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May 6, 2016/Course
NOTE: The video is no longer available. Content is only available by reviewing the handout.
Jun 1, 2016/Course
As an individual ages, the integumentary changes which impacts not only wound healing but potential for wounds to occur. This course will review the aging issues of the integumentary system to allow the clinician to differentiate between physiological and pathological changes. The clinician will be able
Jul 24, 2016/Course
This course will explore the mechanical disorder of the inner ear known as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).
Oct 5, 2016/Course
IMPORTANT: This course is retiring and will NOT be available after 12/31/2022. Please complete this course before that date.
Jan 11, 2017/Course
Managing childhood obesity in a patient-centered medical home setting is the fourth and final installment of APTA's online Learning Labs series based on the Innovation 2.0 initiative.
Jan 20, 2017/Course
This course was built in partnership with The Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy.
Feb 10, 2017/Course
IMPORTANT: This course is retiring and will NOT be available after 12/31/2022. Please complete this course before that date to earn CEU(s).
Apr 11, 2017/Course
Physical therapists in academia and at the clinical sites are often challenged by ethical situations in their multiple roles
as educator, consultant, researcher, clinician, and administrator. The intersection between the academic institution and the
clinical sites adds further complexity to the challenges
May 12, 2017/Course
Physical therapists are well positioned to be the providers of choice for patients who experience low back pain. Successful physical therapist practice in a primary care setting requires knowledge in medical screening, sound clinical decision making, and clinical reasoning to select optimal physical
May 16, 2017/Course
This session focuses on the regulatory issues that affect physical therapists who work in home health, skilled nursing,
inpatient rehabilitation, and long-term care hospitals. the presenters will discuss the latest developments of the IMPACT Act
and implementation of standardized quality measures across