CADAVER Anatomy Hand Dissection: Making The Complex Simple

CADAVER Anatomy Hand Dissection: Making The Complex Simple

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CONTACT HOURS:2 Hours
CEU:0.2
AOTA: Domain of OT, OTP,
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NBCOT®:2.5 PDUs
STATE: AL 20-523154 2hrs
FL 20-523154 2hrs
CA Advanced Hand 40-H67 2hrs

This is an awesome cadaver dissection of the hand and wrist instructed by Dale Bramlet, MD,orthopedic hand surgeon. Dr.Bramlet discusses vital hand and wrist anatomical structures, surgical approaches, and certain pathologies that are clinically relevant for OTs and PTs.

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Hand Therapy Certification

This course is accepted by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission towards re-certification.

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NBCOT® PDU 2.50
Great anatomy review presented by Dale Bramlet MD
Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process,

This is an awesome cadaver dissection of the hand and wrist Instructed by Dale Bramlet, MD,orthopedic hand surgeon. Dr.Bramlet discusses vital hand and wrist anatomical structures, surgical approaches, and certain pathologies that are clinically relevant for OTs and PTs. 2.0 contact hours with an online exam.

This intermediate online movie course is excellent for therapists, medical doctors, interns and anyone wanting to explore the anatomical landmarks and more of the hand and wrist. Upon successful completion (80%) of an online exam you will immediately receive your certificate via email. AOTA APP course. Live Chat available.

Objectives

  • Recognize landmarks associated with common nerve, tendon, ligament pathologies, & surgical approaches of the hand/wrist
  • Recognize the extensor tendon compartments
  • Differentiate between pathologies associated with extensor compartments
  • Recognize the association of hand kinesology and the anatomical landmarks
  • Learn Pearls to assist in remembering anatomical landmarks
  • Review common operative approaches to the wrist and hand

Outline

  1. Anatomical zones and creases relevant to the hand/wrist
  2. Extensor compartments and various associated pathologies
  3. Reviews extensor transfers for the thumb extension (EPL)
  4. Juncture Tendons
  5. Carpal bones and significant ligaments
    1. DISI VISI review
    2. PRC and 4 corner surgical approaches explained
  6. 4 stages of progressive arthritis (Watson stages) of the carpus
  7. Thumb anatomy and pathologies
  8. Review of vascular supply to tendons and carpus and associated with pathology (necrosis)
  9. CMC Boss
  10. 1st CMC arthritis and LRTI surgical approach
  11. Finger Pulley system
  12. Review surgical tendon repair
  13. Online examination

With a specialty in Orthopedic Surgery and sub-specialty interests in Arthroscopy, Knee Replacement and Hand Surgery, Dr. Bramlet has been practicing in Pinellas County for 26 years. After earning his undergraduate and Master’s Degree in Neurophysiology as well as his Doctorate of Medicine from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, he completed his internship and residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. He then completed A fellowship as Instructor in Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity at the University of Rochester in upstate New York.

Dr. Bramlet holds specialty board certifications from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons, ABOS – Hand Surgery qualification, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the Association of Clinical Research Professionals.

2 reviews for CADAVER Anatomy Hand Dissection: Making The Complex Simple

  1. Beverly Bass OTR/L CHT

    Susan,
    I was very excited (and relieved!) to have passed. I definitely feel that the courses I took through EHT (Basics and Beyond, the cadaver courses, and Paul’s shoulder course) as well as the purple book were great resources and helped me to be successful. So, thank you for putting out such great information to help advance our profession!
    Beverly

  2. Anonymous

    THANK YOU! All of your videos are amazing

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