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Pick any 4 movie courses from these 50 top selling courses and SAVE $$$$. Less than $100.00 per course! Savings over $500.00 on some course combinations off the individual list price. This is a great way to try a variety of our movie courses while earning valuable AOTA approved CEU’s.

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Wound Care for the Hand Specialist: Heal em up Quickly! – optional

Lateral Epicondylitis: The Therapists Approach to Conquering Pain – optional

MCP Arthroplasty: New Knuckles? Or an Expensive Flyswatter! – optional

Office Ergonomics – optional

Myofascial Therapy with Emphasis on Trigger Points – optional

Joint Mobilization of the Upper Extremity – optional

RSD/CRPS The Physicians and Therapists Approach to Comprehensive Evaluation and Management – optional

LASER: The Healing Power of Light – optional

Neurodynamics of the Upper Extremity Evaluation and Treatment Strategies: It’s Not Just About The Hand – optional

Edema Management: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – optional

Intrinsics: Unravel the Mystery – optional

Spanish: Easy Spanish For Rehabilitation Professionals – optional

Shoulder Pathology: A Detailed Approach to Examination and Treatment – optional

X-Ray Vision for the Therapist: I’ve Got You Under my Skin. – optional

Arthroplasty of the Upper Extremity Bring on the New Joints – optional

YOGA MIND & BODY: THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES – optional

YOGA, CHILD’S PLAY – optional

Wrist Secrets Part 1 – optional

Wrist Secrets Part 2 – optional

Wrist Secrets Part 3 – optional

Assistants & Techs: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly – optional

Sports Injuries: Off the Sideline and Into the Game – optional

Stiffness: Suggestions and Solutions – optional

Burns: Stop, Drop and Rehab – optional

Tai Chi: Flow into Function – optional

Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Motor Imagery Program – optional

Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Traditional and Pilates Approach – optional

Stiff Joints: Tips, Tricks and Trivia – optional

OA: Tips, Tricks, and Trivia – optional

RSD/CRPS: Tips, Tricks, Trends, & Trivia – optional

Lateral Epicondylitis: Tips, Tricks, & Trivia – optional

Ergonomics: Tips, Tricks & Trivia – optional

Slip, Fall, Broken Wrist! A Fracture Everyone Treats – optional

Wounds: Tips, Tricks & Trivia – optional

Therapeutic Exercises: An Upper Extremity Regime – optional

Brachial Plexus: Secrets of Treating TOS – optional

All About the Thumb CMCJ Osteoarthritis – optional

Flexor Tendons: Get Your Glide On (Interactive movie) – optional

Stroke: Pathophysiology – New Advances in Treatment – optional

Yoga: Creative Clinical Wisdom's – optional

Fracture Management: Segment 3 – Carpal and Hand – optional

Fracture management: Segment 2 – Elbow/Forearm/Distal Radius – optional

Fractures Management: Segment 1 – Shoulder Care – optional

CADAVER Shoulder/Brachial Plexus: A Spine Tingling Cadaver Dissection – optional

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Hand Therapy Certification

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

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CEU: AOTA approved CE hours
ContactHours: Online Streaming Movie Courses

Description

Less than $100.00 per course. WOW – Pick any 4 from these 50 top selling courses and SAVE $$$$. Savings can be over $500.00 on some course combinations off the individual list price. This is a great way to try a variety of our movie courses while earning valuable AOTA approved CEU’s.

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  • Pick any 4 from these 45 top selling courses and SAVE $$$$.
  • This is a great way to try a variety of our movie courses while earning valuable AOTA approved CEU’s.
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Reviews

    Wound Care for the Hand Specialist: Heal em up Quickly!:

  1. Anonymous

    This course is excellent. The course is well organized with anatomy, and wound classification. Nancy has a strong knowdlege base on this subject matter. I would encourage any therapist considering sitting for the exam to purchase this. It is and exclent review and adjunct to a hand therapists education.

  2. Anonymous

    Excellent course. Would recommend it to others.

  3. Lisa Livian

    I thought it was a great course…….I learned a lot & am able to review it as needed since I received it in Cd form.

  4. Anonymous

    Good review

  5. Jamie Kolka

    Great course. Will watch it again.

  6. Cervical Spine Exam: The Physicians Approach To Differential Diagnosis:

  7. Shirley Drier

    This was a good, basic look at cervical anatomy and evaluation. I have already used several aspects learned in the course in my daily practice. I would recommend it to either beginners as a learning tool or experienced therapists as a review.

  8. Anonymous

    a manual would have been nice to go along with this

  9. Leslye Leslie

    I am very pleased with all of the information presented in the course. I have purchased many titles from EHT, and I have never been disappointed.

  10. Lori Rahaim

    This was a GREAT course and I would recommend it to my colleagues. It was easy to follow and the test questions were easy to find within the course delivery.

  11. Carol Harm

    I learned / relearned some things that I knew but don’t use on a daily basis. It was a good review with some new things about evaluating the cervical spine.

  12. Lateral Epicondylitis: The Therapists Approach to Conquering Pain:

  13. Anonymous

    Good conference. I look forward to more.

  14. Danielle Rose LOTR/.CLT

    I did learn several new tricks to add to my bag as well as other clinical reasoning skills to enhance my decision making.

  15. larry rush

    . Very good information on Rx program for epicondylitis. I was able to implement the ideas in the course immediately and had very good response.

  16. Lance Vestal

    Good review. Nice hands on demonstration of treatment techniques. Vendor information very appreciated.

  17. MCP Arthroplasty: New Knuckles? Or an Expensive Flyswatter!:

  18. Linda Schmidt

    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.

  19. Anonymous

    Wow! Great course

  20. Myofascial Therapy with Emphasis on Trigger Points:

  21. Sue Hammerich OTR/L

    An extraordinary addition to my “bag of tricks”, and a vital portion of most of my treatment plans!

  22. Kathy Randall

    I learned what I was hoping to gain from this.

  23. Anonymous

    informative for video course. now need some hands on experience

  24. Eldra T. Marcus

    The class was very informative and I’ll be sharing the CD-Rom with fellow co-workers.

  25. Anonymous

    Highly recommended. Loved the “props”

  26. Joint Mobilization of the Upper Extremity:

  27. Elsa Escobedo OTR

    It was very well organized and helpful. I will continue to review it and learn more each time.
    Thank You

  28. Gretchen Proctor OTR/L CHT

    Great information. Very well presented. I think that with a Joint Mob course, I need to have more hands on experience and hands on feedback. The information is great to have though, and I feel I got a lot from the course.

  29. Kerstin Waltz OTR/L

    The course material is very helpful and thorough. I like it very much. I can practice whenever I want to. It is also very helpful in teaching students and coworkers.

  30. Kenny D. Maynes

    Maybe more advanced then I expected. Work outpt and SNF. Looking for course’s for contracture management/ROM etc dealing with, elbows, hands(in general,not going through ever single finger), wrist, shoulder.

  31. Shannon OTR/L,CHT

    This is a great course. One of the better courses I’ve bought online. Mr. Allen demonstrates all UE mobilizations with commentary on body/hand positions that flows nicely. The question session at the end offers additional information regarding convex/concave rule, precautions and a couple of case studies.

  32. RSD/CRPS The Physicians and Therapists Approach to Comprehensive Evaluation and Management:

  33. Lora Weiss

    The course was informative and I used some of the treatment recommendations immediately in the clinic; for example, timing and documenting improved tolerance for the scrubbing activity and use of constant contact massage on both UE and LE with good benefit.

  34. Anonymous

    Good course but a little stilted at times. Good info.

  35. Anonymous

    Great class. Highly recommended

  36. Anonymous

    fantastic course

  37. Jerry

    Nice course and clinically relevant

  38. LASER: The Healing Power of Light:

  39. Anonymous

    This course was a very good informative course. It was well taught to get a basic knowledge on the Laser. I felt very confident to use a laser in my practice after completing this.

