LIVE WEBINAR: A Review of Operating Processes with Implications for Management
TheraTogs inventor Beverly Cusick, PT MS NDT COF brings her foundational 2-day Developmental Orthopedics course to the webinar format!
Offered in partnership with Footprints Physical Therapy, this LIVE webinar will deepen your knowledge of developmental norms, influences, and biomechanics – complete with video examples, a hefty handout, and copious references. Download the brochure for more information, or register via the link above.
Brain and Spine Physiotherapy Clinic-Children Services, Navan, County Meath, Ireland
Taught by TheraTogs inventor Beverly (Billi) Cusick, this program features an overview of somatosensory function and development, the role of postural control in movement acquisition and physiologic adaptation, skeletal modeling mechanisms and influences, and ideal and pathomechanical features of orthopedic development of the trunk and lower extremity.
14.0 contact hours
Optional: Day 3 Hands-On Lab
Course Description • Full Course Details
Developmental Orthopedics – Assessment Skills Lab Session
Lab participants will execute 14 musculoskeletal assessments on each other under supervision by TheraTogs inventor Beverly (Billi) Cusick. These participants will complete the program by participating in a live case presentation in which they will be asked at random to execute an assessment procedure.
Prerequisites. This lab program is open only to clinicians who have completed the one-day or two-day versions of the seminar program entitled: Developmental Orthopedics of the Trunk & Lower Extremity.
Enrollment is limited to 15 participants. After 15 are registered, additional interested attendees may place themselves on a wait list. Enrollment status is determined on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is an intermediate-level course; prerequisite training is required as noted above, and pre-course review materials are issued.
Dress for Lab. Lab enrollees should come dressed to undergo LE assessments requiring skin marking and palpation of the greater trochanter and fibula head.
For more information. View a more complete description of the course here.