This lively, learner-friendly, comprehensive course is guaranteed to give you the most current approaches to elbow, wrist and hand rehabilitation. Anatomy and kinesiology presentations emphasize the functional applications you didn’t learn in school. We will explore numerous diagnostic categories relative to clinical features, evaluations, and the latest in evidence-based intervention. Through a unique, problem-solving exercise, participants will practice biomechanical assessment and diagnosis. The 200-page course manual includes detailed examination forms and protocols for treatment planning and progression, plus an extensive list of recent references. This course is a must for busy clinicians desiring a thorough update on the elbow, wrist and hand. In addition, it will be the best two days you can spend preparing, if you are planning to take the CHT examination.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
1)Identify anatomic structures and clinical landmarks in the elbow, wrist and hand.
2)Discuss normal structure and function including articulation, ligamentous restraints, muscle actions and innervations.
3)Recognize pathokinesiology and describe the faulty mechanics or disease processes involved.
4)Discuss common disorders in terms of pathogenesis, diagnosis, prognosis and management.
5)Perform a comprehensive examination of this region, using special tests and equipment when indicated.
6)Discuss basic splinting principles and appropriate utilization of splints for given disorders.
Physical Therapists and Assistants and Occupational Therapists and Assistants
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