|Elbow and Shoulder Injuries and Rehabilitation for Young Athletes|
|This one-day program is designed to bridge the gap between scientific research and clinical practice. The concepts and principles presented will emphasize current and innovative approaches to the evaluation and treatment of the pediatric upper extremity injuries. Teaching methods will include lecture (45%) and lab practice (55%). The focus of the seminar is on immediate clinical application of evidence-based examination and intervention practice techniques.|
- Perform an evidence-based physical examination with an appreciation for diagnostic accuracy
- Recognize the common signs and symptoms of common pediatric musculoskeletal problems of the shoulder and elbow
- Explain the rationale and perform general mobilization and therapeutic exercise techniques for the correction of scapular dyskinesthia, joint hypermobility, and post-immobilization stiffness
- Recognize the most current position statements on pediatric injury prevention
|Audience: Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers|
|Duration: 9.75 hour(s)|
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|National Athletic Trainers Association (NATABOC)|
The National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification recognizes this speaker/company and approves this event for continuing education for certified athletic trainers. BOC Approved Provider Number 3068. This event is offered for 8.5 hours/.85 CEUs.
Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA)
TPTA approves this speaker/company as a continuing competence provider for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants post-professional education. TPTA Accredited Provider. APS# 1601005. This event is offered for 8.5 CCUs.