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Keeping Your COG over Your BOS
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 5
Registration Fee: $144
1. Identify the three major components of postural control.
2. Identify the sensory inputs for postural orientation.
3. Identify the guiding principles of balance control.
4. Identify basic definitions for balance, COG, BOS, LOS, and sensory environment
5. Identify sensory conflict.
6. Identify and differentiate the components of motor programming response.
7. List the factors which affect patient COG position.
8. List the categories of balance tests.
9. Identify functional tests such as TUG, Berg Balance Test,Tinetti, FAB, GARS and DGI.
10. Identify balance test batteries such as Fregley-Grabiel Ataxia test, Fugl-Meyer, and DHI
11. List test for sensory manipulation.
12. Identify the stages of learning.
13. Define VOR.
14. Identify treatments, interventions and training for patients with balance issues.
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Athletic Trainers
By Ray Hendenberg, PT
“Keeping Your COG over Your BOS” ©2010 is offered in cooperation with Ray Hedenberg. This course is a 5 contact hour video based course. "Keeping Your COG over Your BOS” focuses on the guiding principles of balance control and maintaining center of gravity. The case studies presented in this course use clinical reasoning based on the highest level of evidence available.
Ray Hendenberg is a licensed Physical Therapist with over 34 years of experience. Since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Hedenberg’s career has included private practice ownership, clinical applications development for several rehabilitation products and clinical education in balance and mobility programs both domestically and abroad. He has directed physical therapy programs in various institutional settings, ranging from acute care hospitals and extended care facilities to outpatient rehabilitation centers and fitness facilities.
Dates and Locations
01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM