Orthopedic Special Tests: Lower Extremity – Kansas

$40.00

This course provides learners with state-of-the-art literature on orthopedic special tests for the lower extremity, with attention to the statistics that support and/or dispute the continued relevance of each. It begins with an overview of relevant statistical terminology; touches on medical screening, toolbox questionnaires, and clearing the lumbosacral spine; and examines special tests and related statistics for the hip, knee, and ankle.

Categories: , SKU: PDHT-PT-KS-1602

Description

This course provides learners with state-of-the-art literature on orthopedic special tests for the lower extremity, with attention to the statistics that support and/or dispute the continued relevance of each. It begins with an overview of relevant statistical terminology; touches on medical screening, toolbox questionnaires, and clearing the lumbosacral spine; and examines special tests and related statistics for the hip, knee, and ankle.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this course, learners will:

  • Correctly distinguish between the statistical concepts of sensitivity and specificity as used in 6 scenarios
  • Correctly recall 10 elements of medical screening
  • Correctly identify 1 toolbox questionnaire pertaining to the lower extremity
  • Correctly recall 3 elements of clearing the lumbosacral spine
  • Correctly recognize special tests and related statistics for the hip, knee, and ankle
  • Correctly recognize the significance of statistics as they apply to 6 special test scenarios

4 CE HOURS