LAS VEGAS – The POWER Symposium and Medtrade Spring have partnered to offer workshops that educate attendees about women’s health products and services available from Amoena and Juzo.
In Compression 101, a representative from Juzo will describe the science of compression, and which compression modality is best for individuals with venous or lymphatic system conditions. In the Amoena Fit School, a rep from Amoena will explain how the correct fit of carefully designed breast forms and bras can benefit women, whether immediately after breast cancer surgery, or after years of survivorship.
Cost is $20, and all workshop registrants will qualify for a Medtrade Spring show floor pass. Medtrade Spring takes place Feb 29-March 2, 2016, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
“The Power Symposium, put on by Juzo and Amoena starts the day after Medtrade Spring,” explains Kevin Gaffney. “However, we are giving Symposium attendees a chance to arrive one day early and experience the Medtrade Spring show floor. Meanwhile, Medtrade Spring attendees will have the opportunity to attend one or both of the women’s health workshops.”
To learn more about the many educational opportunities at Medtrade Spring, visit www.medtradespring.com.
To learn more about additional educational opportunities available at the POWER Symposium, visit powersymposium.com, and see additional workshop info below.
Wednesday, March 2
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. – Earn 2 CEUs
Islander Room 1
Presenter: Caroline Pinney, JUZO, Julius Zorn Inc, education & training manager
Juzo will teach you about compression modalities, including the differences between medical compression garments and compression wraps. Learn the science of compression and which compression modality is best suited for each individual.
Amoena Fit School
Wednesday, March 2
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Earn 2 CEUs
Presenter: Susan Murray, Amoena, marketing events manager
Amoena will help retailers gain knowledge about products and services that support women in their recovery from breast surgery. Spend two hours learning how the correct fit of carefully designed breast forms and bras can benefit women, whether immediately after surgery or after years of survivorship.