Continuing Education
A series of continuing education workshops focused on providing hands-on edema management are scheduled for the Los Angeles and Chicago areas May, June, and August. The workshop are presented by the Oncology Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences has scheduled a 3-day continuing education seminar titled, “Women’s Health: Physical Therapy in Pregnancy and Postpartum.” The event features evidence-based content, hands-on training in examination and treatment techniques, and more.
A 1-day seminar is being offered to help raise awareness about specialty products available to help people who are challenged with gait, balance, vision, hearing, and a variety of other deficits.
Today at 10 a.m. (MDST) Craig Hospital will become the first of three of the nation's top rehab facilities to demonstrate the Indego Exoskeleton.
A course available through the AOTA focuses on strategic evidence-based interviewing in occupational therapy.
A Cross Country Education webinar outlines system changes that have resulted from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and regulations, with an emphasis on the implications for rehabilitation services managers and clinicians.
A wide array of training opportunities in foot and wound care will be featured at the “Woundstock: A New Dimension in Foot and Wound Care,” event, October 14 to 18.
Physical therapy continuing education that blends Internet-based modules with “hands-on” learning provides highly effective results.
An intensive training seminar/workshop presented by Hands-On Seminars November 1 to 2, focuses on comprehensive manual therapy for hip, knee, and foot pathology.
The Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences will provide a new postprofessional doctorate degree, designed to equip licensed occupational therapy practitioners with the knowledge and skills necessary to advance their careers.
A live October seminar slated to be held in multiple locations in Northern California is designed to prep attendees to be educationally ready to provide current and progressive rehabilitation for the rising joint replacement population.
A September 15 webinar presented by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) focuses on power wheelchairs and the use of mouse emulation to control a computer or speech-generating device.
Healthcare providers in the San Antonio, Texas, region will have the opportunity to attend an advanced, comprehensive training course centered on Manual Therapy for Lumbar Spine Pathology, September 27 to 28.
An October NRRTS webinar will provide participants a review of the anatomical and development aspects of vision, and its link to posture and mobility.
In a recent news release, Align Networks announces that it will be participating in the offering of continuing education unites (CEUs) for physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) attending the Annual Workers’ Compensation Education Conference, which began in Orlando, August 17 and runs through August 20.
A 2-day course offers the opportunity for medical professionals to gain fundamental knowledge of Pilates theory and principles in order to integrate it into their rehabilitation programs.
An online course available through the AOTA offers beginner to advanced OT practitioners information regarding the anatomy and kinesiology of the upper quarter and outlines neuroanatomy concepts linked to hand and upper-extremity rehabilitation.
An on-demand, wound care education webcast focuses on the use of mechanically powered negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT).
A webinar offered through the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS) outlines “the basics of back supports” and their key role as part of the seating system.
Craig Hospital has announced a call for abstracts in preparation for the January 11 Brain Injury Summit.