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Balance Treatment Using Household Items

Kenneth L Miller, PT, DPT, CEEAA

November 5, 2014

This following is an edited transcript from a live course titled, Balance Treatment Using Household Items, by Kenneth L Miller, PT, DPT, CEEAA.>> Dr. Ken Miller, PT, DPT, CEEAAObjectives and Bac...   Read More

 


The Essential Role of Lab Values and Vital Signs in Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety for the Acutely Ill Patient

Adele Myszenski, PT

October 2, 2014

>> Adele Myszenski:Lab values matter if you know how to read them. Amy Pawlik, in a 2013 article, said that patients with acute illness “require timely and accurate assessment and modific...   Read More

   


Early Intervention: A Review of IDEA Part C

Alison Kreger, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP

September 19, 2014

Background/History of Individual with Disabilities Education Act>> Dr. Alison Kreger: To begin, we are going to start with a history of how this legislation came about. It became an issue back...   Read More


Evidence for Exercise in Breast Cancer Survivors

Andrea Branas, PT, MSE, MPT, CLT

July 8, 2014

This following is an edited transcript from a live course titled, Evidence for Exercise in Breast Cancer Survivors, by Andrea Branas, PT, MSE, MPT, CLT.Andrea Branas:Breast Cancer StatisticsHow many p...   Read More

  


Evidence for Exercise in Cancer Related Fatigue

Andrea Branas, PT, MSE, MPT, CLT

June 5, 2014

This following is an edited transcript from a live course titled, Evidence for Exercise in Cancer Related Fatigue, by Andrea Branas, PT, MSE, MPT, CLT. It is strongly recommended to follow along with...   Read More

  


PPS 101: Rehab's Point-of-View

May 12, 2014

Editors Note: This text base course is an transcript of a live webinar course. It is highly recommended to follow along with course handouts to fully understand course material. >> Shelley Me...   Read More

 


HIPAA-tising your Practice

Mary R. Daulong, PT, CHC, CHP

April 9, 2014

Editor’s Note: This text course is an edited transcript of a live seminar. Download supplemental course materials above to ensure understanding of course and assist with completion of quiz at en...   Read More


AquaStretch Principles, Foundations and Preliminary Research

Lori Sherlock, MS, ATRIC, AEA Fitness Specialist, CSCS

March 12, 2014

Editor’s note: This is an edited transcript of a live webinar. It is advised that you download supplemental course materials prior to starting this text to ensure understanding of material and...   Read More


Geriatric Balance and Dizziness Management

Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT

January 20, 2014

>> Mike Studer: I am looking forward to working with you on the one of the most rewarding elements of geriatric rehabilitation which is balance and dizziness; to be able to restore someone&rsqu...   Read More

 


Geriatric Balance and Dizziness Management

January 20, 2014

This presentation will include practical clinical applications of the latest evidence in the rehabilitation of geriatric patients with dizziness. Participants completing this course will be ready to r...   Read More

 


Providing Therapy In An Era Of Increased Payor Expectations: The Cardiopulmonary Patient

Donald K. Shaw, PT, PhD, D.Min., FAACVPR

November 7, 2013

>> Donald Shaw: ObjectivesBy way of objectives, we have five. You can see them before you in Figure 1. I am going to talk about some new and exciting research I think that has come down the pi...   Read More


Pediatric Orthopedic Conditions: A Primer for Physical Therapists

Alicia Fernandez-Fernandez, PT, DPT, PhD

October 29, 2013

Editor’s note: This is an edited transcript of a live webinar. Download supplemental course materials prior to starting this material. Dr. Alicia Fernandez-Fernandez: There is a reason why I...   Read More

 


Adhesive Capsulitis

David Nolan, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, CSCS

September 13, 2013

>> David Nolan: Today I will be talking about adhesive capsulitis. Adhesive capsulitis and frozen shoulder are terms are often used interchangeably. Frozen shoulder was defined by Dr. Codman...   Read More

 


Away with S-O-A-P and on to Proficient Documentation

Mary R. Daulong, PT, CHC, CHP

September 6, 2013

This text base course is a transcript of a live seminar titled "Away with S-O-A-P an On to Proficient Documentation” presented by Mary Daulong. It is strongly recommended that you follow...   Read More


Management of Lower Extremity Tendinopathy

David Nolan, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, CSCS

August 7, 2013

>> David Nolan: Today we are going to be talking a little bit about the physical therapy management of lower extremity tendinopathy. Let’s quickly review the learning objectives today....   Read More

 


Restraint Reduction: Regulations, Alternatives and Therapy Intervention

Kathleen D. Weissberg, MS, OTR/L

July 15, 2013

>> Kathleen Weissberg: Thank you for taking time out of your day today to learn about restraint reduction which is so important particularly in the long-term care environment. Before we get s...   Read More

  


Transition of Care: Ensuring Successful Clinical Outcomes

Shelly A. Mesure, MS, OTR/L

June 12, 2013

>> Shelly Mesure: Today's topic, Transition of Care, is about how to ensure successful clinical outcomes, whether we are looking at the short-term patient or the long-term patient. That, to...   Read More

  


Pressure Ulcers: Prevention and Treatment

Jennifer A Gardner, PT, DPT, MHA, CWS

May 21, 2013

>>Jennifer Gardner: Thank you for joining us this afternoon where we will talk about pressure ulcers prevention and treatment. Why do you as a physical therapist need to know about pressure ulc...   Read More


Infection Control

A.U. Bankaitis, PhD, FAAA

March 20, 2013

>> A.U. Bankaitis: I am vice president of Oaktree products, but first and foremost I am an audiologist. Although I am not a physical therapist, today's presentation does address infection...   Read More


Considerations for the Adolescent Athlete

Christine Panagos, PT, SCS, CSCS

March 19, 2013

Remember that these children are still developing. Their muscle length, strength, and neuromuscular control lags behind what we see in adults. It is not their fault; it is just the way that their bra...   Read More

 


 
 

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