Saturday,June 9th 2012
Sunday, June 10th 2012
1.5 CEU (pending)
Optional third day
Saturday, July 7th 2012
.7 CEU (pending)
Pomona Valley Hospital
1798 N. Garey Avenue
Pomona, CA 91767
California Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
Special Interest Group (COMPTSIG)
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Do you want to be:
· exposed to techniques that will quickly enhance your patient outcomes?
· confident when determining which patients will benefit from Grade V Mobilizations?
· taught in an environment with enough lab time to adequately learn Grade V’s?
· confident, effective and proficient when choosing and performing Grade V Mobilizations?
Then this course is for YOU. Learn Grade V Mobilization techniques and be able to immediately apply them to your patients
David M. Selkowitz, PT, PhD, OCS, DAAPM Professor, Department of Physical Therapy Education, Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA; almost 20 years teaching musculoskeletal courses; completed post-graduate 14-month manual therapy program and post-graduate summer internship (in residence) in Orthopedic Manual Therapy at Folsom Physical Therapy; experience teaching GPM-V courses; numerous peer-reviewed publications, national and international presenter; Vice Chairperson of COMPTSIG.
PT schools across Californiaare teaching all grades of joint mobilization. Learn, practice
and integrate spinal and peripheral GPM-V
techniques into your practice!
How is this course different than the others?
· We offer a low student:teacher ratio
· There is ample practice time with ALL techniques
· You’ll receive detailed feedback to effectively refine your handling skills
· Our intent is to help build your confidence!
· Extensively detailed notebook (including pictures, case studies & evidence)
· Clinical reasoning on how to have immediate success with the techniques
In this course you will learn:
· Indications and contraindications for use of GPM-V techniques
· Selected techniques for the thoracic, lumbar spine, and peripheral joints
· Current evidence underlying GPM-V techniques
· Common pitfalls in technique implementation
· Clinical reasoning for technique selection and progression
· Strategies for addressing clinical reasoning problems of clinicians and students
· Legislative issues affecting PT practice
● Current practice in an orthopedic PT setting
● Prior exposure or course work in manual therapy
Registration deadline is May 30th 2012.
Tuition includes notebook.
Sponsors reserve the right to cancel and return payments in the event of insufficient enrollment.
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