  40. Pat P.T.

    Good presentation of subject with good handout which I can refer back to if needed. I feel I have a good understanding of laser use after taking this course.

  41. Anonymous

    Really great course! Thanks

  42. Neurodynamics of the Upper Extremity Evaluation and Treatment Strategies: It’s Not Just About The Hand:

  43. Connie Dollens

    this was good

  44. Julie Belden OTR/L/CHT

    I really enjoyed the conference. It laid out the anatomy very clearly, and gave me some great ideas for nerve glides and slides that are easy for my patients to reproduce in a home program.

  45. Anonymous

    Very good course

  46. Anonymous

    Very informative course – excellent instructor

  47. Anonymous

    The course was clear, well organized, and provided information applicable to clinical treatment of patients.

    Thank you.

  48. Edema Management: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow:

  49. Anonymous

    The lecturer in the second half was hard to follow and almost put me to sleep

  50. Kari Wiese

    Great class! I enjoyed it and took things from it to use in the clinic!

  51. Sheila Kamp

    Excellent course. Very thorough with lots of great tips and treatment techniques to implement in the clinic. Results have improved with patients since taking this course!

  52. Intrinsics: Unravel the Mystery:

  53. Julie Chilson

    I enjoyed the course very much, very informative. Easy to fololow.

  54. Cindy Hardgrove

    Excellent quality course!

  55. Cory Vatnsdal OTR/L

    The course was wonderful. I re-learned so much that I forgot over the years and a therapist sometimes needs to step back and break down the hand like this, much more than in daily practice. I revisited my roots in Occupational Therapy. Thank you.

  56. Mary Newell OTR/L,CHT

    The course althought short was very up to date and comprehensive

  57. Anonymous

    Really loved this. It’s such an interesting topic. I plan on going back and watching it again.

  58. Spanish: Easy Spanish For Rehabilitation Professionals:

  59. Anonymous

    this is a great course

  60. Anonymous

    This guy was good! He made it fun and interesting! Fantastic course!

  61. Anonymous

    Good basic knowledge in course

  62. Anonymous

    The course was excellent and very interactive

  63. Anonymous

    I could take this course again and not be bored and keep learning

  64. Shoulder Pathology: A Detailed Approach to Examination and Treatment:

  65. Anonymous

    very good

  66. Anonymous

    Very detailed and complete. The best CEU I have purchased so far.
    How about more on Cervical Spine

  67. Anonymous

    Paul Bonzani is a natural born professeur. He’s very clear. What’s nice about DVD’s is I can go back over which is what I intend to do. Great course!

  68. Anonymous

    Best Course that I have taken!

  69. Ellsa

    Great course. Thorough and engaging. I learned a ton and enjoyed the instructors sense of humor.

  70. X-Ray Vision for the Therapist: I’ve Got You Under my Skin.:

  71. Fran Fleishman MS

    Fabulous, I’ve been wanting a course on xray interpretation.
    The information is organized well, and Susan speaks in a very knowledgeable but user-friendly way.
    To make it even better, I think the xrays should be larger. The zoom on my DVD player helps but often puts the image off center or completely out of the picture.
    You do great work,
    Sincerely,
    Fran

  72. Karen S. Roesch M.S.

    good. It answered a lot of my questions.

  73. Anonymous

    excellent review and new information. claified some important questions i had and as always, presented in an easy- to- understand syle. good job. looking forward to your new topics…how about trying to make sense of CT’s and MRI’s…what’s next..i can’twait

  74. Anonymous

    A really excellent course to review and learn basics of looking t and reading X-rays. Well organized.

  75. Arthroplasty of the Upper Extremity Bring on the New Joints:

  76. Linda Stanton

    I really enjoyed this course and the updates on the current types of arthroplasty options available. I have been performing hand therapy for 28 years, so it is great to see updates. You were very thorough and I enjoyed the style of presentation.

  77. Anonymous

    Wonderful course. I can’t wait to sign on for more of your courses.

