C-516 Cervical Spine I (Portland, OR) +7 hrs Online
 
Registration Information
March 17 - March 18, 2018
New Heights Physical Therapy Plus
5736 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR
97213

This course is focused on enhancing the physical therapists’ ability to make decisions about clinical presentations that may indicate serious pathology in the cervical region. Course participants will develop a safe, effective, and efficient cervical screening examination that has three (3) primary aims; a) to ensure that the patient/client is within the scope of physical therapy practice and suitable for management, b) to provide a provisional diagnosis, and c) to guide the remainder of the evaluation and management. Course participants will identify an all-source evidence-informed approach to evaluation and management through consideration of normal, abnormal and applied cervical anatomy, physiology, pathology, and movement science. Course participants will apply the concepts of total patient health, function, life-participation, pain behaviors and their manifestations, and their role in the total patient/client management. Management strategies will include education, activity modification, manual therapy techniques, and individualized neuromuscular rehabilitation prescription, with the goal of restoring optimal function and preventing future health conditions and impairments.

  • Cost:  $599.00
  •  For LI courses – $299.00 Student Registration (student rate applies to 2nd & 3rd year PTs and recent grads not yet licensed)
  • Repeat Participant: $299.00 (Applies if you have taken the same C-516 course in the past 5 years and can provide a copy of your certificate)
  • For group discounts, please contact, susan@naiomt.com
  • This course is 2 days on-site and one day on-line.  You will receive an emailed link to the on-line pre-coursework 2 weeks prior to the course.  You will also receive an emailed link to the course materials 1 week prior to the course.  Please watch for these links in your email inbox.  

 

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