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Peripheral Joint Mobilization
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10/13/2017 to 10/14/2017
When: October 13-14,2017
Fri: 2:30pm- 7pm ; Sat: 7:30am-5pm
Where: Oakton Community College, Des Plaines Campus
1600 E. Golf Road
Lee Center, Room 224
Des Plaines, Illinois  60016
United States
Presenter: Sponsor: Oakton Community College & Integrated Functional Seminars
Contact: Luanne Olson, PT, DPT, Department Chairperson of the PTA Program
(847) 376-7182

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Course Description: 

This course presents necessary physiological principles, biomechanics, body mechanics, and clinically relevant techniques for the safe and effective application of joint mobilization as part of a treatment plan for musculoskeletal disorders of the joints of the extremities. Lab portions of the course teaches techniques that are clinically applicable and safe for both the patient and therapist.

 

Clinicians of all experience levels and specialties can benefit from this course. Novice clinicians and students will learn how to assess joint mobility in an integrated and efficient manner and connect the findings to treatment. Experienced clinicians will find new ways to apply manual techniques. All levels will benefit from the direct connection of principles to application. All therapists who treat musculoskeletal conditions at any level of acuity can easily apply the content of this course.

                                                                                

Speakers: Michael Duchaj, PT, MPT, ATC & Matthew Miller, MS, PT/ OTC, ATC

 

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand indications, precautions, and contraindications for application of joint mobilization techniques as part of a comprehensive treatment plan for musculoskeletal disorders of the extremities.
  • Correctly document joint mobility using the Physical Therapists Scale as described by Kaltenborn and dosage of joint mobilization as described by Maitland.
  • Safely provide patient treatment relative to soft tissue healing principles and appropriate joint mobilization application when given the level of acuity and current joint mobility.
  • Systematically perform passive accessory mobility tests of the peripheral joints.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy, arthrokinematics, and osteokinematics to link treatments to outcomes.
  • Safely and effectively demonstrate joint mobilization techniques at all clinically appropriate grades for the joints of the extremities.
  • Safely and effectively integrate joint mobilization and other treatment techniques to address musculoskeletal disorders of the extremities.

Course material will be provided in a bound format to all participants. 

 

Registration Website: www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Advanced registration requested. Early bird registration deadline: September 15, 2017

 

Click here to download the course brochure. 

 

Program Content Area: Orthopedics
Course Type: Lecture, Lab
Instructional Level: All Levels (Novice, Intermediate, Advanced)
Intended Audience: PTs, PTAs
CE Contact Hours: 12
Course Approval: Oakton IDFPR Sponsor License Number: 216-000221


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