  78. John Wirth COTA/L

    This was the ‘pick of the litter’, new information for me, . Good support material and I like the turnaround time for testing and certificate.

  79. Anonymous

    Very nice overview.

  80. Jody Wait

    So nice to be able to pause, rewind, or whatever while learning information. Nice to be able to learn on your own time. I appreciate all that you do for the hand therapy community.

  81. YOGA, CHILD’S PLAY:

  82. Marsha McCormac

    I loved it and use her suggestions several times per week.

  83. Wrist Secrets Part 1:

  84. Ann Kutz

    We just started part 2 (the OT’s approach) and are loving it!!
    I guess we are all OT’s watching it and the info you are giving us is what we want.
    Thanks much !! Ann

  85. Joanne Smith OT CHT

    Terribly ‘dry’, but good content

  86. Wrist Secrets Part 2:

  87. Joanne Smith OT CHT

    Excellent. It’s great to see how the quality of EHT productions has improved over the years. Well done.

  88. Wrist Secrets Part 3:

  89. Anonymous

    Great course

  90. Sports Injuries: Off the Sideline and Into the Game:

  91. Betty Yuyuenyongwatana

    This was my first time purchasing a course from Live Conferences. I was very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the course. I learned a lot . I would recommend chaptering/indexing further. The shoulder section was very long and it was time consuming to find a section again. Thank you for providing a cost effective and quality course. I would definitely consider another course.

  92. Ellen Carr

    I really enoyed this course, I thought the instructor was well informed about the material he covered and was logical and sequential for good comprehension and learning. I was hoping to get more info on hand taping for sports as I also coach girls basketball as well as work with industrial injuries that often benefit from soft, inexpensive support. I wonder if an athletic trainer’s taping techniques for the upper extremity might be an idea for a video course. I do enjoy the wide range of courses you offer and although I pay for them out of my own pocket, I find the courses valuable both in terms of skill building and investment. Thanks for all!

  93. Anonymous

    Not my favorite speaker… But good couse

  94. Anonymous

    Very well done class.

  95. Stiffness: Suggestions and Solutions:

  96. Elena Narvaez

    This was an excellent course with a wonderful presenter. Although long, she went directly from the notes plus offered great interjected suggestions. I would recommend this course to others!

  97. Andrea Marconi OTR/L

    Good suggestions and a affordable course

  98. Mary Newell OTR/L,CHT

    Good overview and recommendations for treatment. A good value for the money spent.

  99. Burns: Stop, Drop and Rehab:

  100. Krista Mackenzie

    Burns: Stop,Drop, and Rehab was an excellent course. I have recommended it to my colleagues. It covers everything from the cellular level through treatment.

  101. Anonymous

    This course was very helpful and informative. It will be a good resource to have in my library. This was my first Live Conferences course and I will definitely be ordering more in the future. Thank you for offering these courses!!

  102. Anonymous

    Again, great for beginning to intermediate therapists! I was looking to return to work and needed to brush up on my skills. Perfect!

  103. Elizabeth Cooper

    Very informative. The visuals showing dressing applications and wound care very helpful. The techniques were applied in practice setting.

  104. Tai Chi: Flow into Function:

  105. Rita Shaloiko

    excellent, i had started a tai chi class for myself at the end of last year and this product has great ideas as to how to incorporate it into rehab for my patients. now i don’t have to reinvent the wheel.

  106. Your review is awaiting approval

    Outrageous price!! I couldn’t believe your course cost so much. Please.

  107. Anonymous

    , I took the Tai Chi course without thinking of all of the ways to use it. Just really looking for something that would meet CEUs with some application for chronic pain and dystonia. This course was a wonderful surprise. As I mentioned I was traveling. Unfortunately, it was to assist my sister with new dialysis. I put the seated breathing into practice with her as well as some of the seated exercise. She loves it during those long 4 hours. Planning to use it with several of my children at work. LOVED THIS COURSE.

