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WCR: The Wrist Complex: Evidence-Based Concepts in Wrist Rehabilitation

$525.00

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This two-day course is designed for the hand therapy specialist as an in-depth review of wrist conditions, kinematics, and evidence-based rehabilitation. The participant will learn how to assess the wrist by zone and practice provocative tests to identify a variety of fractures, nerve conditions, tendinopathies, instabilities, and arthritic conditions during lab time. Lab time will also include a review of joint mobilization techniques along with the fabrication of a dart thrower orthosis and an ulnar boost orthosis. Evidence-based conservative and surgical management will be reviewed, including when and how to use orthoses and choosing the appropriate interventions. Clinical reasoning will be employed in protocol discussions using real cases to assist the learner with understanding and designing effective rehabilitation programs for wrist patients.

Target Audience: OT, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, ATs

Instructional Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Instructional Methods: Hands-on lab, lecture with Q&A, group discussion, patient cases, evidence review

Course Completion Requirements: must attend entire 2-day course, complete the post-course survey and post-course learner assessment

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14 Hour Course

14 CCUs awarded through ProCert

14 CEUs will be offered for Certified Athletic Trainers

For assistance with applying for OT CEUs, please contact us

 

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