Orthotics Technology Forum 2012 dates announced!
Next year’s Orthotic Technology Forum will be held on 12th & 13th July 2012 at University of Salford in Greater Manchester, UK.
The 2 day conference will include an evening meal at Old Trafford, home of Manchester United.
The programme is set to as varied and educational as this year’s event, showing technology which is currently being used in the design and manufacture of orthotic insoles as well as what may be on the horizon.
This event will again be CPD approved and count towards your professional development.
Please put the dates in your diary now and we will update you shortly when the programme is confirmed and when registration opens.

Visit www.orthotics-technology-forum.com for more information.

Why University of Salford?
The University of Salford has fantastic new facilities in its School for Health, Sports and Rehibilitation, including a multi million pound podiatry clinic, digital analysis rooms and orthotics labs.
The University is home to UNIPOD (United National Institute for Prosthetics & Orthotics Development) – The only Prosthetics and Orthotics higher education provider in England.
University of Salford’s podiatry clinic

Old Trafford
Included in your registration for the event, will be an evening meal on Thursday 12th July for all of our delegates to attend to relax, network and socialise.

Next year’s meal will be held at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United Football Club. Delegates will be invited to enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the club’s Museum which houses three floors of history and memorabelia before enjoying a 3 course meal in the Evolution Suite with fantastic pitch side views.
Old Trafford pitch

Why should you attend?
You will see technologies already being used successfully by orthotics laboratories around the world alongside emerging technologies and research projects giving an insight into custom orthotic advances over the next few years.
The event is educational and will expose attendees to new and emerging technologies including hands on experience with a tour of University of Salford’s podiatry facilities as well as contribute towards your continued professional development.
There will also be an opportunity for delegates and speakers to network during the sessions and breaks to share experiences.
Who should attend?
• Laboratory Managers
• Innovative Podiatrists / Orthotists
• Anyone interested in improving the efficiency and profitability of their laboratory or clinic
Register your place and pay online at www.orthotics-technology-forum.com or contact Hannah Harlock at hlh@delcam.com.
Once you have successfully registered for the event, you will be sent confirmation along with details of hotels that we have negotiated special rates with.
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