Outpatient Physical Therapy - Kent Clinic (Track B)
August 14 - 15, 2021Register
Patients with low back and pelvic/hip pain make up nearly 50% of all patients receiving outpatient physical therapy. EIM’s Management of Lumbopelvic Disorders course is designed to enhance the participant’s knowledge and skill level in the evidence-based management of individuals with lumbar spine and pelvic disorders and dysfunction. This lab intensive course focuses on the clinical reasoning and hands-on skill development necessary to effectively integrate manual physical therapy examination and intervention techniques into the clinical management of these individuals. Classification systems, outcomes assessment tools, and the application of diagnostic imaging are discussed as components of the diagnostic process within the framework of evidence-based practice. Participants will receive hands-on demonstration and practice of both examination and selected interventions of lumbopelvic region.
This course is being offered in person or as a virtual lab. Learn more about the virtual lab experience here.
Contact Hours: 24 – 8 online & 16 lab
CEUs: 2.4 – .8 online & 1.6 lab
CCUs: 24 – 8 online & 16 lab
If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact us here. We will process requests for reasonable accommodation and will provide reasonable accommodations where appropriate, in a prompt and efficient manner. For more information please see the Accommodation Procedures for Participants with Disabilities.
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This is one of the best educational decisions that I have made in my post professional career. It has forced me to grow both personally and professional. I am constantly thinking about my clinical decisions and applying my rational for treatment interventions daily.
This course was instrumental to my own growth and knowledge as a seasoned therapist. I feel more empowered, courageous and willing to try the skills and use the outcomes to validate the effectiveness.