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  • August 14, 2017

August Announcements: State Approvals and Lots of New Courses!

Good Afternoon PTs and PTAs,

We have some very big and exciting news to share with you all. We are pleased to announce new state approvals and many new course releases.

PTWebucation.com is now an approved accredited provider in California, Texas, and we were recently re-approved in New York! That means all of our courses count for continuing education credits in those states (in addition to the many other states in which we’ve been previously been approved).

We are also delighted to announce many new courses and course writers are joining our very long list of excellent CEUs and Presenters. Here is the current list of courses we offer:

-Advanced Ethics for the Healthcare Professional
-An Evidence-Based Overview of Parkinson’s Disease
-Bed Rest
-Cervical Spine
“It’s A Pain In The Neck”
-Clinical Implications of the Physiological Changes of Aging: A Systems Review
-Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome: The Role of the Physical Therapist
-Demystifying the Pelvic Floor
-Diabetes
-Ergonomics: Value Added
-Ethics for the Healthcare Professional
-Evaluation, Treatment, and Return to Sport Strategies for the Long Distance Running Athlete
-Evidence Based Strategies for Managing Chronic LBP
-Facilitation of Normal Gait: Using Manual Cues to Improve Stand and Swing Mechanics
-Facilitating Normal Movement in Hemiplegia: An Introduction to Neurodevelopmental Technique (NDT)
-Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS): A Comprehensive Overview for Physical Therapists
-Functional Reporting: G Codes
-Getting a Handle on the Heel: A Clinical Approach to Treating Chronic Foot and Achilles Tendon Pain
-Hamstring Strains: Current Practice Standards of Diagnosis and Treatment
-Hand Surgeries and Rehab
-HIPAA
-Hypertension
-Introduction to Oncology Rehab; Safely and effectively working with the cancer patient
-Introduction to Yoga:
Incorporating Yoga into your
Physical Therapy Practice
-Medicare 101
-Motor Control: Principles and Correctives

-Neurofacilitation of Transfers: Exploring pivot transfers and sit to/from stand using manual facilitation techniques
-Patellofemoral Pain: From Evidence Based Research to Clinical Relevance
-Physical Therapy Management of the TMJ: An Updated Evidence-Based Approach
-Scapular Dyskinesis
-Sports Injuries of the Hand
-Strength Training Principles For Geriatrics
-The ACL: Why the Therapist Makes All the Difference
-The ever evolving joint: An updated guide to the rehabilitation of total hip and knee arthroplasty
-Understanding Balance: Strategies to Improve Evaluation Skills and Functional Treatment Technique
-Vestibular Rehabilitation I
-Vestibular Rehabilitation II
-Wound Care Essentials For The Physical Therapist
-FREE with UNLIMITED PACKAGE: The New Physical Therapy Evaluation & Re-Evaluation Codes

We recently told you about the release of our Yoga course which has been very well received by our Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants. We also told you about two upcoming courses on Gait and Motor Control. We are pleased to announce that these courses have been released as well as two others, including a brand new four-hour course (.4 CEUs) on Arthroplasty titled, “The ever-evolving joint: An updated guide to the rehabilitation of total hip and knee arthroplasty.”

This course is designed for physical therapists of all experience levels who are interested in the latest evidence, trends, and surgical approaches for total hip and knee arthroplasties. Over the past 10 years, much progress has been made in the field, however the knowledge being disseminated to many PTs is several years behind the latest trends in the surgical world. We will review non-op and operative management, surgical decision making and techniques,  treatment options and pearls. We will also delve into the controversial world of return to sport post-operatively and of hip precautions, among other things.

Course link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/arthroplasty/

 

Another course we are pleased to announce the recent release of is our Parkinson’s Disease course.

An Evidence-Based Overview of Parkinson’s Disease; 3 Hours (.3 CEUs)

This course will review the pathology, etiology and characteristics of Parkinson’s Disease. In addition, a thorough review of medication and surgical interventions will precede a comprehensive review of current evidence-based treatment techniques used in physical therapy.

Course link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/parkinsons-disease/

 

The two courses previously listed as upcoming have been released and well-received so far!

Facilitation of Normal Gait: Using Manual Cues to Improve Stand and Swing Mechanics; 3 Hours (.3 CEUs)

This course will review common principles of gait including general characteristics, critical events for each phase, and weight shift considerations. In addition, the course will discuss the training of stance and swing mechanics with an emphasis on manual facilitation. Lastly, the course will review bracing considerations and selection of a least restrictive assistive device for the patient with neurological compromise

Course link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/gait/

 

Motor Control: Principles and Correctives; 3 Hours (.3 CEUs)

This course will review common principles of motor control including theories, physiology, and training considerations. In addition, the course will discuss the causes of motor control dysfunction as well as ways to correct abnormal movement patterns. Lastly, an analysis of the squat and plank will help the learner identify common motor control dysfunctions and the correctives for each pattern.

Course link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/motor-control/

 

And lastly, we are excited to share that we have two new Hand Rehabilitation courses coming up. The courses will both be part of the unlimited bundle, can be taken individually, or can be taken as part of the two-course hand bundle which will be released at the same time:

Sports Injuries of the Hand; 2 Hours (.2 CEUs)

This course will review mechanism of injury, characteristics and associated populations of common hand and wrist sports injuries. In addition, a comprehensive review of current evidence-based treatment techniques used in physical therapy will be discussed.

 

Hand Surgeries and Rehab; 2 Hours (.2 CEUs)

This course will review the pathology, etiology and characteristics of Parkinson’s Disease. In addition, a thorough review of medication and surgical interventions will precede a comprehensive review of current evidence-based treatment techniques used in physical therapy.

 

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