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.
George J. Davies, DPT, MEd, PT, SCS, ATC, LAT, CSCS, FAPTA, PES provides evidence based therapeutic exercises guidelines for developing rehabilitation programs for patients with various shoulder pathologies. Foundational exercises are described first to work each link in the kinematic chain in an isolated manner to build the “foundation” to progress to the advanced functional specificity exercises. After a solid foundation is established by working each link in the kinematic chain (muscle groups in the shoulder complex); then examples of advanced exercises are illustrated to be incorporated with different patients at selected times in their rehabilitation programs.
Have you ever struggled in treating a patient with Plantar Fasciitis? Have you considered that maybe the patient really did not have plantar fasciitis? Ever wonder if your patients poor foot alignment is a factor in their back, knee or hip pain? Dont know when a patient should have a custom orthotic? Then you owe it to yourself and your patients to take this online course. You will learn how to perform an effective differential diagnosis process for foot and ankle problems, learn what your text book may have failed to explain, and how biomechanics of the foot can create symptoms from the foot to the lumbar spine.
Optimize your understanding of comprehensive examination of older adults with orthopedic, neurologic, and cardiopulmonary diagnoses as well as other pathologies with an emphasis on integrating findings into the development of the plan of care.
An in-depth understanding of the anatomy of the elbow, wrist and hand is essential for successful rehab of injuries to this region. Misdiagnosis and improper rehab can lead to permanent dysfunction and impairment. This course will provide you with the essential information needed for the majority of common elbow, wrist and hand injuries as well as information that will help you develop progressive treatment programs which will improve motion and function.
How comfortable are you in managing a post-surgical patient? Are you dependent on generalized protocols, or can you think outside the box? Do you feel confident treating a post-op patient who walks into the clinic with bulky dressings and no prescription? Therapists who are empowered with the knowledge of healing properties of tissue, as well as the evidence to support specific treatments, find that clinical reasoning produces much better outcomes than standardized protocols. Attend this course to enhance your knowledge and rehab skills for the post-surgical elbow, wrist and hand patient.