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Using Functional Classification to keep COG over BOS
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 5
Registration Fee: $144
1. Identify anatomy and physiology of postural control.
2. Identify theories and principles of postural control.
3. Identify the twelve functional classifications for postural control.
4. Identify the description, test positions, test procedures, responses: normal vs. abnormal for the functional classifications.
5. Identify the intervention, functional implications and documentation for the functional classifications.
6. Identify medications associated with postural control issues.
7. Identify what information is needed to perform a thorough patient interview.
8. Identify postural responses and automatic responses for objective portions of the evaluation.
9. Identify special tests used in objective portions of the evaluation.
10. Identify treatment strategies and interventions for BPV and other balance disorders.
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Athletic Trainers.
By Ray Hendenberg, PT
“Using Functional Classification to keep COG over BOS” ©2010 is offered in cooperation with Ray Hedenberg. This course is a 5 contact hour video based course. "Using Functional Classification to keep COG over BOS” focuses on the anatomy, physiology and theories of postural control as well as the description, intervention and documentation of functional classification. 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