An On-Demand webinar targets aquatic therapy strategies for lower back pain. The 60-minute webinar is designed to accommodate healthcare professionals who cannot attend the 16-hour October seminar in Minneapolis, according to the Aquatic Therapy University (ATU).
ATU notes that recommended attendees include physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, occupational therapist assistants, rehab departments and managers, athletic trainers, exercise physiologists, therapeutic recreation specialists, and postrehab professionals.
Course learning objectives include comparing and contrasting 12 evidence-based approaches to integrating innovative techniques into aquatic routines, examining the 10 most common aquatic exercises performed for lower back pain (LBP), and recognizing five ways to identify the “skill” present in each treatment through daily documentation.
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