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Nov 14 - 15, 2020 | Contact Hours 13.5 | USD $435 | Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Improving Functional Performance for the Medically Complex Patient is organized by Education Resources, Inc. (ERI) and will be held from Nov 14 - 15, 2020 at Doylestown Health: Doylestown Hospital, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Accredation: • This course meets the criteria for 13.5 contact hours (1.35 CEUs). • Approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association #3043, for 13.5 contact hours - 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. • NBCOT professional development provider - 13.5 PDUs Course Description: This new 2-day course will provide you with relevant problem-solving and critical-thinking methods for evaluating and treating patients who have both acute and chronic disease processes. It will arm you with best practices for treating patients with multiple co-morbidities to maximize their functional outcomes. Topics covered will include integrating medical record review, lab values, imaging, medications, physician and surgeon consult notes, nurse-therapist communication, as well as social worker/case manager discharge planning into your treatment plan. Commonly used tests & measures such as 30-sec sit to stand, 5 rep sit-to-stand, FIST, TUG, Berg, DGI, FGA, 6MWT, and others will be practiced during breakout lab sessions. Much attention will be placed upon discussion about the expanding role of “PT/OT” throughout the two days as lab breakouts sessions and classroom-style discussion occur while the instructor presents case scenarios and working through evaluation and treatment plans. Specific to this course, the instructor allocates a 1-2 hour dedicated block of time where attendees will be allowed to lead his/her own case discussion. The information learned from this course can be taken back and implemented on Monday mornings. Content is clinically relevant to several settings including as Acute, Subacute, SNF, Home Health, and Outpatient.
Mulligan Concept - Spinal and Peripheral Manual Therapy Treatment Techniques for Upper Quarter© (Dec 05 - 06, 2020)
Dec 05 - 06, 2020 | CE Credits 13 | USD $525 | Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Mulligan Concept - Spinal and Peripheral Manual Therapy Treatment Techniques for Upper Quarter©¸ (A Lab Course) is organized by Northeast Seminars and will be held from Dec 05 - 06, 2020 at Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Target Audience: The Mulligan Concept courses are intended for only licensed physical therapists and other clinicians whose scope of practice includes mobilization/manipulative therapy. (PT, MD, DO, DC, OT) In order for PTA's or ATC's to attend, your state must allow you to perform mobilization/manipulative therapy. Accreditation: • PA Board of Physical Therapy Approved for 13 CE credits • NJ Board of Physical Therapy Examiners Approved for 13 CE credits • Northeast Seminars (BOC AP#P498) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 13 Category A hours/CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program. • Certificate of attendance is provided for Continuing Education (CE) credits, 13 hours Course Description: This two-day seminar presents Brian Mulligan's concepts of Mobilization with Movement as it applies to the cervical and upper thoracic spine and upper extremities. The course is designed for health care professionals licensed to perform joint mobilizations who wish to broaden their existing manual therapy skills for use within their defined scope of practice. It clearly outlines the indications for this new and simple approach to the application of manual therapy in clinical practice. Past Mulligan course feedback has indicated the need for a more detailed presentation of techniques along with the development of clinical reasoning skills. This seminar is designed to meet those needs. This course will enable participants to learn the indications for this new and simple approach to manual therapy in clinical practice. Past Mulligan course feedback has indicated the need for a more detailed presentation of techniques along with the development of clinical reasoning skills. This seminar is designed to meet those needs. This course is one of four courses leading to qualifications as a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP). The efficacy of this approach can be quickly and easily ascertained in clinic. MWM skills will be learned and it is an expectation of this course that those therapists with a normal caseload will find an immediate improvement in outcome measures with patients with restricted and/or painful movement. Learning Outcomes: All participants will gain an understanding of Mulligan's concept of mobilization with movement. The participant will have enhanced assessment skills when examining extremity and spinal joints. They will have the guidelines necessary to apply, when indicated, painless techniques joint function. As with all manual techniques, handling skills are paramount and, at the end of the program, the true professional will be able to further develop this new field of mobilization with movement. They will learn taping techniques to maintain correction of functional movement patterns. The most important outcome is that patients will benefit from this new approach. Learning Objectives: • Have an appreciation of the concept of the Mobilization with Movement approach. • Provide a thorough and in depth instruction and practice of the MWM techniques for the lower quarter • Develop the knowledge and manual skills to successfully apply and integrate the MWM techniques • Integrate taping techniques with Mobilization with Movement • Understand the guidelines for safe and effective technique selection • Improve clinical outcomes. Behavioral Objectives: Day 1: • Provide informed consent by describing one Mulligan Concept of Mobilization with movement technique to a patient with a joint dysfunction. • Perform 1 Mulligan, MWM technique, with correct hand placement to improve ROM in a patient with pain and dysfunction in the wrist joint. • Apply one taping technique to maintain proper radiocarpal joint alignment following a MWM in a patient with wrist pain and dysfunction. • Apply 1 NAG technique with correct hand placement in a patient with multi-directional cervical motion loss. • Demonstrate a RNAG in the upper thoracic spine for a patient with pain and loss of motion. • Demonstrate 2 SNAG techniques in the cervical spine to improve ROM and decrease pain in a patient with cervical dysfunction. • Instruct a patient in 1, self -SNAG technique to include in the HEP of a patient with cervical dysfunction. • Recognize 3, symptoms/conditions warranting a Differential Diagnosis in a person with headaches. • Apply a C2 Repositioning Headache SNAG to a patient with an acute headache. Day 2: • Demonstrate a MWM on a patient with shoulder pain originating from the spine. • Recognize 3 potential variations in treatment applications in a patient with UE pain requiring a spinal mobilization. • Instruct a patient in a self- spinal mobilization technique/MWM to address pain in the UE involving the spine. • Incorporate 1, MWM Belt technique, at the elbow joint in the rehabilitation program of a patient with elbow ROM loss. • Demonstrate 2 different MWM’s (with or without a belt) in a patient with pain at the AC joint. • Demonstrate a SNAG in a patient with limited thoracic mobility. • Discuss 2 indications of using a central SNAG over a unilateral SNAG.