Current Manual Therapy and Neuromuscular Stabilization Concepts for the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint February 20, 2016 - February 21, 2016-- PT Works Los Altos, CA
Geriatric Pain and Mobility February 20, 2016 - February 21, 2016-- Northwest Hospital and Medical Center Seattle, WA
The Running Course - The Next Step February 20, 2016 - February 21, 2016-- Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Oakland, CA
Geriatric Posture and Performance - A Joint by Joint Mobility and Stability Approach February 27, 2016 - February 28, 2016-- San Ramon Regional Medical Center San Ramon, CA
Speed, Agility and Quickness Training February 27, 2016 - February 28, 2016-- Texas Children's Hospital Houston, TX
A Dynamic Systems Approach to Neurological Rehabilitation March 5, 2016 - March 6, 2016-- Huntington Hospital Pasadena, CA
Orthopedic and Sport Taping March 5, 2016 - March 6, 2016-- UHS-Summerlin Hospital Las Vegas, NV
Advanced Management of Breast Cancer Rehabilitation March 12, 2016 - March 13, 2016-- Multicare-Good Samaritan Puyallup, WA
Evidence Based Rehab Techniques for Parkinsons, Multiple Sclerosis and Peripheral Neuropathy March 12, 2016 - March 13, 2016-- Aurora Rehabilitation Center Kenosha Kenosha, WI
Myofascial Release - From Surface to the Depths March 12, 2016 - March 13, 2016-- Vital Rehabilitation Chicago, IL
Geriatric Posture and Performance - A Joint by Joint Mobility and Stability Approach March 12, 2016 - March 13, 2016-- Northwest Hospital and Medical Center Seattle, WA
PNF and Beyond to Enhance Functional Gait March 19, 2016 - March 20, 2016-- San Ramon Regional Medical Center San Ramon, CA
Developing Post Surgical Rehab Programs for the Cervical and Lumbar Spine March 19, 2016 - March 20, 2016-- Northwest Hospital and Medical Center Seattle, WA
Geriatric Pain and Mobility March 19, 2016 - March 20, 2016-- UHS-Summerlin Hospital Las Vegas, NV
Orthopedic and Sport Taping March 19, 2016 - March 20, 2016-- Aurora Medical Center Kenosha, WI
Build your knowledge of the top treatment protocols for the post surgical spine patient with this exciting online/DVD continuing education course. Carol McFarland, PT, PhD, OCS focuses entirely on treatment of the post surgical spine patient with discussion and demonstration of specific rehabilitation exercises and treatment protocols. Gain insight into the actual surgical process with an extensive interview conducted by Carol with a board certified neurosurgeon. Specific case studies are discussed focusing on kyphoplasty, vertebroplasy, artificial disk replacement, lumbar spine fusion and lumbar laminectomy for spinal stenosis.
Everyone gets a headache right? We've taken Dr. Chris Durall, PT, DPT, SCS, LAT, CSCS expertise with the cervical spine and focused it on Cervicogenic headaches. The DVD is an awesome tool for cervical spine and upper thoracic evaluation and treatment self study and practice. The online education takes that information and applies it to the evaluation and treatment of cervicogenic headaches. We integrated some 3D anatomical motion animation and shot this movie with multiple camera angles to enhance your ability to understand the techniques
SI Joint Pain? Michael P. Reiman , PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT, CSCS reprises his star roll in this comprehensive narration and demonstration of evaluation and treatment techniques for the SI joint. Multiple camera angles and close up detail shots ensure that your catching all the action. The SI Joint Evaluation and Treatment covers twenty-eight treatment techniques, including nine mobilizations and six muscle energy techniques. Michael P. Reiman also narrates and demonstrates twenty-seven examination techniques for the SI joint.
As a clinician, what can I do first with a patient being treated for mechanical lumbosacral region pain in order to provide the best outcome possible for him/her? In other words, what gives me the best chance to provide the most effective and prompt care with my first interventions in the treatment of mechanical lumbosacral region pain? This course will help to answer this question, as you will learn the manual and clinical reasoning skills necessary to restore function and decrease pain in these patients.
This geriatric continuing education course will take you through a logical progression of how to treat musculoskeletal and neurological pain, how to train the nervous system to move the body without recreating the pain response, and how to progress the patient through functional gains as they progress through the healing process. The patient population targeted is the aging patient. Discussion will include age related changes and special considerations needed for this clientele.
What makes a good runner? How can you minimize injuries and recovery time? Attend this course to build upon your skills to improve your clients stamina, biomechanics, balance, strength and much more. You will learn new manual therapy skills, stability exercises, taping techniques, running drills, and program development ideas. You will also learn many exercises and drills that will improve the strength, proprioception, and running skill of your clients of varying age groups and functional levels.