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PTs familiar with the work and educational efforts of Evidence in Motion (EIM) — a provider of post-professional education programs for the physical therapy profession since 2004 — may also be familiar with their Manipalooza events held periodically across the country.

Well, on Friday through Sunday, April 21-23, EIM will host Manipalooza in Denver. And with it, they will also be hosting a PT Pub Night event where participating PTs and PT instructors can meet and mingle with participants as well as physical therapists/PT students in the Denver area.

EIM’s Manipalooza PT Pub Night will be held on Saturday, April 22, 7 to 10 p.m., at Cerebral Brewing in Denver. It just so happens that the head brewer at Cerebral Brewing, Sean Buchan, is also a doctor of physical therapy (DPT).

Manipalooza in Denver is a three-day festival of hands-on learning and training with some of EIM’s top faculty. Topics at the event will include Neuroplasticity, Applying Empathy, Running Athlete Rehab, and “Manips for Chicks,” among others.

The event is in support of EIM’s mission, which is to elevate the physical therapy profession and the role of physical therapy in health care delivery, with the promise to develop and facilitate ideas to provide physical therapists with the necessary training and tools to become leaders in evidence-based practice.

This Manipalooza PT Pub Night event will also welcome members of the Colorado Student Special Interest Group (SIG), which had also planned to host a PT Pub Night event on the same evening. Both groups decided to join forces in an effort to stay true to the PT Pub Night mission of “facilitating relationships that improve the physical therapy profession.”

For more information about Manipalooza, visit www.manipalooza.com. To RSVP for its PT Pub Night event, do so at the event page here.