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  • April 11, 2017

New Course Announced! New Courses Coming! Save Big on Bundles!

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Check out our recently released course titled, “The New Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Evaluation & Re-Evaluation Codes.” This is a Non-CEU Course that is free with your purchase of the Unlimited Bundle, PA CEU Bundle, or LA CEU Bundle!

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The 2017 CMS Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and AMA’s 2017 Current Procedural Terminology  (CPT®) manual contain 3 new codes evaluation codes for both Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy.  In addition, there is a new re-evaluation code for Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists in 2017.  The current PT and OT evaluation and re-evaluation codes will be replaced.  Commercial payers who are required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Acct (HIPAA) to use a standardized codes set (CPT) on their claims must use the most current version of CPT, which will include these new codes, though as we know from previous updates, not all will adopt the new codes immediately.   HIPAA does not apply to workers’ compensation or auto liability payers, but many of these payers also tend to use updated codes, as well.  To assure compliance with Medicare and other third party payers, the coding and documentation requirements for these new codes will be provided.  In addition, information regarding how the codes will be paid and audited by payers is provided in this session.
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Upcoming Course #1

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Course Title:
Motor Control: Principles and Correctives
Presenter:
Kristen Wilson PT, DPT, GCS, NDT Trained
Description:
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.

Upcoming Course #2

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Course Title:
Facilitation of Normal Gait: Using Manual Cues to Improve Stand and Swing Mechanics
Presenter:
Kristen Wilson PT, DPT, GCS, NDT Trained
Description:
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.

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