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Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist Module 11: Musculoskeletal Disorders
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. List 6 benign primary bone tumors and their relative frequency.
2. Recognize that constant pain that is not dependent on position or activity is a red flag symptom of tumor development.
3. Differentiate between 5 types of imaging.
4. Recognize the Enneking Staging System for Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors and its 6 stages.
5. Recognize bone islands are always asymptomatic.
6. Recognize the incidence, location and frequency of osteosarcoma.
7. Recognize clinical manifestations of Ewing’s Sarcoma.
8. Recognize overview and incidence of chordomas.
9. Identify 9 types of soft tissue sarcomas.
10. List 10 unfavorable prognostic factors of skeletal metastasis.
11. Recognize 3 classes of heterotopic ossification.
12. Identify location, incidence, risk factors and initial symptoms of polymyalgia rheumatica.
13. Recognize 4 mechanical causes of rhabdomyolysis.
14. Recognize 6 hereditary classifications of myopathies.
15. Identify 11 steps to diagnosis of myofascial trigger points.
16. Differentiate between Heberden’s nodes and Bouchard’s nodes.
17. List 5 osteoarthritis radiographic findings.
18. Identify 4 grades of the Kellgren and Lawrence grading system for the knee.
19. Recognize the 3 stages of disk degeneration.
20. Differentiate between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis in terms of onset, incidence, gender, etiology, and manifestations.
21. Recognize 3 ocular manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis.
22. Identify 6 pharmacotherapies for rheumatoid arthritis.
23. List the 4 classes according to the ACR criteria for classification of functional status in rheumatoid arthritis.
24. Recognize 7 subcategories of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
25. Identify 11 systemic clinical manifestations associated with Still’s Disease.
26. List 7 common features of the spondyloarthropathies.
27. Define Sjorgren’s Syndrome.
28. List 4 radiographic features of psoriatic arthritis.
29. Define tophus.
30. Define Galeazzi’s fracture.
31. Recognize 13 risk factors for fractures.
32. Recognize 6 clinical manifestations of fractures.
33. Recognize 15 pathologic conditions for risk factors for falls.
34. Identify 6 assessments for predictive fall risks.
35. Differentiate between stress reactions of the femoral neck versus the pubic ramus.
36. Recognize 17 conditions associated with osteonecrosis.
37. Identify 4 stages of Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease.
38. Define Osgood-Schlatter disease.
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Athletic Trainers and Massage Therapist.
Chapter 26: Musculoskeletal Neoplasms
Chapter 27: Soft Tissue, Joint and Bone Disor
By Catherine Goodman, MBA, PT, CBP and Kenda Fuller, PT, NCS
This course utilizes text from the hardback textbook by Catherine Goodman, MBA, PT, CBP, and Kenda Fuller, PT, NCS “Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist” ©2008. Pathology offers guidelines, precautions, and contraindications for interventions with patients who have musculoskeletal or neuromuscular problems as well as other conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or pancreatitis. In addition to addressing specific diseases and conditions, this text emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention strategies and covers issues with implications for physical therapy management, such as injury, inflammation, and healing. With this practical and evidence-based text, now enhanced with full-color illustrations and the latest research, you'll know what to factor into your clinical decisions to achieve the best outcomes for your patients.
Dates and Locations
01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM