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Parkinson's Disease: A Practical Approach to Evaluation & Treatment for the Physical Therapist- Module 1: Understanding Parkinson's Disease and the Growth of Physical Therapy as a Viable Treatment Option. Module 2: Understanding the Impact of Exercise on the Brain and Choosing Outcome Measures to Capture Change Following Exercise. Module 3: Evidence-Based Physical Therapy Intervention for Persons with Parkinson's Disease. Module 4: Maximizing Patient Outcomes For Patients with Parkinson's: Exploring Options and Creating Connections between Patient, Family, Health Care, and Community.  8.0 Free Contact Hours (2.0/Module) no APTA membership required for these 4 modules! CLICK "Purchase Now" to enroll, Purchase price = $0.

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Preventing Patient Falls: A Team Approach-   Describe the impact of patient falls both for the patient and the facility. List the goals that healthcare facilities must meet in order to reduce the risk of patient harm resulting from falls. Define the healthcare professional's role in implementing a fall prevention program. Utilize fall risk assessment tools and conduct post-fall assessments. Recognize intrinsic risk factors and implement evidence-based interventions, including specific physiological and psychological conditions.Recognize environmental hazards and apply extrinsic interventions.State what needs to be included in the communication and documentation of patient falls and the importance of the family's role.  1.0 Free Contact Hours (+PTA)

Clinical Reasoning- Define clinical reasoning. Describe different types of clinical reasoning and the advantages of using it. Relate how clinical reasoning benefits students, patients, and third-party payors and the keys to using it. Explain evidence-based models and therapy. Distinguish between creative problem solving and clinical reasoning, and discuss the decision tree process. Illustrate the effectiveness of clinical reasoning in regard to group therapy.  2.0 Free CEUs

Shoulder Rehab 114- Summarize the relationship between glenohumeral internal rotation deficit(GIRD), SLAP tears, posterior impingement, scapula dyskinesis and shoulder micro-instability. Effectively diagnose SLAP tears, posterior impingement, scapula dyskinesis and shoulder mico-instability using screening and clinical tests. Cite common pitching pathomechanics and describe their association with specific elbow injuries. Paraphrase the peel back model for SLAP tears. Relate proper pitching biomechanics with injury prevention strategies for the adolescent overhead athlete.

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Rehabilitation in Critical Care: Summary of NICE Guideline 83- List possible complications from critical care stays and explain the needs for early rehabilitation assessment and interventions. Explain the origin and formation of medical terminology. Examine recommendations for physical and occupational therapy intervention in critically ill patients including screening, assessment, treatment, and follow up care. Explore recommendations for speech therapy intervention in critically ill patients including screening, assessment, treatment, and follow up care. Identify recommendations psychology services intervention in critically ill patients including screening, assessment, treatment, and follow up care. Explain the need for education.  1.0 Free Contact Hours

Understanding Distal Radius Fractures-  List three risk factors for developing a distal radius fracture. Describe appropriate treatments through the various stages of bone healing. Recognize three complications of a distal radius fracture.  1.0 Free Contact Hours  

Regulation of Body Weight- Define obesity, explain how to measure it and list its potential health complications. Discuss the consequences of body fat distribution in men and women. Discuss the interactions of hormones, peptides, neurotransmitters, organs, and the brain in the regulation of energy balance, and the roles they play in obesity.   1.0 Free CEUs  

Chronic Pain- Identify the most prevalent chronic pain diagnoses and conditions that may be associated with them as discussed in the article. Demonstrate knowledge of 'what the science says' about the effectiveness of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approaches that are utilized by many people with chronic pain as discussed in the article. Demonstrate familiarity with the guidelines from the National Clearinghouse of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for guiding people who are considering choosing CAM approaches to help alleviate their chronic pain as discussed in the article.  1.0 Free CEUs

NEW! Ebola Virus Disease- Describe the history of Ebola outbreaks in Africa since 1976. State three initial symptoms and five subsequent signs and symptoms associated with Ebola viral infection. List the three ways in which Ebola is transmitted among humans during an outbreak. Explain the three components of standard supportive therapy for treatment of Ebola infection. Discuss the main issue associated with the use of vaccines and therapeutics such as ZMapp for the treatment of Ebola virus disease in West Africa. State four ways in which the CDC is responding to issues of workplace safety in the United States.             4.0 Free CEUs

Introduction to Clinical Application of Interactive Metronome- This informative presentation will challenge you to think about the effectiveness & efficiency of the services you provide to your patients and students. There are numerous peer-reviewed clinical studies that clarify the role of timing in the brain (or what is referred to as temporal processing) to a wide array of human cognitive & motor abilities in both children and adults, including attention/concentration, working memory, executive functions (planning, organizing, self-evaluating, self-control), cognitive processing and speed, speech production and auditory processing, language, reading, learning, and motor control/coordination. You will learn the importance of addressing underlying deficits in timing & rhythm to improve neural efficiency in order to accelerate and exceed expected outcomes. The Interactive Metronome is a patented intervention that improves timing in the brain & body. An overview of the clinical application of Interactive Metronome relevant to a variety of allied health and educational disciplines will be discussed.  1.0 Free Contact Hours

Fall-Related Brain Injury in Older Adults: Focus on Prevention- Discuss the prevalence and incidence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) secondary to falls in older adults.  Describe the impact of fall-related TBIs on quality of life, morbidity, and mortality.  Describe age-related changes that increase risk for falls/TBI in older adults. Describe the types of traumatic brain injuries that may occur secondary to a fall. Identify common fall related risk factors. Describe methods of identifying signs/symptoms related to TBI. Discuss evidence-based interventions in managing older adults following TBI.   1.75 Free Contact Hours

Electrical Stimulation Modalities- (TENS, Interferential, Neuromuscular Stimulation) This Intermediate Level course guides learners through the general considerations and specific applications/treatment techniques with proven research for three (3) contemporary and popular electrical stimulation modalities (e.g. TENS, Interferential Estim, and Neuromuscular NMES). The purpose of this continuing education course is to teach the learner how to safely, effectively and efficiently apply electrical stimulation modality treatments. 2.0 Free Contact Hours

Research Reveals the Benefits of Meditation- Describe two techniques of meditation. Identify research studies that support the use of meditation in healthcare. Discuss three diseases, conditions or symptoms shown to improve with the use of meditation.  1.0 Free Contact Hours  

Navigating the Regulatory Environment: Ensuring Compliance While Promoting Professional Integrity-  Identify regulations, laws, and facts that pertain to health care fraud and abuse. List the top compliance issues for physical therapists. Employ strategies to increase compliance and prevent fraud and abuse in your physical therapy practice.   2.0 Free Contact Hours   (CLICK "Purchase Now" to enroll, Purchase price = $0, no APTA membership required)

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