New event for prosthetics users will not exclude the trade, say organisers

ESHER, ENGLAND – AUGUST 10: Jockeys make their way to the parade ring at Sandown Park racecourse on August 10, 2017 in Esher, England. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

Independent event organiser, The Positive Event Partnership, has launched a new annual event specifically for prosthetics and orthotics end-users.

 The lifestyle event which will take place at Sandown Park, Surrey (pictured) on 29-30 March 2019, is supported by The British Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Amputee Rehabilitation (BACPAR) and the charity, Limbcare.

It will present a wide range of products, services and opportunities to P&O end users looking for an improved lifestyle.

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Limitless Living UK presents an opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers, charities and associations, lifestyle, sporting, leisure and activity groups, service organisations and clinics to meet the prosthetics and orthotics end-user and present choice, innovation and information specific to each individual’s mobility aspirations.

Exhibitors showcasing their products and services will benefit from the opportunity to conduct research and development, generate new business and network.

There will also be the opportunity to advise end-users on a wider range of products, services and opportunities than end users may currently be aware of, as they are unavailable on the NHS.

The event, which will include an exhibition, feature, demonstration and content programme, aims to provide an annual focal point for the UK prosthetics and orthotics community.

Organisers say that although the event is end-user focused, the trade is “integral” to the community and therefore “very welcome to attend”.

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