  108. Anonymous

    extremely well done course

  109. Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Motor Imagery Program:

  110. Jennifer

    This updated course is AMAZING – thanks Ladies you got a winner.

  111. Anonymous

    Good Intro into Mirror Therapy

  112. Stiff Joints: Tips, Tricks and Trivia:

  113. Jonathan L Queen MS OTR/L CHT

    I enjoyed the DVD and learned several new techniques to attempt end range DIP flexion. I only disagree on one of the test questions regarding pushing up from a chair or couch with palm down. I do not believe it is possible to attain a stretch to the extrinsic flexors while you are contracting them to assit with pushing off of the chair. If you were resting in that position and stretching I then would agree. I will take future coarses from your products. Thank you, Jonathan

  114. Peggy Giblin COTA/L

    Really enjoyed the course and hope to take more in the future!

  115. Anonymous

    The tips were handy and easy to implement in the clinic. The splints were interesting too, although some of the pictures were difficult to see how the splints were made.

  116. Anonymous

    The course on Joint stiffness: tips,tricks and trivia was helpful. Provided good and useful information.

  117. Anonymous

    Well done. Clear and straight forward !

  118. OA: Tips, Tricks, and Trivia:

  119. Anonymous

    Great Review of OA treatment and patient home program ideas. Thorough and interesting. Thank you.

  120. RSD/CRPS: Tips, Tricks, Trends, & Trivia:

  121. Michelle Miller OTR

    The coures was great the only draw back is KS will only accept 2 credit hours per 2 years for this type of education.

  122. Tammi Adam

    As an introductory course, it was a great review and brought me up-to-date with RSD, now CRPS. There were many ideas for treatment, as well as a few more techniques for evaluation that I was not familiar with. As this was my first course through EHT/Live Conferences, I am encouraged to take more. Thank you.

  123. Debra J Unverferth

    The course was practical and immediately useful. Looking forward to other courses

  124. Lateral Epicondylitis: Tips, Tricks, & Trivia:

  125. Anonymous

    I really enjoyed this course. It was a good review with some really concrete tips to take right back to our clinics to use right away.

  126. Anonymous

    Good basic information. Helpful tips for treatments.

  127. Ergonomics: Tips, Tricks & Trivia:

  128. Anonymous

    good refresher course. very informative

  129. Wounds: Tips, Tricks & Trivia:

  130. Cathy Borst

    Very easy to navigate. I even had to call the company and they returned my call within the same day.

  131. Brachial Plexus: Secrets of Treating TOS:

  132. Anonymous

    I haven’t completed the course yet, however the instructor is very knowledgeable and I like the way she repeats key information numerous times. This helped me recall information as the the course moved along.

  133. Peggy Langley

    Amazing course! I can’t say enough good things about it. Susan did a great job explaining the areas of TOS I was familiar in treating, but I learned many new facets such as the mirroring, greater motor imagery that can be used on this patient population. Thanks for a comprehensive course that nailed it!

  134. Anonymous

    Very good course. Very good presentation.

  135. Maggie Moraw OTR/L

    Great selection and very knowledgeable educators.

  136. All About the Thumb CMCJ Osteoarthritis:

  137. Anonymous

    Great tips, This book is used every day in our clinics

  138. Stroke: Pathophysiology – New Advances in Treatment:

  139. Anonymous

    Thanks for the suggestions – I learned a lot in this short course!

  140. Yoga: Creative Clinical Wisdom’s:

  141. Steve Rother Spokesman for “the group”

    Awesome work. These practical tools are needed more now than ever before. Keep up the great work!

  142. CADAVER Anatomy Review Forearm and Elbow – Cadaver Dissection and Beyond:

  143. 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

  144. CADAVER Shoulder/Brachial Plexus: A Spine Tingling Cadaver Dissection:

  145. Anonymous

    Well done!

  146. Bunnster

    Loved this class – WOW

  147. 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

  148. CADAVER Anatomy Hand Dissection: Making The Complex Simple:

  149. Anonymous

    THANK YOU! All of your videos are amazing

  150. 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

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