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This course provides a practical review of common legal and ethical issues that pertain to the physical therapy (PT) workplace.
This course examines scleroderma, Raynaud’s phenomenon, and rheumatoid arthritis, three common autoimmune disorders that impact the hands.
Despite its popularity and positive impact on health, running comes with a host of associated injuries which may treated by physical therapists. This course focuses on recognizing and rehabilitating overuse injuries commonly experienced by runners of both sexes, of all ages, and of all levels of running experience.
This course addresses the rehabilitation of patients with distal radius fractures.
This course examines the evidence behind the use of ultrasound in therapeutic settings. It covers
pain, inflammation, soft tissue compliance, wound care, and phonophoresis
This course examines the evidence behind the use of electrical stimulation in therapeutic settings.
There is a widespread understanding of the importance of physical exercise for patients with cancer; however, limited resources exist to assist physical therapists in the development of treatment plans.
This course examines the evidence pertaining to exercise prescription: it begins with a review of aging physiology and several screening methods; continues with a discussion of general exercise recommendations for older adults; and concludes with a look at either end of the aging spectrum, moving from frailty on the one hand to senior athletes on the other.
This course encourages clinicians to look beyond plantar fasciitis in their evaluation and diagnosis of plantar heel pain, presenting differential diagnoses and examining evidence-based treatment options.
This course provides a practical review of common legal and ethical concepts that pertain to the practice of physical therapy (PT) in the United States.