An October NRRTS webinar will provide participants a review of the anatomical and development aspects of vision, and its link to posture and mobility.
In a recent news release, Align Networks announces that it will be participating in the offering of continuing education unites (CEUs) for physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) attending the Annual Workers’ Compensation Education Conference, which began in Orlando, August 17 and runs through August 20.
A 2-day course offers the opportunity for medical professionals to gain fundamental knowledge of Pilates theory and principles in order to integrate it into their rehabilitation programs.
A 1-day course provided by the Duke Doctor of Physical Therapy Continuing Education Institute places a primary focus on nonoperative treatment, surgical techniques, and postoperative approaches for challenging shoulder conditions.
An online course available through the AOTA offers beginner to advanced OT practitioners information regarding the anatomy and kinesiology of the upper quarter and outlines neuroanatomy concepts linked to hand and upper-extremity rehabilitation.
An on-demand, wound care education webcast focuses on the use of mechanically powered negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT).
A webinar offered through the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS) outlines “the basics of back supports” and their key role as part of the seating system.
Craig Hospital has announced a call for abstracts in preparation for the January 11 Brain Injury Summit.
A 2-day intermediate-level course available through North American Seminars provides attendees the opportunity to engage in a comprehensive presentation centered on rehabilitation for the neurological patient.
A RESNA webinar presents attendees with the latest advancements in power wheelchair electronics and how these features can offer more function to clients.