MCP Arthroplasty: New Knuckles? Or an Expensive Flyswatter!
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||CA approved 40-H15 for 2.75 hr
||FL Live 20-171357 for 2.75 hrs
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Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process
Susan Weiss OTR/L CHT
This interactive course is in movie format. This is a great intermediate learning level course for therapists that will be treating patients that have had MCP arthroplasties. View splint fabrication and learn details about how to treat this challenging diagnosis. In this video you will learn splinting tips, product gems and treatment pearls. Upon Successful completion of the examination (75%) your certificate will be sent via email.
The student will be introduced epidemiology and basic biochemistry of R.A.
The student will review the stages of R.A.
The student will review the wrist classification system
The student will review the zig-zag deformity and contribution to R.A. deformities
The student will review post operative treatment goals
The student will view a detailed video that reviews patients cases, anatomy, surgical intervention and therapy
The student will be introduced to commercial post-operative splints
The student will review exercise and treatment programs utilized post-operatively
The student will view fabrication of a post-operative splint
Overall satisfaction of arthroplasty patients
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Zig – Zag deformity
Various implant utilized
Acension arthroplasty video
Surgical procedure review
Post op therapy goals
Exercise and post-op treatment programs
Outcomes of MCP arthroplasty
|I really enjoy the DVD format. It certainly makes continuing education for a working mother easy! Susan and Nancy, I have found you both to be a great resource. I will definitely be completing the bulk of my con ed requirements in the DVD/CD ROM method.
|Linda Schmidt, OTR/L, CHT