Sleep Management for Physical Therapists

Insufficient sleep and poor quality sleep are now considered a population health crisis in the United States. Further, poor sleep has the ability to affect physical therapy outcomes. Many musculoskeletal issues can in turn lead to poor sleep.

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Watch Liz Henry's video introduction to the online course Sleep Management for Physical Therapists.

 

Sleep Ergonomics & Clinical Applications

Physical Therapy Approaches to Promote Patient Restorative Sleep

Physical therapists are uniquely qualified to prescribe biomechanical sleep solutions for our patients who come to us for neuromuscular symptom complaints due to a disease, overuse, injury, trauma or movement disorder. Our brains and bodies travel a fascinating journey as we sleep or attempt to sleep, where pain can bidirectionally influence sleep quality and quantity.

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Watch Karen Walz' video introduction to the online course Sleep Ergonomics & Clinical Applications.

 

Cervicothoracic MVA Regional Interdependance

Current evidence is rapidly evolving for the orthopedic manual care of the patient with recent or remote history of Motor Vehicle accident trauma. What is the best sequence of evaluation and treatment for this patient population? Do you know where to begin? NAIOMT's Karen Walz has created the online course Cervicothoracic MVA Regional Interdependance that addresses these questions.

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Watch Karen Walz's video introduction of the online course Cervicothoracic MVA Regional Interdependance.

Spinal Imaging Series

There are 12 individual modules in the Spinal Imaging Series, each with 8 - 16 hours of content. Unlike many continuing education courses, modules are organized as a post-graduate level course which means there are homework assignments!  Each module costs $99 - $159.

  • Date:  Ongoing
  • Location: Online
  • Instructor: Dan Anton, PT, PhD, ATC

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Nutrition

This class is designed to be a entry level introduction to how nutrition can affect disease. At the conclusion of the course the participants will be expected to be able to have a base level of knowledge of how plant based nutrition can enhance general health and well being. Participants are also expected to be able to consult with patients on the benefits of a whole food plant based diet.

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