Physical Therapy CEU Courses



Comprehensive Evidence Based Physical Therapy CEU Courses designed to meet your state requirements and advance your patient care.

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Live Physical Therapy CEU Courses - North American Seminars®

Physical therapists have to stay current with the latest evidence-based evaluation and treatment techniques. In addition to meeting state licensing requirements, today’s physical therapists have to demonstrate their skills to retain and advance their careers. For twenty-five years, North American Seminars, Inc. has been offering physical therapy ceu courses designed to deliver a high-quality learning experience.

Our live physical therapy CEU courses are presented as live interactive webinars, two-day in-person courses (select locations), virtual classroom, and private facility training events. Our webinars and virtual classroom courses are unique in that they combine live interaction with studio filming of patient case studies, medical experts, and laboratory exercises. This format provides the best visual experience and minimizes hours watching a talking head.

North American Seminars live physical therapy CEU courses provide hundreds of hours of orthopedic, vestibular, cancer, neurological, and geriatric rehabilitation topics and are approved for continuing education credit in the state that they are offered.

The most popular live physical therapy CEU courses today, October 28, 2020

soccer players with anatomical view of the muscles of the lower extremity
Lower Extremity Orthopedic and Sports Injuries in the Young Athlete


The increase in adolescent participation in competitive sports has given rise to an ever growing population of young adult with orthopedic injuries. These injuries due to the age of the individual can be have lasting impact of the quality of life of the athlete if they are not properly managed. This course will identify the latest evidence on tools to prevent, diagnose, and treat injuries unique to the youth athlete. Special emphasis will be spent on understanding the effects of maturational status on motor planning and injury risk.

November 14, 2020 - November 14, 2020 presented at Interactive Online Webinar 8:00 AM to 5:50 PM, Central Time

Delivered: Live

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fifty five year old male patient with stroke indication to the anatomical brain tissue structure of the right hemisphere of the humam brain
Stroke - Impacting the Under 55 Year Old Population


There has been a recent increase in the incidence of strokes in the younger population, with respect to shorter hospital stays, decreased reimbursement and limited long-term rehabilitation options, a young stroke victim can lead a lifetime of disability with significant financial burden and isolation. This course will discuss the need to optimize care from the acute care setting to the home care setting to improve a young stroke patients quality of life. Important concepts will be presented to prepare the young stroke patient on how to reenter the community and live a productive quality of life.

November 14, 2020 - November 14, 2020 presented at Interactive Online Session 12 PM to 3 PM Pacific Time, 2 PM - 5 PM Central Time, 3 PM - 6 PM Eastern Time

Delivered: Live

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a hip joint anatomy showing skeletal structure of an elderly patient indicating the rehab assocaited with older patient fractures and joint replacement
Geriatric Fractures and Joint Replacements


Mobility is one of the most important factors when dealing with post-op fracture repair. Understanding the mechanisms of injury, surgical procedures and healing process will provide you with the ability to develop an appropriate progressive rehab program. Learn the essentials in this course to enhance, mobility, proprioception, motor skills and overall functional ability.

December 5, 2020 - December 6, 2020 presented at UW Medical Center Northwest Campus Seattle, WA

Delivered: Live

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