Who: PTs, PTAs, OTs, COTAs
When: April 9-10, 2016/ April 16-17, 2016/April 23-24/ May 14-15
Where: San Antonio, Texas/Gilbert, Arizona/Tucson, Arizona/Reno, Nevada
Why: By the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- List three key differences between Static Integration and Dynamic Integration movement models and exercise principles.
- Explain the concept and the importance of “Teaching to the Test”—linking therapeutic activities and exercise to Medicare guidelines to reconcile payer requirements with a patient-first practice model.
- Define Global and Differentiated movement patterns and give two examples each from lower extremities, upper extremities and spine.
- List and explain a key characteristic and a key benefit of Specific Motor Control Exercise; Pattern Specificity and Pattern Recognition.
- Explain the benefits of “Teaching to the Tools” — using environmental affordances and everyday tools to make exercise functional; use of bowls and broomsticks, stools and stairs, towels, sinks and more.
- In prescribing exercise for seniors, list one benefit each for the following teaching techniques; reciprocating movements, application of constraints, change of venue and the goldilocks principle.
- Demonstrate Language and Manual Cueing for optimal movement training throughout the course through partner observation and partner practice.
15 hours of CEU credit!
How: $395. Click the link for more info or to sign up!