What Motivates Change? Translating Theory Into Practice: Training in Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a state-of-the-art, evidence-based clinical counseling method designed for evoking intrinsic motivation for positive health behavior change. Originally developed in the drug and alcohol field, MI is now being widely applied in a variety of settings including health care and criminal justice. This training is for helping professionals who are in the role of counseling clients/patients to make and sustain healthy behavior changes. ...
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Modern Manual Therapy - The Eclectic Approach to UQ and LQ Assessment and Treatment with Erson Religioso III
This course is an introduction that incorporates movement assessment via a Repeated Motions exam and a comprehensive Movement Screen. The course emphasis is on Modern Manual Therapy, Pain Science Education and patient self-treatment. Treatment includes use of the EDGE Mobility Tool and EDGE Mobility Bands for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Spinal Manipulation and Mobilization, and Neurodynamics to promote movement and decrease pain. Clinical Practice Patterns of movement dysfuncti ...

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March 05, 2022
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Are you seeing more patients than you had been with an invisible condition? Are your differential diagnostic skills proficient enough to detect them when present? Do you feel confident that you are doing everything you can for persons with the biopsychosocial layers within chronic pain, functional neurologic conditions, persistent post concussion, or even persistent postural perceptual disorders. Could it be that these syndromes and disorders are related because of common dysfunctional neuroplas ...
Runner's Core Fix
If you work with runners, you find that they are constantly battling with injuries instead of running. In Runner’s Core Fix you will learn to assess and train the core for real results. The missing link that frequently is not assessed or trained properly are the breathing muscles. Research has identified the breathing muscles as the #1 factor affecting a runner’s performance and how injury resistant they are.   Building upon this, the Runner’s Core Fix gives you specific tools in an int ...

Runner's Core Fix

April 30, 2022
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January 19, 2022 - Return to Sport After Concussion: Dual Task Testing and Training for the Injured Athlete Recovery and Management  January 19th @5:30pm
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At the highest level, athletes have stored procedural memories, ready to use in their sport. They can adjust these movements in the context of the game with consideration of fatigue, situation, environmental conditions, and opponent. Procedural memories are automatic in nature, and are processed wit ...

January 28th, 2022 - Live interactive virtual course - Cognitive/Memory Deficits: Effective Understanding of; Assessment and Interventions!
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Improve memory and cognition in individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion, cerebral vascular accidents (CVA’s) and individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)/early stage dementia. The single greatest intervention that positively affects memory/cognitive decline regardless ...

March 3, 2022 Live Interactive Webinar - COVID 19 Long-haulers: Potential Long-Term Physical Problems
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Current projections show that up to 10 million US survivors of symptomatic COVID will become long-haulers, potentially showing a myriad of symptoms that persist for weeks and months after recovery.  These patients will likely need PT, OT and/or ST to maximize their recoveries, making it imperative ...

Recorded online course - 9th Annual Hand and UE Conference: the Ulnar Wrist
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The ulnar side of the wrist can be confusing and complicated.  View this one day recorded course which focuses on injuries to the ulnar wrist with focus on the TFCC and the ECU.  We will start with a live surgical dissection with Dr. Conrad Hamilton where he will walk us through anatomy on a cadav ...