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This course incorporates the latest Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) from worldwide sources. Participants evaluate the underlying quality of each major study and the corresponding philosophies of spinal stabilization. Instructor leads participants through a critical evaluation of different theories to determine how best to incorporate the information and apply graduated, specific, and effective muscle retraining into real patient situations.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/28/2018 to 9/30/2018
When: September 28-30, 2018
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Advanced Orthopedic Physical Therapy
9400 Willamsburg Plaza
Suite 100
Louisville, Kentucky  40222
United States
Contact: Meghan
631-298-5367

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Course Description:

This course incorporates the latest Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) from worldwide sources. Participants evaluate the underlying quality of each major study and the corresponding philosophies of spinal stabilization. Instructor leads participants through a critical evaluation of different theories to determine how best to incorporate the information and apply graduated, specific, and effective muscle retraining into real patient situations. Extensive laboratory sessions practice graduated stabilization approaches, including Cervical and Lumbar Spine, Shoulder, Knee and Ankle injuries, as well as post-surgical conditions and specific diagnoses. Intervention is based upon EBM, physiology and current concepts in functional rehabilitation. May be taken at any time as a stand alone course. Includes required Home Study course component of approximately 7.7 hours.

 

Course Objectives:

Course participants upon completion will be able to:

Understand the major philosophies of stabilization training.

Critically evaluate the EBM research supporting the different philosophies.

Assess the stability of the Cervical and Lumbar Spine, Shoulder, Knee & Ankle.

Apply principles of exercise physiology to ensure appropriate stabilization is performed.

Evaluate effectiveness of the stabilization treatment provided to specific patients.

 

Link to registration: https://www.ozpt.com/registration.php

Link to Website: https://www.ozpt.com/index.php

Link to email: Meghan@ozpt.com

 

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