October 19-20, 2019
Orthotic management serves many therapeutic purposes, with the essential function to assist with optimal alignment for function. Pediatric orthotic management requires an interdisciplinary team approach to maximize each child’s outcome. The team of OT, PT and orthotist needs to consider the materials, the fit, and the adaptability of the device, as well as the individual functional goal of the child. This two day interdisciplinary course will introduce clinicians to evaluation techniques to assist in determining the most appropriate orthotic device for the child and will focus on current trends in orthotic management including assessment and problem solving using case study videos.
Texas Children’s Hospital
Feigin Center 14th floor conference room D
Houston, Texas 77030
Course Fee: One course: $400.00
Web registration: http://www.texaschildrens.org/health-professionals/education/pmr