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Knee Osteoarthritis: Overview, NonSurgical/Surgical Management and Physical Therapy Treatment
2 Hrs
Knee OA is prevalent in today's society with the active aging population. Physical therapists play an important role in restoring functi...
Knee OA is prevalent in today's society with the active aging population. Physical therapists play an important role in restoring function for these patients with nonsurgical and postoperative interventions.
2 Hrs
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Multiple Sclerosis: Physical and Occupational Therapy
2 Hrs
Patients with multiple sclerosis experience a variety of symptoms; it is often difficult to diagnosis because the disease's symptoms f...
Patients with multiple sclerosis experience a variety of symptoms; it is often difficult to diagnosis because the disease’s symptoms frequently mimic other diseases. There are multiple types of MS that will be discussed in this course. A patient’s functional abilities can vary depending on the type of MS that he/she is diagnosed with and how fast the disease progresses. Physical and occupational therapists play a key role in the treatment of patients with MS: It is important for these rehabilitation professionals to understand this disease.
2 Hrs
Online
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Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) and Neurological Disorders: The Latest Research
2 Hrs
This course includes the latest resources and research available for physical and occupational therapists regarding neuro-developmental ...
This course includes the latest resources and research available for physical and occupational therapists regarding neuro-developmental treatment (NDT). Additionally, this course will discuss the importance of NDT as a means to improve functional movement as it pertains to ambulation, transfers and mobility, as well as ADL performance.
2 Hrs
Online
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Pharmaceuticals and Physical Therapy: Movement with Medication
4 Hrs
Physical therapy and pharmacology have operated alongside each other for thousands of years. This course will prioritize essential compo...
Physical therapy and pharmacology have operated alongside each other for thousands of years. This course will prioritize essential components regarding pharmaceutical principles and will discuss common pharmaceutical categories relative to application in physical therapy clinical settings.
4 Hrs
Online
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Preventing Medical Errors: Patient Safety in Physical Therapy
2 Hrs
The purpose of this course is to identify common medical errors and causation in physical therapy practice and identify best practices f...
The purpose of this course is to identify common medical errors and causation in physical therapy practice and identify best practices for the analysis, reduction, and prevention of medical errors. The National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) of the Joint Commission, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Codes of Ethics, Florida Statutes, Chapter 486, and the Minimum Performance Standards for Physical Therapy Practice (revised July 2016), as well as the Department of Health and Human Services all serve as the foundations of this course.
2 Hrs
Classroom

Altamonte Springs, FL May 19, 2019

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Muscle Energy Techniques of the Spine & Extremities
Sun May 19 8:00 am-4:00 pm Ross Childs
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sun May 19
8:00 am

Muscle Energy Techniques of the Spine & Extremities

Ross Childs

Sun May 19
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

“No Pain, No Gain”. Rehab professionals, athletes, coaches and patients have all heard this phrase a time or two. The idea that experiencing pain made an individual stronger has been pervasive. Recent studies have shown, however, that pain is perceived as a threat by the brain, which in turn alters the body’s natural movement pattern to compensate. Fortunately, research has given us much more insight into the brain’s responses to pain and how to utilize techniques to decrease the threat response and improve function.



This one-day lab intensive course focuses on the theory and application of Muscle Energy Techniques. Attendees will explore the benefits of autogenic and reciprocal inhibition techniques of the spine and extremities to increase muscle facilitation, mobility, stability, and movement re-patterning to prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Through hands on lab sessions, case studies and lecture, this class will provide you with the knowledge to explain the multiple benefits of METs as well as the ability to implement each technique into daily practice.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

Altamonte Springs, FL May 18, 2019

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Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab
Sat May 18 8:00 am-4:00 pm Matt Kinne
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sat May 18
8:00 am

Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab

Matt Kinne

Sat May 18
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Therapeutic exercise is a fundamental building block in any rehabilitative plan of care. Knowing how to maximize this powerful tool using current evidence in the fields of rehabilitation, neuroscience, and exercise physiology is essential. In today’s managed care environment authorized visits are at a premium, making efficiency in each session imperative. Increasing functional and pain-free movement for the aging adult population is a growing need, and providing solutions for this population can be challenging. Carryover and compliance with home programs play an integral role in the rehabilitation process, therefore a strong understanding of how to create exercise plans that can be easily progressed and regressed for your patients varying ability levels is a must.
In this interactive course you will take a joint-by-joint approach to learning multiple exercises and their appropriate progressions and regressions, and practice the exercises as you go. Develop an understanding of Periodization in Rehabilitation, and discuss how to apply those principles to your plan of treatment. Stop guessing the number of sets and reps for each exercise when treating, and discover how to become more efficient in your exercise prescription to achieve better outcomes. This one-day course is appropriate for all patient populations and rehabilitation specialties and can be instantly applied when

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

St. Petersburg FL May 18, 2019

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Muscle Energy Techniques of the Spine & Extremities
Sat May 18 8:00 am-4:00 pm Ross Childs
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sat May 18
8:00 am

Muscle Energy Techniques of the Spine & Extremities

Ross Childs

Sat May 18
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

“No Pain, No Gain”. Rehab professionals, athletes, coaches and patients have all heard this phrase a time or two. The idea that experiencing pain made an individual stronger has been pervasive. Recent studies have shown, however, that pain is perceived as a threat by the brain, which in turn alters the body’s natural movement pattern to compensate. Fortunately, research has given us much more insight into the brain’s responses to pain and how to utilize techniques to decrease the threat response and improve function.



This one-day lab intensive course focuses on the theory and application of Muscle Energy Techniques. Attendees will explore the benefits of autogenic and reciprocal inhibition techniques of the spine and extremities to increase muscle facilitation, mobility, stability, and movement re-patterning to prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Through hands on lab sessions, case studies and lecture, this class will provide you with the knowledge to explain the multiple benefits of METs as well as the ability to implement each technique into daily practice.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

dnu St Petersburg, FL May 19, 2019

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Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab
Sun May 19 8:00 am-4:30 pm Matt Kinne
Approval #: pending approval Sponsor Code: 50-4007
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sun May 19
8:00 am

Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab

Matt Kinne

Sun May 19
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs
Therapeutic exercise is a fundamental building block in any rehabilitative plan of care. Knowing how to maximize this powerful tool using current evidence in the fields of rehabilitation, neuroscience, and exercise physiology is essential. In today’s managed care environment authorized visits are at a premium, making efficiency in each session imperative. Increasing functional and pain-free movement for the aging adult population is a growing need, and providing solutions for this population can be challenging. Carryover and compliance with home programs play an integral role in the rehabilitation process, therefore a strong understanding of how to create exercise plans that can be easily progressed and regressed for your patients varying ability levels is a must.
In this interactive course you will take a joint-by-joint approach to learning multiple exercises and their appropriate progressions and regressions, and practice the exercises as you go. Develop an understanding of Periodization in Rehabilitation, and discuss how to apply those principles to your plan of treatment. Stop guessing the number of sets and reps for each exercise when treating, and discover how to become more efficient in your exercise prescription to achieve better outcomes. This one-day course is appropriate for all patient populations and rehabilitation specialties and can be instantly applied when you return to your clinic.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

St. Petersburg, FL May 19, 2019

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Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab
Sun May 19 8:00 am-4:00 pm Matt Kinne
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sun May 19
8:00 am

Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab

Matt Kinne

Sun May 19
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Therapeutic exercise is a fundamental building block in any rehabilitative plan of care. Knowing how to maximize this powerful tool using current evidence in the fields of rehabilitation, neuroscience, and exercise physiology is essential. In today’s managed care environment authorized visits are at a premium, making efficiency in each session imperative. Increasing functional and pain-free movement for the aging adult population is a growing need, and providing solutions for this population can be challenging. Carryover and compliance with home programs play an integral role in the rehabilitation process, therefore a strong understanding of how to create exercise plans that can be easily progressed and regressed for your patients varying ability levels is a must.
In this interactive course you will take a joint-by-joint approach to learning multiple exercises and their appropriate progressions and regressions, and practice the exercises as you go. Develop an understanding of Periodization in Rehabilitation, and discuss how to apply those principles to your plan of treatment. Stop guessing the number of sets and reps for each exercise when treating, and discover how to become more efficient in your exercise prescription to achieve better outcomes. This one-day course is appropriate for all patient populations and rehabilitation specialties and can be instantly applied when

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

Cape Coral, FL May 30, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
Thu May 30 8:00 am-4:00 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Thu May 30
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Thu May 30
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs
Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative. In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strategies to provide functional analysis and create custom rehab exercises in both our non-operative and post-operative patients to optimize functional return and deter re-occurrence of injury. The clinical techniques covered in this course can be easily integrated into the clinic or home the next day.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

Ft. Lauderdale, FL May 31, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
Fri May 31 8:00 am-4:00 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Fri May 31
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Fri May 31
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative.


In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strat

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Location to be Announced
Classroom

Lakeland, FL June 1, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
Sat Jun 1 8:00 am-4:00 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sat Jun 1
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Sat Jun 1
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative.


In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strat

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Location to be Announced
Classroom

Lakeland, FL June 1, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip & Knee
Sat Jun 1 8:00 am-4:30 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Approval #: pending approval Sponsor Code: 50-4007
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sat Jun 1
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip & Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Sat Jun 1
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs
Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative.

In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strategies to provide functional analysis and create custom rehab exercises in both our non-operative and post-operative patients to optimize functional return and deter re-occurrence of injury. The clinical techniques covered in this course can be easily integrated into the clinic or home the next day.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

Tampa, FL June 8-9, 2019

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IASTM: Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Soft Tissue Manual Tool Certification Level 1
Sat Jun 8 8:00 am-4:00 pm Paul Colosky
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
13 Hours

Location to be Announced
13 Hours
13 HrsHours
13 HrsHours
Sat Jun 8
8:00 am

IASTM: Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Soft Tissue Manual Tool Certification Level 1

Paul Colosky

Sat Jun 8
8:00 am
$599.00
13 Hrs

Why get a STMT Certification?

Not only will you master the skills needed to incorporate IASTM techniques into your practice, but on completing the course you will be able to approach multiple IASTM tool options with confidence.

How does the course work?

Get ready for a two day intensive, hands-on CE experience unlike any other. The certification consists of 3 hours of online content, which is a prerequisite to the 14-hour live hands-on lab course. The online portion takes an in-depth look at the history and physiology of IASTM, movement principles and kinesiology taping, as well as fundamentals of each technique in order to develop a foundational understanding to prepare you for the live course.

During the 14-hour lab portion, you will explore and discuss various corrective exercises and kinesiology taping strategies that allow for the continued positive outcomes provided by IASTM, focusing on the combination of neurophysiological principles of manual therapy combined with the proposed mechanical effects of increased tissue perfusion, the localized inflammatory response, and speed of tissue healing. 

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Location to be Announced
Classroom

Coral Springs, FL June 22 & 23, 2019

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Complete Shoulder Rehabilitation
Sat Jun 22 8:00 am-3:30 pm Robert McCabe
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
12 Hours

Location to be Announced
12 Hours
12 HrsHours
12 HrsHours
Sat Jun 22
8:00 am

Complete Shoulder Rehabilitation

Robert McCabe

Sat Jun 22
8:00 am
$369.00
12 Hrs

Think past the pulleys and bands and develop fresh ideas for treating your shoulder patients! With the prevalence of shoulder injuries across all patient populations, a thorough understanding of multiple treatment options is imperative for every rehabilitation therapist. Learning new ways to properly assess and treat both surgical and non-surgical shoulder cases can improve patient outcomes and provide long-lasting, positive results. 


