Tickets now available for Therapy Expo 2013!

With a high demand in pre-registration, seminars and workshops at Therapy Expo 2013 in Manchester are filling up fast. Today’s announcement of ticket availability gives delegates the chance to ensure a place in the CPD session of their choice.

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Ticketing for Therapy Expo 2013 in Manchester on the 13th and 14th September goes live today. Delegates who didn’t pre-register for the event can now also book their places for the CPD sessions which will be taking place over the course of the exhibition. Tickets for both the Expo, which is a dedicated trade event for Clinic based therapists and Independent Practitioners, and the individual CPD sessions being held throughout, can now be booked via www.therapyexpo.co.uk.

In addition to a comprehensive and diverse range of exhibitors, Therapy Expo will feature over 60 CPD sessions led by experts from across the therapy industry. These sessions will take four different forms: pre-booked seminars and workshops and open seminars and workshops. The pre-booked sessions have limited spaces, must be booked in advance and carry CPD certification. The open sessions will take place in the main expo hall and everyone is welcome to attend, with the only limitation being arriving in enough time to get a good seat!

The CPD schedule has been arranged with a short break between sessions so it will be possible for delegates to plan their time at the event effectively, though there is no limit on how many sessions a delegate can attend. With speakers representing all branches of therapy including Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy, Osteopathy, Bowen Therapy and Occupational Therapy, the themes of the sessions range from new research, specific practices or techniques to more generic industry wide topics such as using social media to grow your business or encouraging a returning and referring culture in your practice.

Lisa Plummer, Director of Therapy Expo 2013, says:

“With less than four months to go to the opening of Therapy Expo 2013, we’re delighted to have the tickets on general release. The CPD sessions have been filling up fast due to a high demand in pre-registration so it is crucial for interested delegates to book their tickets and their places in their chosen CPD sessions as soon as possible to avoid disappointment”.

With more than 50 companies exhibiting across the two-day event, Therapy Expo 2013 offers the chance for Clinic Therapists and Independent Practitioners to meet and network with companies offering products and services related to their businesses, including exercise and electrical equipment, business services, clinic software, exercise software, education options, clinic furniture, clothing, braces, clinic disposables and much more.

With a wide range of expert speakers across various disciples including Professor Tim Watson (University of Hertfordshire), James Earls (Kinesis UK), Meghan Mari (Jing Institute of Advanced Massage Training) and Celia Champion (Painless Practice), potential delegates are encouraged not to miss this chance to update both knowledge and skills, and to get an insight into a number of areas of Therapy practice. Booking information, alongside details of all of the sessions and speakers taking part, can be found at the Therapy Expo website: www.therapyexpo.co.uk.

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Notes to Editors

About Therapy Expo 2013:

Therapy Expo 2013 will offer the chance to meet and network with companies offering healthcare products and services: exercise and electrical equipment, business services, clinic software, exercise software, education options, clinic furniture, clothing, braces, clinic disposables and much more.

An exciting CPD schedule will be combined within Therapy Expo 2013; specific streams of interest will run with options including sports injuries, clinic business development, current therapy research and specific treatment and intervention topics.

To find out more, visit:
www.therapyexpo.co.uk
www.facebook.com/TherapyExpo
www.twitter.com/TherapyExpo.

For more information and interview opportunities, contact:
Ben Veal or Jen Hird at Plum Communications & PR
hello@plum-communications.co.uk.