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Aug 08 - 09, 2020 | Contact Hours 15 | USD $545 | Weymouth, Massachusetts
The Shoulder Complex is organized by Therapy Network Seminars (TNS) and will be held from Aug 08 - 09, 2020 at South Shore Hospital, Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America. Target Audience: This course is intended for PTs, PTAs, OTs, OTAs, and ATs Educational Credit: A certificate of attendance for 15 Contact Hourswill be awarded to each participant. All Therapy Network Seminars are pre‐approved for CEUs in the state where the course is conducted when required for PT, OT, ATs & Assistants. Seminar Description: Successful evaluation and treatment of the shoulder complex entails an accurate understanding of its normal and abnormal anatomy, pathomechanics and biomechanics. Treatment of the shoulder can be complex and confusing based upon the multitude of approaches that exist. By utilizing a systematic approach, therapists and athletic trainers may focus on a problem-solving basis to accurately and successfully evaluate patients with a variety of shoulder conditions. Included in this two-day workshop is an overview of the most common orthopedic conditions in which therapeutic intervention is indicated, evaluation and treatment schemes to promote successful outcomes and significant lab time. Attendees will further their development involving effective evaluation and treatment (surgical as well as non-surgical); including differential diagnosis, manual therapy, exercise prescription and evidence supported treatment techniques for the shoulder proper. Objectives: • Identify evidence supported treatment techniques used in shoulder rehabilitation • Perform modified examination techniques and “special test” based upon history, screening and stage of the condition e.g. acute vs chronic • Perform modified examination techniques and “special test” based upon history, screening and stage of the condition e.g. acute vs chronic • Perform basic and advanced mobilization and other manual therapy techniques to help facilitate normal recovery. • Demonstrate appropriate exercise prescription and dosing based on the stage of the condition and the recovery process. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 02 - 03, 2020 | Contact Hours 14.5 | USD $435 | Weymouth, Massachusetts
Therapeutic Evaluation and Treatment of Toe Walking (Pediatric Equinus Gait) is organized by Education Resources, Inc. (ERI) and will be held from Oct 02 - 03, 2020 at South Shore Hospital, Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America. Accreditation: • This course meets the criteria for 14.5 contact hours (1.45 CEUs). • Approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association #3043, for 14.5 contact hours (1.45 CEUs) - Intermediate Level Occupational Therapy Process: assessment, intervention. • The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA. Description: This lab-based course teaches practitioners to assess toe walking through a holistic view of the child, including biomechanics and sensory processing, to develop a systematic approach to devise an effective treatment plan. This course will change how you think about and treat children with equinus gait. This information is applicable to therapists in school-based, clinical, home, and hospital settings. This course will teach clinicians to develop interventions based on etiologies to produce successful long term outcomes. Through an organized evaluation procedure, specific data will be used to direct the clinician to potential etiologies. Causes and appropriate intervention strategies are identified in order to utilize a systematic approach to developing an effective treatment plan. This course challenges the clinician to ask the correct questions in order to form a systematic approach to treating the child who “toe walks.” As requested by previous participants. Cours Objectives: • Identify specific etiologies relevant to pediatric equinus gait. • Discuss etiology-specific & age-appropriate assessment & management strategies for this population. • Apply effective examination, evaluation, intervention and treatment strategies to toe walking in the pediatric population. • Design an effective & individualized treatment plan for the pediatric patient. • Explain the future consequences of incorrect intervention. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.