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The Belgian Federation of Sports Physiotherapy invites researchers, clinicians, students, and professionals in the field of sports rehabilitation and physiotherapy to submit abstracts for its upcoming event.

This year's theme focuses on "Young Athletes and the Specific Adaptation of Rehabilitation Processes", aiming to explore the latest advancements and innovative approaches tailored to the rehabilitation needs of young athletes.
 

Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to:

·        Innovative rehabilitation techniques for young athletes

·        Age-specific rehabilitation protocols

·        The impact of growth and development on rehabilitation or load management

·        Adaptive return to sport strategies applied in youth athletes.

·        Preventative strategies to reduce injury in youth sports participants.

 

Submission Guidelines:

Abstracts must be submitted in English and should not exceed 300 words (excl. title, author, affiliations, references).

All submissions must include the title of the paper, the author(s) information and contact details.

Abstracts should clearly define the rational, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the research.

Abstracts must be sent to :

- contact.absgport@icloud.com                                                                                 - contact.bfsp@gmail.com

It is imperative to wait for a confirmation from us, attesting within 7 days, of the good reception of your abstract.

 

Important Dates:

Abstract Submission Deadline: 16th September 
Notification of Acceptance: 7th October 
Conference Date: 16th November 2024

Abstracts will be reviewed by a panel of experts in the field of sports physiotherapy, and selected contributors will be invited to present their work during the poster session.

This conference provides an excellent opportunity for attendees to network with peers, learn from experts, and discuss the unique challenges and solutions related to the rehabilitation of young athletes.