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Central Wrist Zone Pathology and Assessment
Therapy Network Seminars
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy / Athletic Training
Contact Hours: 1.5
Registration Fee: $42
Identify the basic mechanics of the proximal carpal row and it’s involvement in wrist pathology
Identify carpal instability patterns including DISI and VISI.
Define the terms SLAC wrist, S/L disassociation, SNAP wrist, Perilunate dislocation and PMCI patterns. Surgical interventions including S/L repair, 4 corner fusion and proximal row carpectomy will be reviewed.
Demonstrate assessment tools to distinguish among these entities.
Identify and present the state of evidence to support this area of practice.
Identify appropriate treatment interventions including orthotic management and taping techniques in pre and post surgical cases.
PT, OT, CHT, ATCs and Assistants
In the emerging health care system many patients are referred to therapy primarily with the dreaded “Wrist Sprain” Diagnosis. This typically happens when a person falls or twists their wrist in such a way as to cause pain yet the X-Ray is negative for fracture. This “Diagnosis” leaves the therapist in a quandary as traditional therapy interventions typically lead to a failure to resolve the issue and an increase in symptoms. This webinar will review basic mechanics of the central wrist, subsequent pathomechanics and propose interventions that will lead to improved patient outcomes and satisfaction
Dates and Locations
01-01-2020 - 01-01-2020, 8:00PM 9:30PM