Courses

Dates: July 20-23, 2020

Parking: No parking permit is needed.

Accommodations: Wichita State University is pleased to offer attendees a special opportunity for housing during the Institute. A set of rooms for attendees has been arranged on the Wichita State University campus in Shocker Hall. Individuals may arrive on the afternoon of July 19, 2020 and will depart at the close of the Institute on July 23, 2020. Single rooms are $224 for the time period. Double rooms are $184 for the time period per person. Individuals will receive a pillow, pillowcase, two sheets, blanket, hand towel, washcloth and bar of soap.

More information about Shocker Hall

Breakfast and dinner is not provided but individuals can purchase it on-site at Shocker Hall for an additional cost.

Cancellations and Refunds: All cancellations must be made in writing. A 15% administrative fee will be assessed on all cancellations (this includes purchase orders). There will be no refunds after June 19, 2020 but substitutions are welcome. WSU reserves the right to cancel courses due to lack of enrollment. In that event, WSU will refund any pre-paid course fees but will not be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages including airfare and travel expenses.

The conference is being facilitated by the Office of University Conferences and Non-Credit Programs at Wichita State University. Please mail your check or purchase order made payable to the Office of University Conferences and completed registration form to: Office of University Conferences Wichita State University 1845 Fairmount, Campus Box 136, Wichita, Kansas 67260-0136 Fax (316) 978-3064 or register online.



Click here to register for a room at Shocker Hall for the 2020 APSI July 19-22, 2020
The hip and low back are dance partners, linked by muscles and bones and fascia and more. Testing and training these areas involves an array of possibilities, dozens of potential assessment techniques and hundreds of intervention choices. How do we know which ones to use, or how to employ them best? This course offers some help. By way of 24 digestible and discussion-sparking findings related to the low back and hip, it informs participants of evidence-based testing and training techniques, potentially challenging common practices and helping improve patient care. 

INSTRUCTOR: B.J. Lehecka, PhD, DPT 
CEU CREDITS: 6.5 hours (Pending approval through the Kansas Physical Therapy Association)


This course contains no sessions

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Tuesday, April 7, 2020, WSU Tech Simulation Center
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