Proximal Imposters Detect and Conquer Part D
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Proximal Impostured Revealed - this is part of a 4 part course. Each section can be purchased indivudually or as a package for a discount.
Domain of OT and Occupational Therapy Process
Debra Dent PT OCS FCAMPT
4-part Series - An Evidence Based Practice Approach. You can purchase this as a single course or as a discounted 4 pack: CLICK HERE. This seminar series is a MUST HAVE for professionals in any practice setting that deals with the musculoskeletal system. After reading and watching this brilliant series you will be confident in your skills in assessing proximal imposters of the cervical and thoracic spines as well as the shoulder. You must have the knowledge to screen individuals to determine if the pain they present with is driven by the musculoskeletal system or elsewhere.
Delaying proper treatment due to poor diagnosis is detrimental to a patient's well being. The sooner a patient with a non musculoskeletal issue is referred to the correct practitioner, the sooner the patient will receive the best and most appropriate treatment. Join Debra Dent, BPT, Dip Manip PT, OCS, FCAMPT, as she brings her 40 years of experience together in this dynamic seminar to explore serious pathologies and diseases of the trunk and spine.
Demonstration of appropriate physical tests and scans for the cervical and thoracic spines will be clearly presented so you will have an ability to safely repeat these tests in your clinic. Screening and physical testing will be reviewed in respect to the latest evidence on the reliability and validity of these tests.
Each part of this series can be viewed individually but it the entire series is recommended for complete training in proximal differential diagnosis. This course is a mixed learning level. Must pass (80%) online exam to redeem your AOTA APP certificate.
Visualize a scan for the thoracic spine that includes all necessary screening tests to rule out fractures and certain serious pathologies
Identify five visceral diseases that refer to the thoracic region
Identify four serious pathologies that appear to be related to the musculoskeletal system but are not in the thoracic spine.
Determine how to refer a serious pathology issue that may be present in your patient out to a Physician, appropriately.
Don't miss potential thoracic spine issues when treating the upper extremity.
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Apply assessments that will help rule out serious pathology.
Watch 9 amazing videos to enhance your understanding of these complex issues
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