Registration for Manipalooza 2014 (May 17-19) Now Open

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Three-day Festival of Hands-on Learning for Physical Therapists Set for May at University of Colorado Denver

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I am using the skills I gained with my patients today, on my first day back. Manipalooza changed my life, my practice and ultimately will improve my patient outcomes.

Evidence In Motion (EIM), a physical therapy education and consultation company, has opened registration for the 5th Annual Manipalooza. The three-day festival of hands-on learning in manipulation, soft tissue techniques, pain management strategies, sports PT, and practice management for physical therapists is scheduled for May 17-19, 2014 at the University of Colorado Denver.

Faculty and topics are still being finalized but will include presentations from Andrew Bennett, PT, DPT, Larry Benz, PT, DPT, David Browder, DPT, OCS, Tim Fearon, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, Tim Flynn, PT, PhD, Paul Mintken, PT, DPT, Teresa Scheumann, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, Daphne Scott, PT, DSc, Casey Unverzagt, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS, Mike Walker, PT, DSc, Rob Wainner, PT, PhD, Julie Whitman, PT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT. Presentation topics will cover a range of topics including Manipulative Interventions for the Cervical Spine and Ribcage, Advanced Exercises as an Adjunct to Manual Therapy, Management of Temporomandibular Dysfunction, Manual Therapy of the Knee, Ankle and Foot Regions, Neuromuscular Interventions for Chronic Ankle Instability and Evaluation of Athletic Movement: The ACL.

The three-day festival makes learning interactive, musically facilitated, and fun! Held at the Anschutz Medical Campus at the University of Colorado Denver, Manipalooza consistently receives superb feedback from participants who benefit from the hands-on approach. Early-bird Registration is now open at Early-bird registration ends February 28, 2014. Those unable to attend the full three-day event are encouraged to register for the festivities on Saturday, May 29, 2014. Participants will get to choose from a variety of Orthopaedic, Sports and Business topics.

“Best course I’ve been to!” said 2013 attendee Brandie Rainboth. “I have already used the majority of the techniques on my patients the last two days!”

“Thank you to all of the EIM instructors who were so incredibly helpful at Manipalooza-it was worth every minute. I am using the skills I gained with my patients today, on my first day back,” states past attendee Tonya Olson. “Manipalooza changed my life, my practice and ultimately will improve my patient outcomes. EIM, Thank you, thank you, thank you!”

The distinguished group of presenting faculty from EIM has received more than 95 research grants, totaling over $10.5 million. EIM faculty members have also taught more than 220 university level courses, founded more than forty different business organizations, and held appointed positions in more than 40 state and 115 national and international professional associations. The group has received more than 25 teaching and 65 research awards.

More information about Manipalooza can be found at or

About Evidence In Motion (EIM):
Evidence in Motion (EIM) is an education and consultation company whose sole reason of existence is to elevate the physical therapy profession and the role of physical therapists in healthcare delivery. A strong dedication to fostering the creation and assimilation of an evidence-based practice culture within the physical therapy profession is a cornerstone of Evidence In Motion’s mission. They have put in place evidence-based practice treatment pathways in many facilities and aims to promote the global sharing of information and ideas, thus advancing evidence-based physical therapy practice, research and education around the world. Evidence In Motion offers Continuing Education, Residencies, a Fellowship Program, a Musculoskeletal Postprofessional DPT, and an Executive Program in Private Practice Management with optional Postprofessional DPT. For more information, please visit You can also find Evidence In Motion on Facebook and Twitter, @EIMTeam.

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