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Sep 12, 2020 | USD $140.00 | Princeton, New Jersey
4th Annual Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference - New Jersey Chapter is organized by American Case Management Association (ACMA) and will be held on Sep 12, 2020 at Crowne Plaza Princeton, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. Who Should Attend? • Case managers • Nurses • Social workers • Physician advisors • Physicians Description: The 2020 New Jersey Chapter Conference will be an opportunity to share knowledge and learn with case management and transitions of care professionals in health care. Gain new strategies and insights when you collaborate for care with your peers. Take advantage of this unique professional development event right in your backyard and improve patient outcomes. What Will You Get? • Innovative ideas you can immediately use • Updates on case management best practices from recognized innovators • In-depth discussion about the latest health care resources • Knowledge-sharing with like-minded peers • Interaction with the latest tools and products in the exhibit hall • Networking and education with dedicated professionals Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Myofascial Release and Soft Tissue Techniques to Improve Functional Outcomes and Reduce Pain (Sep 19 - 20, 2020)
Sep 19 - 20, 2020 | CME 15 | USD $475.00 | Princeton, New Jersey
Myofascial Release and Soft Tissue Techniques to Improve Functional Outcomes and Reduce Pain is organized by Healthclick and will be held from Sep 19 - 20, 2020 at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. Accreditation: The CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 15 hours of CME credit. Course Description: The field of fascial research is exploding with fascinating new knowledge about the role of fascia in sensory communication, force transmission, postural stability, cellular health, and much more. Gaining knowledge of this important three-dimensional structure in the body will enhance the clinician’s ability to improve outcomes in many diverse types of patient diagnoses including tendonitis, joint restrictions, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, and neurological hypertonicity caused by myoplastic hyperstiffness. This two-day, intermediate course provides the clinician with the appropriate assessment tools, palpation skills and manual techniques to improve patient function and reduce pain. There is extensive lab time to practice manual skills using multiple myofascial and soft tissue techniques to reduce guarding, calm the sympathetic pain response, and decrease restrictions of the myofascial structures. Specifically, these myofascial techniques include gross and local hands on skills, neural inhibition techniques, trigger point reduction, and more. The clinician will also learn progressive mobility exercises to enhance the outcomes after restrictive tissue is released. This class provides clinicians with the information and skills needed to successfully treat orthopedic and neurologically involved patients that present with fascial restriction. Clinicians’ will have the tools necessary to provide a comprehensive approach that includes hands on skills, patient education, exercises and functional mobility activities to achieve functional outcomes. The information and skills presented in this class will enhance the therapist’s ability to improve quality of life, functional mobility and decrease pain in a variety of common orthopedic diagnoses including acute injuries, musculoskeletal dysfunction, chronic injuries and post-surgical restrictions as well as affecting certain dysfunctions in neurological diagnoses such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s and stroke. Objectives: • Describe the multidimensional role of the fascial system to improve outcomes in multiple patient populations. • Identify myofascial restrictions leading to pain and dysfunction using standardized tools and assessment skills. • Discuss the complex role of the neuro-fascial communication system to treat chronic pain disorders.. Palpate restrictive tissue and structural tissue release. • Perform techniques gentle enough to treat highly sensitized patients while still gaining mobility and function. • Perform myofascial techniques for the following diagnoses: plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, total knee replacements, arthritis pain, IT band restrictions, elbow tendinitis, carpal tunnel, headaches and TMJ, Fibro¬myalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, post surgical scarring and cording. • Perform specific myofascial techniques to improve function and decrease pain for the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions, shoulder girdle, ribs, pelvic region, hip, upper and lower extremities.. • Perform techniques that assist with the functional mobility of patients with a neurological impairment such as stroke, Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis. • Identify the type of myofascial techniques to be used to decrease stiffness from neurological hypertonicity and rigidity that occurs in neurological diseases such as stroke, Parkinson’s, and MS. • Develop progressive rehab programs that include patient education, self-care skills, myofascial techniques and progressive exercises to maintain gains and improve overall function.
Oct 03 - 04, 2020 | Contact Hours 15 | USD $475.00 | Princeton, New Jersey
Restoring Synergy - Management of Complex Vestibular Dysfunction is organized by Healthclick and will be held from Oct 03 - 04, 2020 at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. This course has been approoved for a maximum of 15 contact hours / 15 ccu’s / 1.5 CEU’s. Course Description: This two-day advanced course is designed for physical therapists and occupational therapists, who have prior experience in vestibular rehabilitation and are seeking to refine their clinical evaluation and treatment skills beyond the basics. Therapists who are comfortable with their fundamental skills will find this course helpful at adding more treatment options to successfully treat the complex dizzy patient. Patient diagnoses discussed will include cervicogenic dizziness, atypical BPPV, Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD), Vestiublar migraine, Acoustic schwannoma, superior canal dehiscence and concussion. Focus will be placed on case study applications with careful analysis of history, diagnostic clinical findings and classification of dysfunctions to allow optimal customized treatment protocols. Clinical skills to be taught will include fistula screening, cervicogenic screening, BPPV treatments beyond the posterior canal (anterior/ horizontal canals), acoustic neuroma management including exposure to facial rehabilitation techniques, migraine screening and treatments, and identification/management of PPPD. All testing and treatment protocols presented will be evidence-based and clinically relevant to more effectively manage the dizzy patient. Lectures will intersperse the refining of clinical testing protocols with specific intervention strategies for a wide range of diagnoses. Instruction will be provided via lecture, video, lab, detailed demonstrations, small group discussion and case studies. Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual that will include sample documentation. Course Objectives: • Perform canalith repositioning maneuvers to treat canalathiasis and cuplulothiasis for all semicircular canals. • Recognize positional vertigo that has central etiology. • Identify psychological problems that can affect the management of vestibular problems and learn how to modify treatment interventions, plans and goals. • Recognize the role of Migraine as both primary (causing of distinct vertigious episodes) and secondary (traditional migraines leading to more persistent motion intolerance)contributor to dizziness and it’s impact on rehabilitation. • Identify appropriate patients for rehabilitation and appropriate referrals to other medical practitioners. • Perform a comprehensive oculomotor exam and interpret findings for clinical management of vestibular dysfunction. • Develop improved management skills for patients with stable peripheral vestibular hypofunction including basic facial rehabilitation, expected outcomes, and treatment progressions. • Identify the clinical presentation of patients with superior canal dehiscence (fistula) and current management strategies.
