Continuing Education – Online

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 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 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.
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 online beginner/intermediate course is designed to instruct professionals through a self-based study centered on rehabilitation of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
An online pediatric course available through the APTA offers a two-part competency-based assessment involving the foundations of clinical documentation and coding, and billing required for the delivery of aquatic therapy services.
A Cross Country Education webcast aims to provide participants a comprehensive program designed to help them understand, assess, and treat back problems with optimal outcomes.
A 60-minute Aquatic Therapy University webinar examines recent findings that support aquatic therapy for patients post-total knee replacement.
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A webinar presented by Medbridge will discuss new concepts in ACL rehabilitation to return an injured athlete to sports.
A 1-hour webcast presented by HydroWorx will focus on the use of aquatic therapy for shoulder rehabilitation.
A Cross Country Education webinar, titled “Overuse Injuries: Considerations for the Young Athlete,” will discuss overuse injuries in athletes and explore preventative measures for tendinopathy and stress fractures.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Learning Center will present a webinar on safe and effective cervical mobilization and manipulation.
An upcoming webinar presented by Spidertech, a provider of clinical kinesiology and athletic tape, will highlight NSM microcirculatory taping applications and techniques.
An online course presented by the Learning Center of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will focus on the management of patients with cardiovascular and/or pulmonary disorders.
A webinar presented by Rehab Management Solutions (RMS) will aim to educate physical therapists nationwide on how to protect themselves from 3rd party payor penalties through its educational course “Compliance=Confidence: Is Your Practice Effective in Coding & Documentation?”
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Learning Center will present a webinar focusing on audits and appeals.
An upcoming webinar from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Learning Center titled “Create a Culture of Mobility in Acute Care” will focus on opportunities and strategies for mobility initiatives in the hospital setting.
An upcoming webinar presented by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Learning Center will discuss the Medicare manual provisions as well as provide clinical and regulatory insight about how to properly treat patients under the Medicare skilled maintenance benefit.