NEUROLOGICAL PACKAGE: THE BRAIN - 11 CE HOURS - QAT11

$81.95

CE hours will be awarded until this package's expiration date of 8/8/2019.

Appropriate for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants, this 11-hour package of continuing education courses focuses on neurological topics. Three individual courses cover traumatic brain injury, concussion, and peripheral vestibular disorders.

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Concussion Management: A Comprehensive Approach for the Physical Therapist - Q3519
Gaps in knowledge regarding acute and chronic concussion that have been identified in physical therapy practice include the role of neur...

Gaps in knowledge regarding acute and chronic concussion that have been identified in physical therapy practice include the role of neuroimaging in concussion, the understanding of current guidelines and definitions of concussion, how to identify and design interventions based on individual examination results, and the prescription of individualized graded return to activity and sport. This course will provide a more comprehensive evidenced based understanding of the complex nature of concussion including the pathophysiology of concussion, physiologic, cervicogenic, and vestibulo-ocular dysfunction that may result, the current suggested classification methods, an understanding of the shift in recommended timelines for rest and return to activity, and the tools necessary for evidenced based examination and treatment.

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Examination and Treatment of Peripheral Vestibular Disorders - Q3517
The purpose of this intermediate-level course is to educate the practicing physical therapist on the management of patients with periphe...

The purpose of this intermediate-level course is to educate the practicing physical therapist on the management of patients with peripheral vestibular disorders in order to expand their current practice skill set into the subspecialty of vestibular rehabilitation. This will be accomplished through knowledge of functional anatomy of the vestibular system and current methods of evidence-based examination and the process of differential assessment to determine effective treatment of common peripheral vestibular disorders, or when referral is appropriate.