An online continuing education course for rehabilitation professionals from MedBridge Education will focus on the biomechanical, analysis, training, and rehabilitation of runners. “The Running Athlete: Part A- Biomechanics and Analysis” e-course aims to delve into the specifics of the hip, knee, foot ankle, pelvis, and spine to see exactly what affects runners. The digital course, […]
A new webinar presented by Ted Yanchuleff, PT, ATC, manager of outpatient rehab services for the Pinnacle Health System, will discuss the changing healthcare environment and the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on aquatic therapy. According to a HydroWorx news release, “The Changing Healthcare Environment: Is There a Role for Aquatic Therapy?” webinar […]
An upcoming workshop presented by Summit Professional Education will discuss stroke recovery techniques and therapies to rewire the brain after a stroke. The workshop, which will be presented by clinician and researcher Peter Levine, is designed to provide attendees information on the leading-edge treatment options for stroke. The treatment options to be examined include the […]
A 2-day intermediate-level course presented by North American Seminars will focus on the development of rehabilitation programs for common lower-extremity geriatric dysfunction.
DM Systems has launched a series of educational videos offering clinical information about the benefits of using Heelift Glide, Heelift AFO, and Heelift Suspension Boot for the prevention and/or treatment of heel pressure ulcers.
Understanding the types of certificates and certifications available for physical therapists can foster continued learning and help professionals make informed choices about their educations.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will host a virtual town hall on Thursday, February 20, from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., ET.
A new webpage at the federal HealthIT site, HealthIT.gov, aims to help healthcare professionals understand the privacy implications of portable devices.
An upcoming webinar presented by the APTA Learning Center will provide an overview of the implementation of health care reform as well as the opportunities and challenges for physical therapists in a post-reform environment.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has scheduled its online Virtual Career Fair for April 1.