REVITALIZE your path, your passion, your profession by attending REVITALIZE 2019!

REVITALIZE  combines the IPTA’s Annual Conference, Assembly of Representatives, and Student Conclave into a power-packed one-day experience bringing together physical therapy professionals, early careers, and students from across the state! Next year’s conference will take place on Saturday, April 6 at the Q Center in St. Charles, Ill.

The conference focuses on what today’s PT professional needs most to succeed in their industry – and in turn, what the industry needs from its PT professionals in order to thrive. Organized around five crucial areas of inspiration: Stability, Ability, Agility, Mobility and Vitality, REVITALIZE will expose you to the essential elements that you need to jump-start your practice.

STABILITY: Without core support, it can be difficult to get your career off the ground.

We have information and opportunities for volunteering and mentoring that will help you leave your mark on the industry. Getting involved in your future is the first step!

MOBILITY: Where do you want to go?

Be exposed to the latest technologies, exciting innovations and potential employment opportunities that can help you blaze new trails in your profession and ensure your patients are on the road to optimal health and wellness.

ABILITY: Sometimes it is who you know … but in PT most of the time it’s about what you know!

Attending REVITALIZE can help you earn up to 7 hours of CE! We’ve got educational sessions, presentations, and discussions that will challenge your mind and build your skills. Plus you can find out about how others are learning — and what they are learning — through exciting research being done today.

VITALITY: Stay current!

Attend sessions designed to keep you informed of key critical and professional issues relevant to your practice. We’ll also be giving formal kudos to members who have proven themselves “vital” to the industry for their outstanding leadership, contributions and achievements.

AGILITY: Guiding students and early careers as they begin their path!

Attend the Student Special Interest Group (SSIG) Annual Business Meeting and caught up to speed on all of the exciting initiatives the SSIG has taken on over the past 12 months – and a look at what is planned for the future.