|March 10 - March 11, 2018|
|Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation - Lake Highlands|
|6243 Retail Rd., Suite #600|
This course will utilize case-based instruction to illustrate specific conditions of the integrated lower quadrant and the decision making process inherent to their total management. Designed to develop intermediate to advanced clinical reasoning skills in the field of orthopedic manual physical therapy, participants will develop the skills necessary to move beyond an initial patho-anatomical diagnostic hypothesis towards a detailed exploration of the etiology behind the diagnosis. Complex, multi-region patient/client problems of the neuromusculoskeletal system will be analyzed in an instructor specific methodology, based on the various biomechanical and neuromusculoskeletal models available, including original, and novel, thoughts and theory. Management will focus on a multi-faceted approach encompassing manual therapy, neurophysiological techniques, and various other treatment approaches.
Instructor: Kathy Stupansky
Saturday: 8:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Registration begins at 7:30 am)
Sunday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Note: This course is 2 days on-site. You will also receive an emailed link to the course materials 1 week prior to the course. Please watch for the link in your email inbox.
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