The internationally recognized faculty at the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Duke University are leaders in their fields, and have been active at conferences around the world.
The DPT faculty have presented at hundreds of conference educational breakouts, platforms, posters, plenary sessions, pre-conference courses, and panel discussions in the United States, China, Canada, France, Norway, Switzerland, Greece, Germany, Ecuador, Qatar, Italy, Denmark and the Canary Islands.
Steven Z. George, PT, PhD, gives 2016 Maley Lecture on Pain Management at APTA's NEXT Conference and Exposition in Nashville
Steven Z. George, PT, PhD, is director of clinical research, Department of Orthopaedics, and director of musculoskeletal research, Duke University Clinical Research Institute. You can read more about Dr. George's perspectives on pain management, along with his recent article, "It's Not Just Consumers Who Must Think Differently About Pain," on the APTA website.
Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Las Vegas, NV
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