Mobility Clinic's Rakesh Jain to Attend AOPA National Conference
Mr. Rakesh Jain is schedule to attend the Annual American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association's National Conference from September 8th to the 11th, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. The orthotic and prosthetic community has experienced stormy seas for the past several years. Buffeted by legislative challenges, rising costs, and reimbursement pressures, we are looking for a port in a storm, a beacon or lighthouse to keep us sailing straight and true.
The goal of the Assembly is to bring us together to build a strong future, with the symbolism of lighting our path being a strong connection to the New England lighthouse of old.
What better place to set your future course than the National Assembly in Boston—a city that stands for history, success and higher education. Attend for the education you will receive today and the future success of your profession.
In addition, AOPA offers an amazing range of unique opportunities:
Plot a course for future success with 5 concurrent sessions for Orthotists, Prosthetists, Pedorthists, Technicians, Business Owners and Managers
Cruise through the stormy seas of regulatory rules with answers you can only get from AOPA
Navigate the country’s Largest Exhibit Hall
Sail through spectacular general sessions with inspiring Keynote Presenters
Earn over 36 CE Credits
Partake in Fun Networking Events
Enjoy exciting and Historic Boston Back Bay
Catch up with the Alumni Connection
Find your way with Case Studies and Symposia
Learn from MDs, PhDs, Would Care Specialists, Research Scientists, Attorney’s, Business Experts and Top-Notch Practitioners.
The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) is a national trade association committed to providing high quality, unprecedented business services and products to O&P professionals. Since our founding in 1917, we have worked diligently to establish ourselves as the voice for O&P businesses. Through government relations efforts, AOPA works to raise awareness of the profession and impact policies that affect the future of the O&P industry. AOPA membership consists of more than 2,000 O&P patient care facilities and suppliers that manufacture, distribute, design, fabricate, fit, and supervise the use of orthoses (orthopedic braces) and prostheses (artificial limbs). Membership in AOPA represents a professional milestone; it is recognition of leadership and achievement in the O&P community.