Acclaimed clinician and speaker Robert McCabe presents this dynamic 2-day comprehensive shoulder rehab course designed to enhance your knowledge of cutting-edge assessment and treatment options. Learn multiple  assessments to help you more accurately uncover the cause of the patient’s diagnosis in order to provide more targeted and effective treatment. Through interactive labs, explore proper progressions and regressions of corrective exercises. Hands-on practice with Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization will give you a strong foundation to utilize tools to enhance shoulder therapy. You will leave this course well prepared to successfully implement functional and comprehensive treatment plans for your shoulder patients.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 3:30 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Location to be Announced
Classroom

Ft. Myers, FL July 20-21, 2019

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IASTM: Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Soft Tissue Manual Tool Certification Level 1
Sat Jul 20 8:00 am-4:00 pm David Doyle
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
13 Hours

Location to be Announced
13 Hours
13 HrsHours
13 HrsHours
Sat Jul 20
8:00 am

IASTM: Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Soft Tissue Manual Tool Certification Level 1

David Doyle

Sat Jul 20
8:00 am
$599.00
13 Hrs

Why get a STMT Certification?

Not only will you master the skills needed to incorporate IASTM techniques into your practice, but on completing the course you will be able to approach multiple IASTM tool options with confidence.

How does the course work?

Get ready for a two day intensive, hands-on CE experience unlike any other. The certification consists of 3 hours of online content, which is a prerequisite to the 14-hour live hands-on lab course. The online portion takes an in-depth look at the history and physiology of IASTM, movement principles and kinesiology taping, as well as fundamentals of each technique in order to develop a foundational understanding to prepare you for the live course.

During the 14-hour lab portion, you will explore and discuss various corrective exercises and kinesiology taping strategies that allow for the continued positive outcomes provided by IASTM, focusing on the combination of neurophysiological principles of manual therapy combined with the proposed mechanical effects of increased tissue perfusion, the localized inflammatory response, and speed of tissue healing. 

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Classroom

Melbourne, FL July 27, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
Sat Jul 27 8:00 am-4:00 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sat Jul 27
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Sat Jul 27
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative.


In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strat

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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Location to be Announced
Classroom

Tampa, FL July 28, 2019

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Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee
Sun Jul 28 8:00 am-4:00 pm Terry Rzepkowski
Sponsor Code: 50-4007 Elective
7 Hours

Location to be Announced
7 Hours
7 HrsHours
7 HrsHours
Sun Jul 28
8:00 am

Assessment and Clinical Strategies for Total Joint Replacement of the Hip and Knee

Terry Rzepkowski

Sun Jul 28
8:00 am
$219.00
7 Hrs

Total Joint Replacements are the fastest growing segment of orthopedic surgery. Tens of millions of Americans are currently diagnosed with arthritis of the hip and knee with a dramatic increase in these diagnoses projected over the next decade. As a result, an increase in Total Joint Replacement surgeries is also predicted. Clinicians must have a good working knowledge of non-surgical conservative interventions for this patient population. With the recent changes in Medicare, knowing the correct approach and how to properly document your therapy with patients is imperative.


In this up-to-date 1-day seminar, you will gain the knowledge to identify and deter the progression of degenerative changes, and manage this ever growing segment of clients for the rehab professional. Dr. Rzepkowski will give you the necessary tools to clinically identify common orthopedic problems of the Hip and Knee and understand the rehab implication of various surgical techniques for repair. Attendees will gain useful prevention strategies of youth injury, clinical identification of joint pathology, and functional rehab interventions for all ages including total joint replacements. Using videos of surgical procedures and hands-on labs, Dr. Rzepkowski will demonstrate changes before and after intraoperative repair. Attendees will learn how to use electronic strat

Registration will begin at 7:45 am. Class will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm with breaks throughout the day.

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