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ICEBAT The International Brain Wave

Date
June 21st 2024 to June 22nd 2024
Location
University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester

The 2024 International Conference on Evidence Based Aquatic Therapy (ICEBAT) “The International Brain Wave” organised by the Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (ATACP) in close cooperation with the Association International Aquatic Therapy Faculty (IATF). “The International Brain Wave” title refers to the significant effects aquatic therapy has on brain function, as well as the wave of knowledge that the conference aims to evoke. The conference will be a mixture of presentations, posters and pool practical’s presented by invited speakers from the aquatic therapy field.

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