Oct 17 - 18, 2020 | CME 15 | USD $450.00 | Princeton, New Jersey
Comprehensive Management of the Elbow, Wrist and Hand is organized by Healthclick and will be held from Oct 17 - 18, 2020 at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME conference has been approved for a maximum of 15 hours of CME credit Course Description : This unique intermediate level course has been designed by an instructor that has worked closely with fellowship trained hand surgeons. This course will provide the medical professional with information needed to effectively evaluate and treat conditions of the elbow, hand and wrist through advanced clinical algorithmic solving. This course offers an in-depth look into the fascinating anatomy of the upper extremity. Specific complex case studies were selected to review treatment options of the elbow, wrist and hand and will be followed by in-depth discussion of the various rehabilitation approaches. This course will also provide information that will improve outcomes by providing information on how to build a cutting-edge upper extremity therapy program. Topics that will be discussed include: soft tissue injuries, flexor and extensor tendon repair and rehabilitation, edema management, scar remodeling, the stiff hand, fractures, splinting concepts and arthritis. Surgical considerations and techniques will be presented to assist the clinician with the development of a thorough treatment program. Special attention is provided to “clinical pearls” tips for the clinician in managing complex wrist and hand disorders. This course has been designed for the therapist to immediately apply the information in the clinical setting. This course is applicable for PT, PTA, OT, ATC. Objectives: • Describe detailed aspects of the anatomy and biomechanics of the elbow, wrist and hand. • Describe the correlation between the functional anatomy of the upper body and current surgical procedures to develop comprehensive therapeutic rehabilitation programs. • Describe carpal and phalanx fractures and understand treatment of both conservative and surgical intervention. • Identify the 3 phases of healing tissue and describe how clinical protocols are predicated on the stages of tissue healing. • Perform a thorough examination of the distal upper extremity, integrating biomechanical assessment with clinical problem solving. • Develop assessment techniques and treatment strategies of the elbow, wrist and hand to include soft tissue injuries, fractures, flexor and extensor tendon injuries, nerve compression and common arthritic problems
A Master Clinicians Approach to Advanced Concepts in Examination and Treatment of the Shoulder Complex (Nov 14 -15, 2020)
Nov 14 - 15, 2020 | CME 15 | USD $595.00 | Princeton, New Jersey
A Master Clinicians Approach to Advanced Concepts in Examination and Treatment of the Shoulder Complex is organized by Healthclick and will be held from Nov 14 - 15, 2020 at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America. Accreditation: This CME conference has been approved for a maximum of 15 hours of CME credit. Course Description : This two-day advanced course provides an in-depth analysis of the scientific and clinical rationale for examination and treatment of selected shoulder complex conditions. Over one-third of this course involves hands-on lab sessions utilizing case studies, clinical reasoning, differential diagnosis, and problem-solving skills. A particular focus will be on the algorithm-based examination format for the special tests of the shoulder. Updated evidence-based information on sensitivity/specificity and likelihood ratios of the tests will be thoroughly addressed. In addition, selected mobilization techniques, rhythmic stabilization, perturbation techniques, and open and closed chain exercises will be practiced in the laboratory sessions. Discussion of evidence-based rehabilitation will include the optimum exercises for rehabilitation of the shoulder complex, shoulder taping, proprioceptive/kinesthetic training techniques and the scientific basis for plyometrics. Emphasis will be placed on evidence-based practice incorporating the examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment intervention strategies and clinical outcome studies for patients with selected shoulder conditions. Specific testing and treatment algorithms provide the clinician with the tools to achieve maximum functional outcomes and reimbursement. Objectives: • Identify an understanding of the basic concepts and principles of evidence-based practice into one’s own clinical practice patterns. • Describe and utilize the resources available to research the current best practices. • Demonstrate an understanding of algorithm-based examination and evaluation of the shoulder complex. • Explain the key factors affecting clinical efficiency and accuracy when using an algorithm-based examination process. • Discriminate and evaluate the examination findings using clinical reasoning skills to develop successful therapeutic intervention programs. • Utilize a functional testing algorithm for clinical decision making for documentation for return to therapeutic activities and reimbursement. • Develop an integrated evidence-based (when available) and empirically-based rehabilitation program for specific dysfunctions of the shoulder. • Describe the selected shoulder disorders presented in this course and how the examination and evidence based treatments can enhance the patients’ ability to return to therapeutic activities. • Differentiate an understanding of the most recent advances in the examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment interventions and outcomes of selected shoulder disorders using evidence-based concepts. • Design effective outcome evaluation measures based on current evidence-based clinical and scientific information. • Utilize tests and measures that have good psychometric properties that facilitate returning the patient to therapeutic activities and provide objective documentation to support reimbursement