PhysioDay conference

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The mission of the PhysioDay conference is to promote the latest trends in various fields of physiotherapy. This conference was established in response to the rapid and multidisciplinary development of physiotherapy worldwide, including in Poland. It addresses the need to integrate current knowledge and scientific findings in various branches of medicine that influence physiotherapeutic procedures in a variety of patient’s problems. It is also an excellent opportunity to establish a broad cooperation between various scientific and therapeutic communities.

The project is co-financed by state budget funds, awarded by the Minister of Education and Science under the program “Excellent Science II – Support for Scientific Conferences”.

In recent years, both in Poland and globally, there have been developments in many scientific fields revolving around physiotherapy. Over the past few years, we have witnessed a technological and scientific boom, which provides physiotherapists (both researchers and practitioners) with increasingly effective means of conducting therapy for various dysfunctions and disorders. New research directions are being established that go beyond previously known therapy frameworks, significantly expanding the existing protocols and definitions.

PhysioDay is planned as a recurring event with the character of a Scientific Conference combined with a practical-workshop part, in which invited speakers will present research results, therapeutic methods, case studies, and the latest trends in modern medicine. The lectures will be delivered by distinguished clinicians from the medical community (physiotherapists, doctors, psychologists, dietitians, trainers), who, by sharing their experience, knowledge, and observations, will lay the groundwork for establishing multidisciplinary clinical cooperations.

This event aims to establish interdisciplinary and multidimensional scientific cooperations, which will lay the foundation for new, exciting, and scientifically valuable educational and research projects. This will provide opportunities for expanding competencies, skills, and a multidisciplinary approach to problems, resulting in an enhancement in the quality of education, scientific development, and the broad integration of various research communities.