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The Internal and External Perspective to Treating Coccydynia 3/20-3/21/2015
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March 20 2015 - March 21 2015
Instructor: Dr. Lila Bartkowski-Abbate, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, WCS Coccyx pain is a common, frustrating condition for the patient who often has difficulty sitting. Patients who seek help from a pelvic rehabilitation provider have often experienced pain near the tailbone for long periods of time, leading to chronic pain in addition to neuromusculoskeletal dysfunctions. This two-day or 1.5 day continuing education course for both orthopedic and women's health therapists allows the therapist to focus on this vital, sensitive area to learn and refine skills in assessment and treatment. Tools ranging from manual (both external and internal) therapies, taping, therapeutic exercise, sitting modifications, modalities, and outcomes surveys will be included in the course.
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Introduction to Current Concepts in Clinical Management of the Running Athlete: An Evidence-Led Approach
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April 2 2015
This evening course explores pathomechanics, biomechanical patterns and performance variables that are linked to increased risk of injury in the running athlete. Course participants will have the opportunity to refine their skills through interactive case presentation, and will gain comprehensive understanding of the utility and relevance of video analysis in the clinical setting. Management for common overuse running injuries as well as performance enhancing strategies will be reviewed. Faculty: Colleen Brough, PT, DPT, MS, OCS and Wil Colón, PT, MS, SCS
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Advances in Examination & Treatment of Patients with Selected Knee Conditions, May 8-9, 2015
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May 8 2015 - May 9 2015
This two-day course provides the participants with advances in examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment strategies and outcomes research for patients with selected knee conditions. Various principles of practice of the master clinician, such as clustering of signs and symptoms and using an algorithm-based process will be discussed and practiced.Participants can expect to learn innovative and creative treatment interventions with various knee conditions. Case studies will be presented to facilitate effective treatment planning. Suggested treatment protocols and outcome measures will be emphasized throughout the course. Videos of examination and treatment techniques will be presented and discussed throughout the course. This is an interactive course that will provide didactic activities to encourage participants to integrate this information into the development of customized programs to enhance the quality care of their patients.
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