Aqua-Leuven 2015, the second European conference on evidence based aquatic therapy will be held in Leuven Belgium April 15 – 18, 2015.
We are very happy to announce that the KULeuven, Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences will organize the conference. Aqua-Leuven 2015 will be the follow-up event of the first European Conference on Evidence Based Aquatic Therapy, ECEBAT which was held in Izmir, Turkey in March 2013.
The first event was a huge success with some 150 delegates from 30 countries. Aqua-Leuven 2015 will be a great opportunity for professionals in the field of Aquatic Therapy, to hear about the latest research worldwide, while at the same time meeting with experts and discussing with peers. You will enjoy the great learning environment of the University of Leuven and the unique atmosphere the historic town of Leuven has to offer.
Aquatic Therapy is becoming increasingly popular in short as well as long term rehabilitation and fitness training. Nevertheless after thousands of years, the unique properties of water lead us to discover even more new ways to improve rehabilitation and training outcomes. Register and enjoy a professionally organized conference and catch up with the latest research in a relaxing environment.
EWAC Medical, a world leader in production of aquatic therapy facilities and equipment is a major sponsor of Aqua-Leuven2015. EWAC actively endorses the advancement and sharing of knowledge in the area of aquatic therapy. To this goal on Saturday April 18th the final day of Aqua-Leuven, a workshop will be organized for all participants presenting the latest EWAC equipment. Experts will introduce and demonstrate the potential of the Underwater treadmill, the Obstacle course and the Aquabike. Participants will not only see the equipment but be able to experience it themselves in the pool. We think you will find this is a more than fitting ending to your days in Leuven.
We hope to welcome you on Aqua-Leuven 2015!
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