Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants now have access to seven brand new, premium Seminar-on-Demand continuing education courses! Take a look at what we've added to our already robust continuing education catalog:
The human spine includes pain referral patterns from nearly every system in the body. Determining appropriate treatment interventions and the appropriate patients to refer to another healthcare provider can be an intimidating undertaking for clinicians. This course uses the best evidence for performing spinal assessment techniques in the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacroiliac regions to differentiate potential musculoskeletal diagnosis from non-musculoskeletal diagnosis so that the participant can become more efficient while improving their standard of care.
In todays changing healthcare world it is becoming more crucial than ever for therapist to accurately assess and screen patients quickly and effectively. This course uses the best evidence for performing lower extremity assessment techniques to differentiate potential musculoskeletal diagnosis for the lower extremities so that the participant can become more efficient while improving their standard of care.
This course uses the best evidence for performing upper extremity assessment techniques to differentiate potential musculoskeletal diagnosis for the upper extremities so that the participant can become more efficient while improving their standard of care.
This multimodal approach covers common orthopedic conditions of the upper extremity such as rotator cuff syndrome/repair, adhesive capsulitis, shoulder arthroplasty, and elbow disorders. It also covers common orthopedic conditions of the lower extremity such as osteoarthritis of the hip, knee and ankle, hip disorders, and hip and knee arthroplasty.
This course is an intensive study in assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal imbalances that influence posture and movement. Introductory craniosacral releases are presented to release abnormal tension in the craniosacral system, including sacrum, frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital and mandibular releases.
As the elderly population grows, there is an increasing need for skilled hands-on care to address the challenges of aging. Therapeutic massage has proven to be beneficial in reducing some of the symptoms of medical conditions associated with aging, and improving quality of life in the golden years. This course discusses age-related changes in health and physiology.
Telepractice, the practice of providing treatment and services from a distance, represents a rapidly growing opportunity in the field of rehabilitation. Clinicians wanting to stay ahead of the curve need solid advice on how to establish and expand their own telepractice. Practical skills, techniques, technology, and tools that a clinician can use to most effectively use telepractice to treat patients and expand business are crucial. This course primarily focuses on how to start and grow a telepractice.
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