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Differential Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Advanced Intervention Techniques for Patients with Foot and
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A continuing education program hosted by Greater Los Angeles District of the CPTA.

8/16/2014 to 8/17/2014
When: 08/16/2014
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Mount St. Mary's College, Doheny Campus
Building 5
Los Angeles, CA  90049
United States
Presenter: RobRoy L. Martin, PhD, PT, CSCS; Stephen Paulseth, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC
Contact: Kristin Anderson

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There are a variety of pathologic processes that can affect physical therapy practice when patients present with foot and ankle related symptoms. Many of these pathologies are of musculoskeletal origin and amenable to physical therapy intervention. However, in the direct access model for physical therapists, patients may present with non-musculoskeletal related complaints. This course will outline techniques for a logical evaluation and systematic diagnosis of both musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal pathologies. Manual therapy and taping techniques can be important components of a comprehensive rehabilitation program when treating individuals with musculoskeletal related foot and ankle pathologies. This course will teach manual therapy, taping techniques, and function exercises directed at the joints of the foot and ankle complex. Evidence-based practice guidelines, anatomical/biomechanical considerations, and hands-on skills will be emphasized in this lab-intensive course.

Registration fees: APTA members $350; Non-members $500
Deadline: August 1, 2014

Questions? Contact Kristin Anderson at
GLAD CPTA reserves the right to cancel this program. Notification of cancellation and
refunds will occur.

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