Online Rehab Education Courses

with Splinting Labs

Pediatric Hand Therapy and Orthotic Intervention for Musculoskeletal Conditions (hybrid online format)

Instructor: Jill Peck-Murray, MOT, OTR/L, CHT

Pediatric patients are not small adults. They pose a unique set of challenges for pediatric therapists treating the occasional pediatric hand therapy patient, and hand therapist treating an occasional pediatric patient. Course includes recorded lectures and patient demonstrations, 2 interactive virtual classroom sessions, and access to the instructor throughout. Thermoplastics and splint supplies for 6 orthoses are included (an $85 value).

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with Zoom Virtual Classroom

Treating Tendonitis in the Upper Extremity (Hybrid Online CE Course)

Instructor: Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI

Pre-requisite: Treating without Pain
Learn techniques to improve joint ROM, eliminate pain and sensitivity, and restore balance to the UE. Focus on the concepts of muscle imbalance and alignment, agonist/antagonist muscle relationship, joint kinematics with movement, and compensation movement patterns. Joint mobilization and taping applications will clearly demonstrate muscle imbalance. Includes current research review.

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with Zoom Virtual Classroom

Treating without Pain: Hand Therapy Treatment Concepts (Hybrid Online CE course)

Instructor: Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI

Focus on the 4 S’s: Skin, Swelling, Scar and Sensation, as well as joint alignment and balance. Explore innovative techniques for how to improve joint ROM, eliminate pain, and eliminate compensation patterns for faster outcomes. Current research will be included to support these concepts.

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Live Interactive Webinar

Treatment of Infants and Young Children (0-3) with Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injuries (Live Webinar)

Instructor: Cindy Servello, MA, OTR

Interactive Virtual Classroom (Synchronous Learning)
Course Date: April 10, 2021 (9am-4:30pm)

This live interactive webinar addresses all aspects of conservative and surgical management of Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury over the course of infancy and early childhood. The number of infants with OBPI has been increasing posing new challenges to therapists working with the 0-3 population. Participants in this webinar will be presented with a detailed overview of the anatomy of the initial nerve injury and the muscular and bony sequela that are present in infancy and early childhood.

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