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Grade V Mobilization: clinically relevant, frequently used evidence-based techniques
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Grade V Mobilization: clinically relevant, frequently used evidence-based techniques

This course is intended for you to learn, review, and be able to leave applying Grade V Mobilization techniques that can immediately be used with your patients. Sponsored by CPTA Golden Gate District & CA Orthopedic Manual Therapy Special Interest Group.

5/22/2016
When: Sunday, May 22, 2016
From 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Where: UCSF School of Medicine, Physical Therapy
500 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco, CA  94143
United States
Presenter: Andrew Brenan , D PT, OCS , FAAOMPT & Clare Lewis D PT, MPH, PsyD , FAAOMPT
Contact: COMPTSIG

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New 1 -day Course Format

  • Learn techniques that will quickly enhance your patient outcomes
  • Become confident when determining which patients will benefit from Grade V Mobilizations
  • Ample lab time and review to be able to apply the Grade V’s in your clinic right away
  • Become effective and proficient when choosing and performing Grade V Mobilizations

This course is intended for you to learn, review, and be able to leave applying Grade V Mobilization techniques that can immediately be used with your patients.

  

Learning Objectives

How is this course different from others?

  • We offer a low instructor to student ratio (1:12)
  • There is ample practice time with ALL techniques
  • You'll receive detailed feedback to effectively refine your handling skills
  • Our intent is to help build your confidence!
  • Exclusively detailed notebook (including pictures, case studies & evidence)
  • Clinical reasoning on how to have immediate success with the techniques

In this course you will learn:

  • Indications and contraindications for use of GPM-V techniques
  • Selected techniques for cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine, and peripheral joints
  • Current evidence underlying GPM-V techniques
  • Common pitfalls in technique implementation
  • Clinical reasoning for technique selection and progression
  • Strategies for addressing clinical reasoning problems of clinicians
  • Legislative issues affecting PT practice

Speakers

Andrew Brenan, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT is a graduate of the Kaiser Hayward PT Fellowship in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy and has been teaching manual therapy long and short term courses since 1994. He is currently a clinical specialist at Kaiser South Sacramento in the outpatient orthopedic department. He has taught
Grade V courses with Clare since 2007 and is currently faculty of Kaiser Hayward Fellowship program.

Clare Lewis DPT, MPH, PsyD, FAAOMPT is a certified manual therapist from the Stanley Paris Institute and is a professor at CSU Sacramento. She has taught the orthopedic class formajors for 14 years. She practices at Remedy Rehab doing orthopedicout-patient manual therapy. Clare also holds doctorates in clinical psychology & organizational
psychology.

 

Schedule

8:00 am –Registration/Intro
8:30-9:15-Evidence
9:15-10:00 -Hip
10:00-11:00 -Thoracic Rotary
11:00-11:45-CT junction
11:45-12:30 -Lumbar
12:30-1:30 -Lunch (on own)
1:30-2:20 -Cervical
2:20-3:15-Thoracic: Supine PA
3:15-4:00 -SIJ
4:00-5:00-Technique review

 

Registration Fees

COMPTSIG Members -$180
APTA Members - $210 (includes COMPTSIG membership)
Non-APTA Members - $300

Register Online: www.comptsig.org

Deadline: April 12, 2016

Maximum: 24 Participants

Audience: Physical Therapists Only

Level: Intermediate/Advanced

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