Massage: Video: Clinical Practice Guidelines for Low Back Pain

33.00
Online
Elective
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Participants will be introduced to thecurrent evidence-based approach to management of low back pain using ClinicalPractice Guidelines from the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Section of theAmerican Physical Therapy Association with clinical reasoning. As payers andmedical practitioners increasingly depend on evidence-based Guidelines,clinicians must utilize published recommendations when selecting examinationtools and designing therapeutic programs to direct functional outcomes and tooptimize documentation for reimbursement. CPGs are intended to complement theclinical reasoning process of clinicians, not to provide a mandated protocolfor making decisions about patient management. Understand the terminology andrecommendations used in the CPG for low back pain. Select the proper impairmentcategories for your patients with low back pain for a more accurate match totheir medical diagnosis, and choose recommended interventions to promotefunctional outcomes. Recognize what intervention types to utilize for specificimpairment categories based on current evidence to successfully address lowback pain and its related limitations.

Presented by HomeCEU
This course is a video, on demand course.

HomeCEU is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. HomeCEU is awarding the contact hours for this course.

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Video: Clinical Practice Guidelines for Low Back Pain

33.00

Participants will be introduced to thecurrent evidence-based approach to management of low back pain using ClinicalPractice Guidelines from the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Section of theAmerican Physical Therapy Association with clinical reasoning. As payers andmedical practitioners increasingly depend on evidence-based Guidelines,clinicians must utilize published recommendations when selecting examinationtools and designing therapeutic programs to direct functional outcomes and tooptimize documentation for reimbursement. CPGs are intended to complement theclinical reasoning process of clinicians, not to provide a mandated protocolfor making decisions about patient management. Understand the terminology andrecommendations used in the CPG for low back pain. Select the proper impairmentcategories for your patients with low back pain for a more accurate match totheir medical diagnosis, and choose recommended interventions to promotefunctional outcomes. Recognize what intervention types to utilize for specificimpairment categories based on current evidence to successfully address lowback pain and its related limitations.

Presented by HomeCEU
This course is a video, on demand course.

HomeCEU is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. HomeCEU is awarding the contact hours for this course.