativity of these meetings. This track record of delivering and going well beyond expectations includes the sold out 3rd International Fascial Research Congress hosted in 2012 and a Pain Management Conference in 2014. The 2016 Manual Therapy Conference continues this commitment of presenting the very latest and best research and information possible.

Internationally known speakers and practitioners will address the science and practice of manual therapy using safe and effective manipulative and/or movement therapies. Emphasis will be on evidence-based techniques with sound science underpinning theoretical constructs. Two days of keynote speakers, panel discussions and break-out sessions will be followed by one day of intensive workshops.

We expect 400 participants from a very diverse audience of health-care professionals who work mainly in the manual disciplines. The conference will appeal to those who are vitally interested in increasing their knowledge of various therapies by learning of the most recent developments in the field.

 

 

PAST CONFERENCE TESTIMONIALS

“The level of education I have experienced here is far and above anything I have seen in the world.” Jan Dommerholt – Pain Management Conference, 2014

“The caliber, quality and organization are all really quite spectacular. An amazing, stimulating experience.”  Steven Goldstein – International Fascial Research Congress. Vancouver, 2012

 

 

THE CONFERENCE VENUE- THE ANVIL CENTRE

The newly opened Anvil Centre is a state of the art conference facility as well as a modern and vibrant gathering place conveniently located in the historical and cultural district of New Westminster and the geographical centre of Metro Vancouver. The Anvil Centre is ideally located at the New Westminster Skytrain station, with ample parking and excellent amenities.

 

 

ACCOMMODATION

Rooms have been reserved on behalf of participants at the Inn at the Quay which is directly across the street from The Anvil Centre. A special conference rate of $134/night has been negotiated for the Manual Therapy Conference. This rate and room availability are only guaranteed to March 21, 2016. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Bookings can be made by:

Please quote the RMTBC Manual Therapy Conference when booking. For more information and amenities of the Inn at the Quay please visit their website at www.innatwestminsterquay.com

 

 

Manual Therapy Conference Newsletters and Other Information

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Improving Your Practice, by Jamie Johnston, RMT

 

 

 

 

 

Manual Therapy Conference 2016