Fall Conference

 

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REGISTRATION - Preregistration ended Friday, October 26. If you missed it, you can still register at the conference. You can still renew your membership (or join) online before getting to the conference.

The ASAHPERD Fall Conference is scheduled for November 4-6th at the Birmingham Hyatt Regency- Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama. Registration is available onsite on Sunday from 12-4; Monday 7:00-2:00; Tuesday 7:30-11:00. 

Onsite registration rates: Professional $95; Retired $70; Paraprofessional $70; Undergraduate/Graduate Student $45; Non-Member $170

CONFERENCE HOTEL

Want to stay at the conference hotel? $133 + taxes per night. Call the Birmingham Hyatt/The Wynfrey Hotel at 800-233-1234 - Say you are with the Alabama State Association for Health, Physical Education and Dance Fall Conference or click HERE  to reserve online. Book your room early!

FALL CONFERENCE PROGRAM

The program planning committee has been working to prepare a GREAT line up of sessions for the 2018 Fall Conference! Click HERE to see the list. All sessions and times are always subject to change. A current listing will be posted as changes may occur.

STI-PD INFORMATION - if you have trouble or questions; contact [email protected]

STI- PD Title:       ASAHPERDFC2018

STI-PD Number: 2018 ASAHPERD Fall Conference

Deadline to register for CEU hours on STI-PD is October 31, 2018.

 

We are excited to announce our General Session keynote speaker, Dr. Sloan Beard.

 

 

...was born and raised in Tallahassee, FL.  There she participated in competitive gymnastics until she moved to Indiana to attend Ball State University where she was a member of the gymnastics team, performed pharmaceutical drug research and graduated with a biology degree.  Dr. Sloan’s seventeen years of gymnastics ensured many injuries thus many doctors’ appointments of all kinds.  It was more common than not for a doctor to tell her to find a less demanding sport, which to her was not an option.  Dr. Sloan began seeing a chiropractor, Dr. John Van Tassel, who encouraged her to compete rather than quit.  Chiropractic and manual therapy kept Dr. Sloan in the physical condition needed to compete for many more years.  Because of her experience, Dr. Sloan went on to obtain her doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic in August 2013 and her masters of Sports Science and Rehabilitation in December 2013. She has worked in the family practice setting as well as the elite athletic realm including the athletic teams of; University of Missouri, Lindenwood University, Missouri Baptist University and Florida State University. 

Dr. Sloan utilizes a very hands-on adjusting technique. She is trained in techniques including Diversified, Thompson, Logan Basic, Cox Flexion-Distraction, and Gonstead. She is also well versed in myofascial release, kinesio taping, exercise prescription and sports rehabilitation. 

When Dr. Sloan is not in the office, she enjoys spending her time in the sunshine, trying to keep up on the trails with her husband, Dr. Beau Beard, playing with her black lab, Louie, functional training at the gym and traveling to see her family and friends.  Dr. Sloan is available for speaking engagements, team assessment, and development or one-on-one appointments.