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GLP-1 Weight Loss Medications: What Healthcare Providers Should Know!
Presented by Scott Cheatham, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, ATC, CSCS
Recorded WebinarAudio
Course: #4952Level: Advanced2 Hours
The GLP-1 medications have become a popular treatment for individuals with type II diabetes or obesity. Healthcare providers must understand these medications, including the benefits, adverse effects, and contraindications. For some individuals, these medications can have consequences such as loss of lean mass loss, which can affect their function, health, and longevity. This presentation will provide an evidence-based update on this topic.

Strategies For Correcting Postural Dysfunction: Tech Neck
Presented by Scott Cheatham, PhD, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #5011Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Poor posture, such as tech neck, has reached epidemic proportions, which can result in dysfunction and injury. Healthcare professionals have a unique role in educating patients about the hazards of poor posture. This presentation will discuss the current evidence and management strategies for tech neck as it applies to healthcare professionals.

Where Are We Going Wrong - Transitions and Advocacy for the Older Adult: Achieving Positive Outcomes
Presented by Nick Panaro, PT, DPT, Christine Childers, PT, PhD
Live WebinarFri, Aug 30, 2024 at 10:00 am EDT
Course: #4980Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course will promote deep thought and discussion about patient advocacy for older adults using real-life scenarios. It will examine what the PT profession should be doing at student, academic, clinical, and management levels to emphasize positive versus negative patient outcomes.

From Accident to Ambulance: Emergency Action Plans for the Injured Athlete
Presented by John Boudreaux, EdD, PT, LAT, ATC, SCS
Recorded WebinarAudio
Course: #4875Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Emergency management of injuries in sport should be handled by a trained medical professional. An emergency action plan (EAP) is necessary for any school or university with venues where athletes exercise. An emergency action plan should be specific to your organization, venues, resources, and personnel. Sports medicine professionals must be competent in developing, implementing, and reviewing EAPs to protect athletes and reduce liability for the individual healthcare professional and institution. The instructor will provide an overarching review of the literature regarding the management of establishing emergency action plans to allow the participant to become proficient in establishing procedures and identifying personnel and resources to create EAPs.

Self-Monitoring To Empower Children's Motivation And Success
Presented by Amy Coopersmith, OTD, OTR/L, MA Ed
Recorded Webinar
Course: #5009Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Learn how to seamlessly integrate evidence-informed self-monitoring techniques into your practice, encouraging child-driven success through diverse proven strategies derived from robust research. Addressing the needs of children across varying abilities, this course equips participants with immediate access to effective, practical self-monitoring strategies for implementation starting today.

The PDPM Journey: Implementation, Adaptation, and Future of Value-Based Care for Therapists
Presented by Kevin Cezat, PT, DPT, GCS, RAC-CT
Live WebinarFri, Sep 6, 2024 at 1:00 am EDT
Course: #5013Level: Introductory2 Hours
This comprehensive course explores the evolution of CMS payment structures, focusing on the transition from RUGs IV to PDPM and its impact on therapy services. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of PDPM implementation, upcoming changes, and its relationship to value-based care, equipping them with practical skills to adapt their therapy delivery models in this changing healthcare landscape.

Optimizing the Measures: Advanced Utilization and Strategies to Ensure Sustainability for Outcome Measures
Presented by Christopher Curran, PT, DPT, NCS, CBIS
Recorded WebinarAudio
Course: #4950Level: Advanced2 Hours
Recent research reveals a continued lack of outcome measure utilization in the clinic despite efforts from the APTA over the last ten years. This course will explore barriers to the sustainability of outcome measure programs in the clinic and discuss recent evidence demonstrating the power of outcome measures regarding prognosis, plan of care, and clinician decision-making for the stroke population.

Implementing a Supervised Group-Based Otago Exercise Program With Frail Older Adults
Presented by Andrea Salzman, MS, PT
Recorded Webinar
Course: #4983Level: Introductory2 Hours
This presentation will guide physical and occupational therapists through the process of integrating the Otago Exercise Program into a group setting for the frail elderly. Participants will learn the benefits of group-based exercise, practical implementation strategies, and techniques to ensure safety and effectiveness in this vulnerable population. The session will provide a comprehensive understanding of adapting the program to meet the specific needs of frail older adults, fostering improved balance, strength, and fall prevention.

20 Novel Ideas for Using the Kitchen Table as a Progressive Resistive Exercise Environment: An OT and PT Primer
Presented by Andrea Salzman, MS, PT
Live WebinarFri, Sep 13, 2024 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #5000Level: Introductory2 Hours
Patients who spend a lot of time in their homes can now be challenged with table-based exercises and activities that are as challenging as those in the gym. PT and OT providers will learn 20+ novel ways to use the kitchen table as a progressive resistive exercise tool.

Medicare Part B Coding and Billing: Compliance is Key!
Presented by Kathleen D. Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L, CMDCP, CDP, CFPS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #4964Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This seminar offers an in-depth review of Medicare Part B coding and billing. It covers CPT coding, unit-to-minute conversion, appropriate use of evaluation codes, and caregiver education codes. The seminar reviews the most commonly billed codes. Using multiple examples, clinicians learn how to comply with coding, maintain thorough documentation to support skilled interventions, and avoid common errors. The seminar also discusses elements known to trigger medical reviews, including coding and documentation to support the plan of care. It explores tips and strategies for successfully managing medical reviews.

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