Cumulative Trauma Disorders: An Evidenced-Based Approach

Cumulative Trauma Disorders: An Evidenced-Based Approach

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CONTACT HOURS:12 Hours
CEU:1.2
AOTA: Domain of OT, OTP,
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NBCOT®:15 PDUs
STATE: AL CE Broker 326575 12hrs
FL CE Broker 326575 12hrs
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This fantastic 1.2 AOTA CEU (12 Contact Hour) approved provider (NBCOT® 15 contact hours) movie course will challenge your clinical skills. Paul Bonzani MOTR, CHT is an extraordinary instructor taking you from occupation functional concepts/approches to anatomical considerations, to soft tissue pathology to neuroanotomy and biomechanics.

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Hand Therapy Certification

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*University & multi-center Licensure available upon request; all courses single user only
Alabama and Florida CE Broker OT Live #20-326575 for 12 contact hours
15 NBCOT® PDUs
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Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process,

This fantastic 1.2 AOTA CEU (12 Contact Hour) AOTA approved provider (NBCOT® 15 contact hour) movie course will challenge your clinical skills. Paul Bonzani MOTR, CHT is an extraordinary instructor taking you from occupation functional concepts/approaches, to anatomical considerations, to soft tissue pathology to neuroanotomy and biomechanics.

The instructor discusses common and not so common cumulative trauma disorders or repetitive strain disorders from the shoulder to the finger. Evidenced and occupation based approach to quantify implementation for CTDs. 117 page full color manual included with FAQ, photos, PP, and references.Instructional Methods include PowerPoint presentation, lecture, videos to enhance understanding . Upon successful completion of the examination (80%) your certificate will be sent via email. Mixed level course.

 Objectives

  • Identify pertinent anatomic structures relating to a variety of pathologies
  • Recognize the clinical symptoms and signs of common and not so common CTDs
  • Determine occupation based rationale for therapy intervention for CTD
  • Differentiate between tendonopathies and nerve pathologies
  • Identify Neuroanatomy and biomechanics involvement relating to CTD
  • Determine appropriate therapy intervention for specific CTDs
  • Recognize subtle differences in pathologies and treatment techniques

Outline

    1.  Introduction
    2. Biophysocial Approach to Management
      1. Introduction and effect of behavioral issues and strategies for management to include occupation functional concepts/approaches
    3. Biology of Soft Tissue Pain
    4. Tendonitis & Tendonopathies
      1. Tendon anatomy and biomechanics
      2. Development of tendonitis and tendonopathies
    5. Shoulder
      1. Tendon issues of the shoulder (Impingement syndrome, Rotator Cuff tears, Biceps tendonitis)
      2. Shoulder assessment and treatment lab (will benefit if you have a model)
    6. Sports Elbow
    7. Medial and lateral epicondylitis
      1. Tendon and ligament issues of the elbow (medial, lateral epicondylitis, Medial collateral ligament injuries)
      2. Elbow assessment and treatment lab (would be good if you have a model)
    8. Hand and Wrist
    9. Treatment of the Hand and Wrist
      1. Wrist and hand tendon issues (DeQuervain’s, ECU tendonitis, Intersection syndrome, Trigger Finger)
      2. Wrist and hand assessment and treatment lab
    10. Nerve Compression Syndromes
    11. Anatomy and Neurophysiology of the Peripheral Nerve
      1. Neuroanatomy and Biomechanics
    12. Proximal Nerve Compressions
      1. Proximal Nerve Compressions (Suprascapular Nerve compression, Quadrilateral space syndrome)
      2. Lecture/assessment / treatment techniques
    13. Median Nerve
      1. Median Nerve Compressions (Pronator syndrome, AIN syndrome, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) Lecture / assessment and Treatment
    14. Ulnar Nerve
      1. Ulnar Nerve Compressions (Cubital tunnel Syndrome, Guyon’s canal compression)
    15. Radial Nerve
      1. Radial Nerve Compressions (Radial Tunnel and RSN compression (Wartenberg’s)
    16. Thoracic Outlet
      1. TOS Assessment and treatment (lecture and lab)

Paul Bonzani is a graduate of the Occupational Therapy program at New York University. After 10 years in general rehabilitation practice, Paul specialized in hand and upper extremity orthopedics in 1988. He has been the clinical director of three major university programs and has been performing continuing education seminars in the areas of upper extremity orthopedics, peripheral nerve rehabilitation, physical agent modalities and repetitive stress injuries since 1994. He is the author of multiple book chapters and journal articles ranging from repetitive stress injuries to reconstructive microsurgical rehabilitation.

After 27 years of clinical practice, Paul has completed his MHS from the University of Florida in 2007. Paul now resides in Manchester, N.H. and is the clinical lead in hand therapy at Concord Hospital in Concord, New Hampshire.

3 reviews for Cumulative Trauma Disorders: An Evidenced-Based Approach

  1. Sue Hammerich

    Outstanding – I couldn’t stop watching it! The information was well presented and immediately applicable in the clinic. I highly recommend it.

  2. Maggie Marohl

    I’m incredibly happy with my course and the assistance I received when signing up for it. My only downfall was being unable to print the manual therefore I have minimal to no notes available to reference back to.

  3. Mary Newell OTR/L,CHT

    packed with useful information. Presenter was excellent.

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