This webinar course explores the clinical anatomy implications combined with physiological and motor control principles to functional application of rehabilitation for optimal results. Current evidence-supported information, combined with an anatomical review of the cervical, shoulder, and elbow structures, biomechanics of exercise, neural mobilization, therapeutic exercises, stretching techniques, and clinical pearls help participants create best rehabilitation programs for conditions for the upper quarter. Physiological principles of the healing stages of body tissue and its effect on rehabilitation are combined with recent research on best exercises. Diagnoses covered include: whiplash associated disorders, cervical pain conditions, rotator cuff pathologies, shoulder instabilities, scapular dyskinesia, tendinopathies of the elbow. Participants will be better equipped to provide the best evidence supported treatment techniques and apply them immediately in the clinic. (Intermediate Level)
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
1. Identify at least 3 deep and 3 superficial cervical muscles, their attachments, and their function.
2. Given a patient with a headache, cervical whiplash disorder, or carvical radiculopathy, integrate at least 3 appropriate treatment techniques for this course to address the pathology.
3. Correctly identify the anatomic structures of the shoulder that are responsible for impingement.
4. Discriminate at least 3 best rehabilitation techniques between impingement syndrome, rotator cuff syndrome, and shoulder instabilities.
5. Describe at least 2 anatomical considerations of elbow and wrist.
6. Develop an appropriate rehabilitation program for elbow epicondylosis using at least 4 techniques discussed in this course.
7. Identify at least 2 relationships between the effects of posturaldysfunction and neural retraining with rehabilitation.
PT CEU’s: Motivations Inc is an approved provider of Physical Therapy continuing education by these professional bodies: Texas Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, ILDPR- Illinois Department of Professional Regulation Approved PT CE Sponsor, NY- New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions. Many state boards recognize these for pre-approval purposes. Contact us if you would like verification for your state. This course has been approved by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy for 3 hours of training.
OT CEU’s: Motivations, Inc. webinars are approved for AOTA CEU's Distance Learning: Interactive.
Motivations, Inc. is an approved CEU provider by NATA BOC.
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