The Think Tank

Introducing a new way of sharing information: by bringing in world-class experts to you, we want to stimulate interaction between health professionals who dare to think differently, step up, and give direction to drive our profession forward. Where does practice need to adapt to new science? And where does science need to catch up with practice?

3 days. 3 cities. 2 countries.

What is a Think Tank?

Each Think Tank will bring in experts from the absolute top of their field and have a unique subject. The Think Tanks will consist of 3 sections: pre-session, post-session and The Think Tank itself.

Pre-session:

Videos | Articles | Discussion Forum | Case Study


The Think Tank:

Expert Presentations | Current Evidence | Discussions | Practical Applications | Case Solving | Practice vs. Science | Direction for Future Research

Post-session:

Discussion Forum | Exchange of Information | Video Review | Lecture Review | Access to Online Database

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As an Added Bonus:

There will also be an evening lecture on each of the 3 days and locations. Low price, low time investment and an opportunity to meet likeminded therapists, have a drink, network and a chat. Adding this lecture to your Think Tank is the ultimate way to wrap up the day.

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Think Tank met Prof. Dr. Hannu Luomajoki: Subgrouping of Low Back Pain and the Role of Movement Control Impairment

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Think Tank met PhD Eyal Lederman: The Myth of Core Stability

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Think Tank met PhD Alli Gokeler: How to advance current ACL injury prevention programs from a motor learning perspective

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Think Tank met PhD Grethe Myklebust: Prevention of acute knee injuries – How to do it!

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Think Tank met PhD Ben Clarsen

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Think Tank met PhD Tron Krosshaug: What are the causes for non-contact ACL injury?

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Think Tank met Dr. Adam Weir: Groin Pain in Athletes

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