Workshop description: “The role of technical and orthotic tools in improving the quality of life for children with physical disabilities”.
Alicia Manzana holds a degree in Physiotherapy from the Gimbernat’s Community Colleges. She holds a postgraduate degree in Pediatric Physiotherapy from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and in Adapted Physical Activity from the University of Barcelona. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Health and Quality of Life from the Open University of Catalonia.
She has been a lecturer at the International University of Catalonia since 2004, delivering instruction in the Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy and in the Postgraduate and Master’s Degrees in Physiotherapy in Pediatrics. She delivers training for other universities and bodies related to walking and orthotics.
She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Pediatric Physiotherapy Society and director of efisiopediatric, a community for parents and professionals related to pediatric physiotherapy.
(*) A maximum of 25 seats available.