November 5th, 2022  – 8:00 am to 4 pm

EARLY BIRD RATE (through October 5th)
All APTA Members $199
Nonmembers $279

REGULAR RATE (May 9 to May 20)
All APTA Members $299
Nonmembers $379

Pre-Conference Webinar:  1.5 Contact Hours (1.5 CCU)
In-person courses:   6 Contact Hours (6 CCU)
TOTAL:  7.5 contact hours (7.5 CCU)

PTs and PTAs only

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COURSE 1: Introduction to Ultrasound Imaging for Musculoskeletal Conditions
Doug White, PT, DPT, OCS, RMSK

Do you ever wonder what is really causing your patient’s pain and dysfunction?
How good are your palpation skills? You’d be surprised…
How can I better manage the care of my patients?
The answers to these questions will be learned in this Musculoskeletal Ultrasound course.

This 4-hour hands-on course will introduce the use of ultrasound imaging in the management of select orthopaedic conditions. There will be discussion of common pathologies and their sonoanatomy. Participants will learn how ultrasound can add value to patient management. Participants will have ample time to learn basic extremity scanning and identification of tissues.

At the conclusion of the session, participants should be able to:
– Demonstrate an understanding of the benefit of diagnostic ultrasound in a clinical Physical Therapy setting.
– Understand when ultrasound is and isn’t indicated for common conditions.
– Demonstrate introductory ability to scan and identify normal tissue morphology.

COURSE 2:   Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation: More than a Diagonal
Genevieve Correa, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT 

Do you find it difficult at times to get your patients to relax with certain manual treatments? Do you want to enhance your proprioceptive awareness to make treatment easier for yourself and your patient? Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation is based upon its foundation philosophy and principles. PNF is meant to help make movement easier for our patients.  This In-Person lecture/lab will have a variation of activities to help you improve your body  mechanics, proprioception via tactile cues, body awareness of self and patient, verbal and visual cues in order to improve your efficiency of your treatment and the longevity of your career.

At the conclusion of the session, participants should be able to:
– Understand the history of PNF in Clinical Practice
– Recall the PNF Philosophy and Principles
– Understand how PNF Philosophy and Principles can be applied to clinical cases for improved outcomes
– Recall the PNF Philosophy, Principles, Techniques
– Apply PNF Philosophy and Principles to clinical cases for improved outcomes
– Apply PNF Techniques to patient activities




Doug White, PT, DPT
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy,
Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography
Dr. White has more than 3 decades experience as an orthopaedic physical therapist. He is Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography. He teaches musculoskeletal ultrasound nationally to physical therapists, physicians, and athletic trainers. Dr. White helped write the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Practice Guideline for the Performance of Selected Ultrasound-Guided Procedures

Dr. White is the past-President of the Imaging Special Interest Group and past Co-Chair of the Hip Panel for the Clinical Practice Guideline Project both of the Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. He is the past-Chair of the Imaging section of APTA’s Frontiers in Research, Science and Technology Council. He has been published numerous times in the areas of imaging, orthopaedics and practice management. Dr. White has a practice in Hawi and is on faculty of Hawaii Pacific University Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

Genevieve Correa, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT has more than 10 years clinical experience as a physical therapist. She completed a 9-month Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) Residency at Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center in Vallejo, California in 2012 and taught the PNF portion of Therapeutic Exercise for 7 years at University of the Pacific, Stockton CA. Additionally, Genevieve completed a 21-month Fellowship in Manual Therapy and Primary Care Musculoskeletal at Kaiser Permanente in Vallejo, CA in 2015. Her experience as a physical therapist spans but is not limited to Acute Care, Outpatient Ortho, Acute Rehab, Educational PT and Sports Rehabilitation. Genevieve currently resides and serves the island of Molokai as a clinician, educator and owner of Molokai PT and Rehab, Malama Molokai Wellness and Malama Molokai Health. She is currently the second delegate for APTA Hawaii Chapter and is Adjunct Faculty for Hawaii Pacific University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Additionally, she has received a scholarship from the Certification Board for Diabetes Care and Education (CBDCE) Board of Directors in order to provide more diabetic educational services to her community and also plans to become a Registered Musculoskeletal Sonologist to aid in appropriate triaging and valued care to the people of Molokai.

All APTA members are eligible for discounted member rates, regardless of which state chapter you belong to. You must be a member in good standing as of the date of the conference to be eligible for all member rates. Registrants who have a membership expiration date prior to the conference must provide proof of membership before the conference begins or they will be subject to paying the nonmember rate. New APTA members who do not yet have a member number must submit a copy of their membership application form or emailed confirmation to receive the member rate.

To cancel, email the chapter office at or call (800) 554-5569. Cancellations received by October 23, 2022 will receive a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations received between October 23 and November 4, 2022 will receive a 50% refund. There will be no refunds after November 4, 2022. Unless there is a waiting list for the course, substitutions will be accepted at no charge until October 23, 2022. All substitutions must be for the same member type and rate and are at the discretion of chapter staff. No substitutions will be accepted after October 23, 2022 or if the course has a waiting list.

In the unlikely event that the chapter must cancel the course/conference, the chapter will provide a refund of registrations fees. APTA Hawaii will not be responsible for additional costs, such as travel, incurred by registrants.

The 2022 APTA Hawaii Fall Conference is sponsored by APTA Hawaii, the Hawaii chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. Pursuant to HRS section 461J-10.13, physical therapist and physical therapist assistant continuing competence units must be obtained from a provider or agency approved by the Hawaii Board of Physical Therapy. APTA Hawaii is a board-approved provider of continuing competence units and certifies that this course is applicable to the physical therapy scope of practice in the state of Hawaii. PTs and PTAs from other states who wish to attend this course must contact their licensing board to determine if the course meets the continuing competence rules and guidelines for their state and/or licensing board.

If you have any questions about this conference, please contact us at or (800) 554-5569.