New Presenter Spotlight: Cynthia Watkins PT, DPT, CHT

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New Presenter Spotlight:


We have two new upcoming courses on the Hand! Both will be presented by Cynthia Watkins PT, DPT, CHT.
Cynthia is the Manager of Hand Therapy at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, PA. She completed her Masters in Physical Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University and received her DPT from Temple University. She has lectured at Temple University in the physical therapy and athletic training departments and also coordinates and lectures at the annual meeting of the Rothman Hand Conference. She has several peer reviewed journal and book publications. Cynthia has been working in hand therapy for over eighteen years.

Please stay tuned to for the release of the following courses:
“Common Hand Surgeries and Rehabilitation,”
“Hand Injuries in Sports.”

New Course on Hip and Knee Replacements Coming Soon!

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Course description:
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 Objectives:
•Review the evolution of the total knee and hip arthroplasty procedure and what this means for the world of rehab
•Review demographic information of lower extremity joint arthroplasties
•Discuss how rehabilitation care has evolved to meet the demands of our patients and health care payers
•Review the newest advances in research for treatment of total joint arthroplasties
•Review post operative precautions and discuss if they are necessary

Stay tuned for the release of this new course!

New Course on Parkinson’s Disease

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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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Approved Provider in California

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

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

All courses and Bundles are on sale 20% off this week when you enter code SPRING20 at check out.

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!

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.

Upcoming Course #1


Course Title:
Motor Control: Principles and Correctives
Kristen Wilson PT, DPT, GCS, NDT Trained
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
Kristen Wilson PT, DPT, GCS, NDT Trained
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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Brand New Courses!

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We promised in our 2016 End of Year Message that 2017 would be full of exciting announcements, so without further ado is pleased to announce yet another brand new course! This is the second one we have released so far this year and we aren’t even 10 days into the year yet! In addition to the “New Physical Therapy Evaluation & Re-Evaluation CPT Codes” course we released last week, we have just released the highly anticipated “Introduction to Yoga: Incorporating Yoga into your Physical Therapy Practice” course as well.


Yoga has become a popular term in Western Medicine, but often there are misconceptions about what yoga really is. In this course, learn the definitions of yoga and mindfulness and how they relate to physical therapy, and learn about the research backing up the use of yoga and mindfulness in clinical practice. As physical therapists, it is important to be aware of alignment in yoga poses and basic poses commonly seen in a yoga practice, as yoga related injuries are often seen in an outpatient orthopedics setting. Aspects of yoga and yoga breathing can also be an effective tool that can be used in the treatment of patients, especially those with chronic illnesses.

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2016 Year End Message

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As 2016 comes to a close would like to thank you all for your continued support and patronage throughout the year. We have a lot to look forward to in 2017, including new courses, new presenters, and multiple expansions! We have had a great 2016 and would love to share some highlights with you.

This year we have expanded our course offerings by these amazing courses:
NDT 2: Neurofacilitation of Transfers: Exploring Pivot Transfers and Sit to/from Stand Using Manual Facilitation Techniques
Oncology Rehabilitation: Introduction to Oncology Rehab; Safely and Effectively Working With the Cancer Patient

We are proud of our esteemed and diverse course presenters. This year, we introduced new Presenter Angela Wicker-Ramos PT, DPT, CLT- LANA to our already impressive list.

On top of adding the above mentioned exciting new courses and presenters, has expanded our course approvals in multiple states as well. Course reviews still continue to be excellent as satisfied Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants enjoy the affordable, convenient, and accredited format we provide. Our sales this year have been strong as we continue to grow our company and expand our offerings.

We are currently working hard to bring you new, exciting courses in 2017 including a third NDT course, and a brand new course on Yoga and the Physical Therapist, so stay tuned!

This year, our very own Co-Founder, William Lois PT, DPT, was featured on a segment The Morning Blend to talk a little PT! Milwaukee’s local, live morning talk show starring hosts Molly Fay and Tiffany Ogle. The Morning Blend showcases local businesses, non-profits, events and celebrities. proudly shared this exciting press release with our clients and colleagues in 2016:
Our social media continues to boom with information and discounts! This year we posted a New Graduate Spotlight that garnered much attention. We even participated in the Mannequin Challenge! Please consider following us on our social media sites for updates and giveaways, if you are not already:

This year, our PT Jobs Board has grown as well. You can search for jobs and apply for free. You can also post your PT and PTA jobs for only $99 for 90 days!’s free search is a great resource for physical therapists and physical therapy assistants seeking new jobs and employment opportunities.

We thank you all for being such an important part of our wonderful 2016! We promise the upcoming year will be full of new courses and presenters, new approvals and expansions, and exciting announcements! We are looking forward to sharing a wonderful 2017 with you all!
We wish you and your family a joyous Holiday season, and a prosperous new year!

New Course Coming Soon!

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In our upcoming course titled “Introduction to Yoga: Incorporating Yoga into your Physical Therapy Practice” course takers will learn how to:
• Educate patients on body mechanics and posture, and how breathing patterns effect body mechanics and posture.
• Incorporate aspects of mindfulness into how we educate patients.
• Educate patients on benefits of proper breathing patterns, and how breathing and proper movement can be used to manage stress and physical symptoms.
• Injury prevention and screening based on movement patterns and functional limitations/deficits.’s newest presenter is a Registered Yoga Instructor (RYT-200) and licensed DPT who has been teaching yoga for over 6 years. Stay tuned to for a full Presenter bio, more exciting course details, and release dates!


Happy Thanksgiving from!

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Happy Thanksgiving from!

