Physical Therapy: A Discussion on Women's Health Issues by Global Women's Health Initiative. Join us September 23rd at 7p as PT experts share insights on women's health issues both local and global. Community PTs will be on hand to answer questions. Light Refreshments will be served after the event. RSVP using the form provided.
After the success of the inaugural Women in PT Summit we are excited, humbled and inspired to continue with our mission to serve as the catalyst for women in the physical therapy industry. We want to continue to create a place for you to easily build the strategies, relationships, and expertise you need to accelerate your personal and professional growth. Through this yearly event, our dream is to create a much-needed network of women (and man) in the industry to support one another and grow together.
On September 23, 2017, we are hosting the 2nd annual Women in PT Summit. This event will bring physical therapists, PT business owners, industry leaders, and key influencers beyond the physical therapy world together to have a conversation about leadership, entrepreneurship and navigating your career with grace and strength. If you are passionate about growing your physical therapy career and connecting with a global community of peers and mentors.
Join your fellow PTs, PTAs, and PT/PTA students in New York City for a #PTPubNight fundraiser supporting the Global Women's Health Initiative at The Green Room on Fri., Sept 22nd. This is a networking opportunity in conjunction with the Women in PT Summit.
The Global Women’s Health Initiative is the first Women’s Health Physical Therapy organization of its kind. It was formed with the mission of helping women in need of PT services for diagnoses ranging from fistula and prolapse to pre and post-natal care. The goal of the organization is to help provide support for developing Physical Therapy services within this population for the future health care and protection of women in need worldwide. In this way, GWHI hopes to address the lack of healthcare rehabilitation that is not available in the world on a global and even a local region.