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    CSM Daily News Recaps Lectures and Sessions

    Read summaries of the Pauline Cerasoli and Linda Crane lectures and learn about the implications of cardiac comorbidities in outpatient settings, use of red flags when assessing low back pain, benefits of aquatic physical therapy as a complement to land-based therapy, and more in the February 11 issue of CSM 2012 Daily News. The February 9 and February 10 issues also are available on the Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) Web page, and a final, digital "wrap-up" issue will be e-mailed to all members in the next 2 weeks. 


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    I am a long-time CSM attendee since 1985.....the logistics in Chicago were so challenging and created so much negative energy that I doubt I would return there for another CSM. I had the idea that a city as big as Chicago would have handled much larger groups than ours in the past and that shuttle service in particular would have been very smooth. Also, I was astonished that the Palmer House had no in-room coffee and no free internet. Overall not impressed with my week for CSM 2012.
    Posted by Barbara Settles-Huge -> >OP]C on 2/13/2012 2:40 PM
    Although the transportation from the hotels was not ideal the conference itself was fantastic. I was very pleased with the lectures and speakers that were presenting for Sports, Ortho, and Private Practice. I felt it was the best overall presenters out of all the CSM conferences that I have attended. I have no regrets.
    Posted by Chris on 2/14/2012 11:58 AM
    I very much enjoyed my first CSM. I had no trouble with the shuttle service and the Chicago Hilton was great. I appreciate all of the hard work APTA staff put into this, especially with the higher than expected turn out. I would definately return to Chicago. Thank you!
    Posted by Ann Lowrey on 2/17/2012 4:07 PM
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