Wellness, Education
& Renewal

POWER 2021 Update

Celebrating 10 years in 2020, the Providing Opportunities for Wellness, Education and Renewal (POWER) Symposium is geared toward specialty retailers catering to customers’ wellness needs, including DMEs, women’s and hospital boutiques, O&Ps and medical centers. Together with industry leaders and medical professionals, attendees exchange ideas on ways to re-energize business, better connect with customers and gain a new perspective on wellness.

After careful consideration, the POWER Symposium executive committee has decided to cancel POWER 2021. We’d hoped to host an in-person conference in New Orleans next March, but there is still a great amount of uncertainty around COVID-19. The health and safety of attendees, speakers and exhibitors is always our top concern, as is providing an incredible and valuable conference. Considering all the safety protocols we’d need to implement for 2021, we did not feel we could offer the same experience you’ve come to expect from POWER over the last 10 years. And most importantly, we do not want to place anyone at an unnecessary risk of exposure to the virus. We do look forward to continuing the successful POWER tradition and plan to host POWER 2022 in person. Details to come.

That said, we have good news! We will offer POWER Lymphatics, our track for lymphedema therapists, as a virtual conference, March 4 – 6, 2021. Previous POWER attendees will likely find the content interesting and applicable to the care you provide your customers with lymphedema and/or lipedema (and you can earn CEUs).

Register for POWER Lymphatics.

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“It’s great to network with others in our specialty business at POWER. You can take away a lot of good suggestions from them. The workshops cover a lot of great information. It’s also nice to see what the manufacturers have come up with to help us serve our customers better.”

“This was the first conference I’ve attended with DME representatives there to answer questions. I finally felt like I got the real answers. I also liked that the speakers were not pushing products, books or anything. Their topics covered great content.”

“The variety of topics was broad and covered much of what I wanted to learn. The workshops were interactive and the presenters made themselves available for more questions. The best part was networking with other fitters who face similar challenges and helping each other with tips.”