X-Ray Vision for the Therapist: I’ve Got You Under my Skin.
|CONTACT HOURS:||1.75 Hours|
Domain of OT, OTP,
CA 40-H39 1.75hrs
AL 20-171815 1.75hrs
FL 20-171815 1.75hrs
This interactive course is designed to teach you how to understand simple and complex x-rays of the upper extremity. After viewing this course the therapist will learn an array of x-ray views, terminology, and diagnosis. Knowledge of what lies beneath the skin on an x-ray, can help guide your treatment regime and enhance your clinical judgment. Over 100 x-rays are discussed in this detailed course
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* 2.25 NBCOT® PDUs
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Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process
This interactive mixed learning level movie course is designed to teach you how to understand simple and complex x-rays of the upper extremity. After viewing this course the therapist will learn an array of x-ray views, terminology, and diagnosis. Knowledge of what lies beneath the skin on an x-ray, can help guide your treatment regime and enhance your clinical judgment. Over 100 x-rays are discussed in this detailed course. Intermediate level learning. Online interactive movie course. Upon successful completion (80%) of an online examination participant will receive course completion certificate
- Review the basic x-ray positions and some specialty positions
- Describe closed, open, intra-articular, extra-articular, comminuted, segmental, oblique, transverse and spiral.
- Review osteoarthritis and radiographic findings associated with it
- Discuss angulation, displacement, shortening, and rotation
- Review the VISI and DISI terminology
- Review peri-lunate vs lunate dislocation
- Review a variety of case studies about the hand
- Discuss the formation of the carpal bones in a child
- Discuss scaphoid fractures and various treatment approaches
- Become familiar with the terminology of SLAC wrist
- Review Essex-Lopresti lesions with radial head fractures
- Review treatments for humeral fractures
- X-ray views
- Distal radius
- VISI DISI
- Case Studies – Lots!
Susan Weiss, OTR/L, CHT received her degree in Occupational Therapy from University of Florida in 1990 and her certification in Hand Therapy in 1996. She is co-founder of Exploring Hand Therapy, Co. and co-authored “Hand Rehabilitation: A Quick Reference Guide and Review” third edition. She has co-authored multiple articles presented at various hand therapy meetings and has instructed at Hillsborough Community College’s OT Assistant Program. Ms. Weiss is an international educator and has won “best scientific paper” at several ASHT meetings as well as national awards at the annual ASHT meetings.
- Participants have one year to access the CEU course and exam to obtain CEUs.
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