Amputee Coalition 2015 National Conference

National Conference

Online registration for the Amputee Coalition National Conference is now closed, but you may still register on-site at the Conference being held at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort in Tucson, Arizona.

On-site registration will be open during the following hours:
Wednesday, July 22
Thursday, July 23
Friday, July 24
Saturday, July 25
3pm to 6:30pm
7:30am to 6:30pm
7:30am to 6pm
7:30am to 1pm

If you’re an amputee, spouse/family member/caregiver, support group leader or professional who works with the limb loss community, the Amputee Coalition 2015 National Conference is the place to be!

No other event for the limb loss community is as highly anticipated as the Amputee Coalition’s National Conference. Join us for three days of networking, education, clinics and adaptive sports and recreation! With nearly 1,000 attendees at the 2013 National Conference, it is the largest gathering of the limb loss community in the country! The Conference is a perfect opportunity to meet new friends, learn about new technology, and attend sessions to help live a full and productive life with limb loss.

The exhibit hall features manufacturers, companies and organizations that work with and provide products and services for people with limb loss. Talk to exhibit staff and other attendees to learn about the devices and equipment that are right for you.

Please note that registration for the gait analysis clinic, amputee sport and performance clinic, and the bilateral above-knee mobility clinic is available when filling out the online form this year. If you’re not able to sign up online, or before the conference, there will be limited opportunities to register on site at the conference as well. The Amputee Coalition makes every attempt to allow everyone who wants to participate to do so. Additionally, please be aware that in order to request an ADA room, you must do so through the Amputee Coalition’s room block, as all ADA rooms are reserved for our Conference and are assigned based on medical necessity.