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Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome Part 1: An Update for Clinicians

Presented by Alexis Wright, PT, PhD, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT

Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome Part 1: An Update for Clinicians

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There has been a 25-fold increase in the number of hip arthroscopies performed between 2006 and 2013 primarily in response to improved diagnosis and treatment of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome. This course highlights some of the more recent evidence regarding the diagnosis, epidemiology, and structural adaptations with regards to FAI syndrome. Latest evidence regarding conservative treatment of FAI syndrome is presented as well as demonstrations of suggested manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription.

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Key Indicators of Primary Dementias and How They Fit Together

Presented by Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

Key Indicators of Primary Dementias and How They Fit Together

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For therapists who provide services to people living with various forms of dementia, awareness regarding differential diagnoses in order to tailor condition management and interventions is becoming more and more vital. Current understanding is that labeling someone as simply having a syndrome of “dementia” or mislabeling a condition as Alzheimer's, when it is not, in the early stages of the condition is ineffective and inadequate for best quality care and treatment planning. This session is designed to provide a description and definition of the various forms of dementia in the earlier stages. We will revisit and discuss the five role-plays from the previous part of this course that will confirm or change the predictions of type of dementia based on the interaction and performance on the screening tools.

This is part three of a three part series covering dementias. Be sure to watch:
Part One: Differentiating Dementias: Alzheimer's, Vascular, and Lewy Body
Part Two: Differentiating Dementias: Frontal, Temporal and More

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Getting Started in Early Intervention

Presented by Lacy Morise, MS, CCC-SLP and Nicole Sergent, MPT

Getting Started in Early Intervention

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So you think you’d like to work in Early Intervention? The EI setting is an excellent fit for the therapist that likes to work directly and intimately with families in a coaching model and who likes to be creative and resourceful in daily interventions. It can also be intimidating when first starting out due to the independence experienced with the in-home model vs. a clinic or hospital setting. In this course, seasoned early intervention therapists will walk you through all you need to know to start or enhance an existing successful career in early intervention. Topics covered include: federal law and state implementation related to EI services; common employment opportunities in EI, including business organizations; the journey from evaluation and assessment, to IFSP, to implementation of service, to transition/discharge; recommended assessment tools and intervention strategies and supplies; and helpful resources.

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Fall and Injury Risk Assessment Is More Than a Score

Presented by Pat Quigley, PhD, MPH, APRN, CRRN, FAAN, FAANP

Fall and Injury Risk Assessment Is More Than a Score

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Rehabilitation nurses have expert clinical knowledge to determine a patient’s fall and injury risk status. This session will build upon current practices and processes to move practice beyond the use of a fall risk score to assessment of multifactorial fall risk factors. Participants will be guided in the assessment of select fall and injury risk factors (postural hypotension, lower extremity sensory neuropathy, fracture risk) as examples of the the difference between a fall risk screening and an assessment as the basis for individualized fall patient care planning. The information will allow the participants to understand the implications of modifying their practice and implementing patient-centered individualized care plans to reduce falls and fall-related injuries.

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