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Grade V Mobilizations Clinically Relevant, Frequently Used, Evidence Based Techniques

  • 26 Apr 2015
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • UCSF Outpatient PT Department, 1500 Owens St, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA
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  • $210 APTA Member (includes COMPTSIG membership)
  • $180 COMPTSIG Member
  • $300 non-APTA member

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Grade V Mobilization

Clinically relevant, frequently used, evidence-based techniques.

Sunday, April 26th 2015

UC San Francisco School of Medicine, 

Faculty Practice

1500 Owens Street, Suite 400

San Francisco, CA 94158

Approved for 8 hours (0.8 CEU)

New 1-day Course Format

  •  Learn techniques that will quickly enhance your patient outcomes
  • Become confident when determining which patients will benefit from Grade Mobilizations
  • Ample lab time and review to be able to apply the Grade Vā€™s in your clinic right away
  • Become effective and proficient when choosing and performing Grade V Mobilizations
This course is intended for you to learn, review, and be able to leave applying Grade V Mobilization techniques that can immediately be used with your patients.


Instructors
Andrew Brenan, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Andrew is a graduate of the Kaiser Hayward PT
Fellowship in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy and has been teaching manual therapy long and short term courses since 1994. He is currently a clinical specialist at Kaiser South Sacramento in the outpatient orthopedic department. He has taught Grade V courses with Clare since 2007 and is currently faculty of Kaiser Hayward Fellowship program.



Clare Lewis MSPT, MPH, PsyD, FAAOMPT
Clare is a certified manual therapist from the Stanley Paris Institute and is a professor at CSU Sacramento. She has taught the orthopedic class for majors for 14 years. She practices at Remedy Rehab doing orthopedic
out-patient manual therapy. Clare also holds doctorates in clinical psychology &
organizational psychology. 



Contact info: andybrenan@mac.com


All registrations to be made at www.comptsig.org

Co-sponsored by the Golden Gate District of the CPTA

Click here for the course brochure.
Click here for the course outline.


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