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Advanced Lower Extremity (Part I) / HIP & KNEE: St. John’s, NL
June 1, 2020 @ 8:00 am - June 2, 2020 @ 5:00 pm$495
DUE TO THE UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THE COURSE MAY BE POSTPONED.
WE ARE REGRETTABLY UNABLE TO OFFER ANY REFUNDS AT THE PRESENT UNTIL APTEI IS BACK RUNNING.
Your full tuition will of course remain on credit with APTEI for any future course.
We sincerely apologize as this situation is well beyond our control. Thank you for your understanding and wishing you health until we see you again.
June 13-14, 2020
Instructor: Dr. Bahram Jam; PT, FCAMT
- Member of the International Federation of Manipulative Therapists
- Credentialed with The McKenzie Institute International
Upon completion of this 2-day program, the physical therapist will be confident in applying evidence-based clinical assessment skills for the diagnosis and classification of individuals presenting with various common acute, sub-acute or persistent hip and knee pain syndromes.
(E.g. Hip & knee OA, acetabular impingement, hip hyper-mobility, persistent groin pain, etc.)
Physical Therapists will also be able to confidently identify several potential contributing factors to persistent pain and dysfunction at the hip & knee complex.
Upon determining the diagnosis, classification and the potential contributing factors, physical therapists will be able to administer the most effective treatment / management options including specific exercise / movement prescription, manual therapies and taping.
CRITERIA FOR ACCEPTANCE
- This program is restricted to Registered Physical Therapists who are licensed to practice in Canada, or PT students awaiting licensing.
- There are NO prerequisites for this program
- Prior completion of previous APTEI hip or knee courses is optional, but NOT compulsory
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
Tax Receipts provided on course date
This is Part I, Part II of this course on will cover PFPS, and various persistent foot & ankle dysfunctions.
Although the Part I of the program includes the Knee (primarily knee OA), the Part II of the program (October 17-18, 2020) will cover NEW material on the knee (PFPS & ACL rehab) and various persistent foot & ankle dysfunctions.