Here at we are thankful for our customers. Thank you for choosing the affordable, convenient, accredited option for your PT and PTA CEUs! We’d like to offer our loyal customers a 20% discount on your purchase of any course or bundle when you enter code “Thanks20” at checkout!

thanksStay tuned for some big announcements about upcoming courses and new approvals! We are always working hard to bring you new and exciting topics for your CEUs!

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New Graduate Spotlight on Lauren Bilski PT, DPT, PCBIS

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I had the pleasure of speaking with recent graduate, Dr. Lauren Bilski, to discuss her past and future in the Physical Therapy field. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dance at Drexel University in 2013 and most recently a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. She is now putting her degrees to work at Magee Rehabilitation.

During an online interview with Dr. Bilksi, she revealed that her past as a dancer and her childhood curiosity about how neurology worked contributed to her decision to become a Physical Therapist. She says, “Growing up as a ballet and modern dancer, movement has always been a very important and special part of my life. It was not until a young girl in one of my dance classes was affected by a serious neurological condition that I realized how incredibly valuable movement is and how easy it is to take for granted. I was inspired by her rehabilitation process and all that she has accomplished with the support of a wonderful family and an incredible team of therapists.” As a result Dr. Bilski was motivated to start working with children who suffer from brain injury at Camp Cranium. She volunteered during the summers. She says of the experience, “One day at Camp Cranium was more than enough to get me hooked. The stories and achievements I have heard over the last eight years provided me with unyielding motivation and pushed me to realize my dream of becoming a physical therapist.”

Specifically, Dr. Bilksi says she is drawn to the field of Physical Therapy to help others. Her compassion for those in need is illustrated through her work. She goes on to say, “There is not a more perfect explanation than the APTA’s vision statement itself, ‘Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience.’ I am drawn to the physical therapy field as it is deeply rooted in motivation, empowerment and growth. Physical therapy is based on helping vulnerable people experience their lives to the fullest potential, liberating them to take control of their own health and supporting them in realizing their goals. Being able to play a critical role during this transition in someone’s life is an incredibly special and rewarding privilege that I am genuinely honored to share with them.”

In her studies, Dr. Bilksi especially favored the subject of neurology. She explains further, “There are two major reasons that I fell in love with the neurology coursework. First, there is something about neurology that comes intuitively to me, it makes sense. Being able to follow a pathway from lesion to symptoms is inherently satisfying and truly interesting. Secondly, neurology is rarely defined as black and white; there are so many unknowns and mysteries that have yet to be uncovered. The curiosities of the nervous system are never ending and always succeed in engaging my interests. I could not imagine a more exciting field to study than one that is constantly changing and evolving.

When discussing the hardest part of her coursework, Dr. Bilksi kept her response witty and lighthearted, “Cardiopulmonary was always the most challenging coursework for me. Obviously it is one of the most significant systems, yet it never came as easily to me as neurology and took much more effort until it fully clicked and I was able to take it to heart, no pun intended.”

She recently accepted a position within the Spinal Cord Injury Unit at Magee Rehabilitation. She notes the most rewarding part of her new position is when her patients make a breakthrough. Her favorite part of the job is “to experience the small victories with my patients. Many of them are facing their biggest challenges and have suddenly become dependent on the support and care of others. It is a notably difficult transition. I am very grateful to be present at this important juncture in my patients’ lives, earn their trust, and play a role in helping them regain independence and realize their fullest potential.”

While she is enjoying the new position, Dr. Bilski admits there are some challenges, but her positive outlook shines through even in tough situations. She says, “Not every day is a victory for my patients. With every success comes tremendous obstacles and sometimes failure. In addition to the challenges of being a new graduate and learning to trust my clinical judgment, the emotional burden can be difficult to accept. However, the more challenging the obstacles and sacrifices, the more rewarding the small victories become.”

As is a continuing education company for Physical Therapists, we discussed her thoughts on the importance of PT CEUs. She told us, “As a new graduate, I am genuinely very grateful for continuing education. In just three years of physical therapy school, I have personally observed the rapid evolution of the research and practice surrounding the physical therapy field. Continuing education is an opportunity to learn the ‘beyond entry level skills’ and advancing techniques to keep up with our progressive profession and to fully maximize our own internal potential.”

Our goal at is to provide interesting, convenient, affordable, and flexible CEUs to PTs and PTAs. When choosing future CEUs, Dr. Bilski says, “I hope to focus my continuing education courses on topics and interventions that will address the recovery challenges I see in my patients every day. I try to choose courses that are based in current research and have demonstrated clinically significant results. The most beneficial CEUs will be those that are engaging, push modern interventions and show the greatest evidence base for improving the lives and recovery of my patients.”

When asked how she sees herself involved in the physical therapy community in the next few years, she explained her plans for the future: “Being a part of the professional association has been a great experience for me and is a role I am excited to keep expanding on. In the next few years, I plan on continuing to take on a significant active role in the association by advocating for our patients and for our profession.” She fully believes in the APTA’s mission and supports its professional values and goals. She say, “The APTA is our voice as a profession, a duty of the utmost importance in unleashing the full potential of therapists throughout the nation. I look forward to continuing to contribute to that voice as well as spread the importance of the APTA to my fellow therapists.”

She sees herself expanding on her neurology studies and work. Dr. Bilski says, “I look forward to continuing to work in acute neurology rehabilitation and eagerly anticipate attaining my Neurological Clinical Specialty.”

It was wonderful to hear such enthusiasm for the Physical Therapy field from this recent graduate. We look forward to following her career and know she will bring her excitement and determination into everything she does.

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