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8th Annual Student Symposium

Course Recap

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

Florham Park, NJ

About the symposium..

Created in conjunction with Professional’s Clinical Affiliation Program the Annual Student Symposium offers the opportunity for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Athletic Training students to learn about current clinical concepts and treatment techniques. Students will be able to learn about different clinical knowledge tools that they can utilize during their clinical affiliations as well as in the professional setting when they graduate and head out into clinical practice.

It is Professional Seminars' goal to provide quality continuing education programs for all current as well as future rehabilitation professionals.  The topics featured in this year’s symposium included relevant information on functional progressions for the lower extremity, upper extremity and core as well as an introduction to hand therapy and Sacro-Iliac Joint dysfunction evaluation and treatment. 

Who Attended? Over one hunded Physical Therapy/Physical Therapist Assistant Students, Athletic Training Students, Occupational Therapy Students and other health care professionals from over 30  school programs.

New Jersey Pictures
Symposium Speakers
Ryan Yelle, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Owen Lennon, PT, DPT, OCS

Regional Clinical Excellence Director - New Jersey, Professional PT



Harsheen Pasricha, OT, CHT

James Collins, PT, MSPT, OCS

Regional Clinical Director, Professional PT


Ryan Yelle, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Deana Swanson, OTR/L, CHT

Multi-site Clinical Director - New Jersey Region, Professional PT



Robert Shapiro, MA, PT, COMT, NKT, SFMA

Robert Shapiro, MA, PT, COMT, NKT, SFMA

Director of Clinical Excellence,  Professional PT

New Jersey - Highlight Video
What attendees had to say...


I learned a lot at the symposium. I enjoyed having the opportunity to bring together so many different programs.
I liked that there was a variety of topics that was covered, but that each had somewhat of an overlap between them.



Presenters really knew what they were talking about. Very concise presentations and great examples/case studies.
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