Reconnect with your profession by participating in REVITALIZE 2022!

REVITALIZE will virtually bring physical therapy professionals, early careers, and students from Illinois together to focus on what today’s PT professional needs most to succeed in their industry – and in turn, what the industry needs from its PT professionals in order to thrive.

The conference is organized around five crucial areas of inspiration: Stability, Ability, Agility, Mobility and Vitality.

STABILITY: Without core support, we can’t advance the future of physical therapy.

Getting involved in your future is the first step in supporting research, education and initiatives that will help shape the profession.  In the new virtual format, explore the poster hall at your leisure between March 1 – 20 and submit poster quizzes to earn CE credits.

MOBILITY: Where do you want to go?

Be exposed to exciting innovations in health care that can help you blaze new trails in your profession and ensure your patients are on the road to optimal health and wellness.  Did you ever think virtual reality who be a part of physical therapy?  Explore this and other exciting innovative topics offered as programs in 2022!

ABILITY: Sometimes it is who you know … but in PT most of the time it’s about what you know!

Want to investigate a new area of practice or learn new skills that you can apply in the clinic tomorrow?  Program selections offer a variety of topics from the annual PT exam to treating Covid 19 long haulers.  Find topics of interest to you to explore!

VITALITY: Stay current!

Listen to our leaders discuss current, critical issues impacting practice in Illinois – and plans for advancing physical therapy in the future.  We’ll also be giving formal kudos to members who have proven themselves “vital” to the industry for their outstanding leadership, contributions and achievements.  The Assembly of Representatives will take place on Saturday, March 5th and is open to all members.

AGILITY: Guiding students and early careers as they begin their path!

Students are welcome to participate in all educational programs – why not take this opportunity to explore potential areas of interest?  And don’t forget to sign up for the Student Special Interest Group meeting and hear from your student leaders!