Continuing Education

An Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute online course will present evidence-based medicine regarding upper quarter connections with exercise, focusing on progressions from increasing mobility to improving stability and strength, ending in functional integration.
A course available through MedBridge Inc provides participants an overview of the components of an ocular motor examination following concussion, along with normal and abnormal findings.
A 2-day course available through Great Lakes Seminars aims to change how attendees view common extremity diagnoses and focuses on using joint immobilization to normalize stress on the tissues around a joint.
A 1-day seminar available through Cross Country Education offers participants the tools to assess and treat patients with sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SIJD).
A recorded webinar available through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Learning Center emphasizes a team approach to the evaluation and management of patients following sports concussion.
An online course available through Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute (ATRI) Inc is designed for therapists, assistants, and trainers seeking to learn more about the central processing of pain in the brain.
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences has gathered a team of recognized experts from across the nation to serve as its advisory board and as contributing faculty to help guide, design, and teach the university's online Master of Health Science in Athletic Training program, which launched in January 2015.
A 2-day, intermediate-level course available through Healthclick focuses on developing post surgical rehab programs for the cervical and lumbar spine.
A live seminar aims to teach healthcare and training professionals how to assess a client’s risk for ACL injury and develop a program to prevent injury.
A webinar available through the APTA Learning Center is intended to offer attendees insight into opening a new cash-based clinic or integrating cash-based services within their existing businesses.
A recent survey asks our readers to share their thoughts about the reasons therapists are seeking to advance their degrees.
An intermediate-level, hybrid self-study, 1-day seminar available through North American Seminars is designed to help clinicians manage neck disorders with greater confidence and proficiency.
A 1-day webcast presented by Cross Country Education is designed to offer conditioning and injury-prevention techniques for young athletes engaging in throwing, swinging, running, and kicking.
A live seminar held at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) aims to help attendees navigate “the payment maze” to reduce denials and minimize risks.
A 1-day course focused on Pilates rehab intervention strategies combines home study training from a professionally filmed and mastered DVD with online access, with face to face interactive instruction and hands-on lab sessions.
An on-demand webinar available through Aquatic Therapy University (ATU) offers participants insight into the difference between patient satisfaction and functional improvement and how to harness the power of aquatic therapy to increase both.
A 2-day Hands On Seminars live course offers instruction centered on enhancing documentation and ensuring confident compliance with documentation rules and requirements from third-party payors.
A 1-day, Cross Country Education course aims to offer participants an improved understanding of the intricate anatomy of the hand and how to accurately evaluate and treat hand pathologies.
North American Seminars offers a 2-day beginning to intermediate level course designed to offer information and techniques necessary to treat myofascial restrictions.
A online beginner/intermediate course is designed to instruct professionals through a self-based study centered on rehabilitation of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).