The course provides revision on basic sciences related to the cervical spine. The course orients physical therapists to clinical practice guidelines and evidence-based practice of cervical spine assessment and treatment.
The course is designed to provide revision on basic sciences related to the lumbar spine. The course orients physical therapists to clinical practice guidelines and evidence-based practice of lumbar spine assessment and treatment.
This course is designed to help and guide the therapist to apply proper upper extremity. The course will cover various techniques based on patient conditions and a case application.
The Role of Neuro-Rehabilitation Specialists
This course is to provide rehabilitation specialists with practical knowledge about the importance of assessing and addressing their patient's sleep and fatigue issues. In this course, there are various tools utilized to screen for sleep and fatigue issues, treatment options, and recommendations rehabilitation specialists can incorporate into practice to promote their patient's health.
This course examines the contemporary understanding of pain. How it is processed. What happens in the nervous system? How it becomes a persistent problem. And what we can do about it.
The course will provide an overview of the global physical activity guidelines for different age-groups and a variety of special populations.
The goal of this course is to promote awareness and increase knowledge regarding research ethical issues particularly in the following topics: research misconduct; responsible authorship and publication; conflict of interest; collaboration; issues in electronic medical records; and responsible data management.