LifeMax will be attending 3rd Annual International Coaches Congress for Sport Performance at CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria, 26-37 October 2018 at stand number D2.
The theme for the congress is T.E.C.H, Training. Environment. Coaching. High Performance
The focus for LifeMax at this congress is to communicate the demand for Sports Technology Equipment and the correct use thereof.
LifeMax will be attending the Life Through Movement International Conference at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth from the 4 - 6 October 2018.
The conference is presented by the Biokinetic Association of Southern Africa in collaboration with Nelson Mandela University. Well-known international and national key note speakers and the scientific program is filled with top quality abstract presentations, poster presentations, and break away discussions.
LifeMax will be attending the Nutrition Congress at Misty Hills Conference Centre from the 5 - 7 September 2018.
The theme for the 2018 congress is Nutrition: Past, Present, Future and aims to emphasis the importance of nutrition and well being across various platforms.
LifeMax will be attending Africa Health at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, 29-31 May 2018 at stand number 3K10 in Hall 3.
Africa Health is the largest platform in the African Healthcare market for international and local companies to see the latest healthcare technologies, products, equipment and services.
The focus for LifeMax at this congress is to communicate the fast growing demand worldwide for improved patient cardiac care both pre and post operatively.
LifeMax will be attending SASMA in Cape Town at Century City Conference Centre & Hotel, 24 October - 27 October 2017 at stand number 30.
SASMA is a multidisiciplinary professional and scientific society dedicated to co-ordinating, integrating and optimising medical, scientific and educational services in sports, exercise and health in South Africa.
The theme for 2017 is “Integrate – Accelerate –Elevate”, and aims to emphasise the importance of integration across various platforms in order to accelerate and improve outcome and elevate performance.
LifeMax will be attending The PSSA conference at The University of Pretoria's Groenkloof campus from the 27 - 31 August 2017.
The PSSA is the annual signature event of the Physiology Society of Southern Africa. Themes that this year's program will focus on include exercise science, applied sport science & neuroscience.
LifeMax will be attending International Forum of Elite Sport at Prime Human Performance Institute in Durban at ASPC, 23 - 26 August 2017 along with our international partner Woodway.
ASPC is an Internationla Association of High Performance Sports Training Centres.
The aim of the Forum is to establish routes of communication and mutual collaboration between the different High Performance Centres around the world and people organizations interested in elite sports.
We will be attending the WCPT in Cape Town, 02-04 July 2017, along with our international partners Lode, Zebris & Noraxon. We will be situated at stand numbers 105, 83 & 82.
Founded in 1951, the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) is the sole international voice for physical therapy, representing more than 350,000 physical therapists worldwide through its 106 member organisations.
We will be attending the FCPSA in Cape Town from the 19-21 May 2017 at stand number 32.
Recent years have proven that consulting disciplines and smaller sub-specialties within the consulting groups have had poor representation at the previous SPPC or have not been represented at all. This is specifically relevant to dealing with coding matters and dispute resolution with medical schemes.
We will be attending the 11th Aesthetic Medicine Congress of South Africa at the CSIR ICC in Pretoria, 04 - 06 May 2017 at stand number 2.
The focus for this congress is to address the needs of doctors in this industry to enhance their practical skills. The congress has been an all-important mark on the calendar of both trade and doctors involved in Aesthetic & Anti-aging medicine over the past 12 years.