ATSU Continuing Education
 

august, 2019

24aug9:00 am5:00 amExamination and Intervention StrategiesFor Common Orthopedic Conditions Around the Elbow, Hand and Wrist

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Event Details

Sponsored by the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program at A.T. Still University  in conjunction with the Physical Therapy Department in the Arizona School of Health Sciences.

The Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program is accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency & Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE).

Course Instructor: Kathy Petkovsky, PT, CHT and the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency faculty

Course Description: Featured topics for the general orthopedic clinical practice, including tendinopathies, peripheral nerve entrapments, and fractures, this course emphasizes clinical reasoning developing the participants’ skills that can be applied Monday morning in the clinic. This course includes ample lab time with a strong instructor participant ratio.

Course Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

1. Assess the elbow, wrist, and hand regions for common injuries and conditions.

2. Review current best evidence for examination and management of conditions in the region of the elbow, wrist, and hand.

3. Apply improved examination and intervention strategies.

CEU: Participants are awarded .7 CEUs or 7 contact hours at the end of the course.

Cost: $175; $150 for ATSU alumni and current Clinical Instructors

ATSU Physical Therapy Department is qualified to provide physical therapist continuing education courses and activities according to the Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy (Rule R4-24-402).

CEU courses and other post-professional programs offered at ATSU are not associated with the CAPTE accredited residential Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

Time

(Saturday) 9:00 am - 5:00 am

Location

ATSU - Mesa Campus

5850 E Still Circle, Mesa, AZ 85206

Organizer

Orthopedic Physical Therapy ResidencyCheri Hodges; chodges@atsu.edu

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