Hand And Upper Extremity Review Series CEU Courses for OTs

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Current Topics in Upper Limb Loss and Difference: Electronic Multi-Articulating Hands and Digits, Toe-to-Hand Transfers, and Hand Transplantations
Presented by Diane J. Atkins, OTR/L, FISPO
Video
Course: #4444Level: Advanced1 Hour
This presentation is designed to capture the current advances in electric multi-articulating hands, hand transplantation, and toe-to-hand transfers. Functional and quality of life outcomes will be shared as well as several videos that will demonstrate the functional abilities of individuals who have been recipients of these advanced procedures.

Current Topics in Upper Limb Loss and Difference: Bilateral Upper Limb Loss
Presented by Shawn Swanson Johnson, OTR/L
Video
Course: #4443Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course will focus on bilateral upper extremity limb loss, pre-prosthetic and post prosthetic therapy needs, and ideas and resources for the bilateral upper limb loss/absence individual. It will also provide information on adaptive equipment for ADL’s.

Link to View Handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nz5CrRi9YVND6BTdff1t0nGcTOkeNg5g/view?usp=sharing

Current Topics in Upper Limb Loss and Difference: OT for Targeted Muscle Reinnervation and Pattern Recognition Control
Presented by Kristi Turner, DHSc, OTR/L
Video
Course: #4471Level: Advanced1 Hour
Targeted Muscle Reinnervation is a surgical procedure that moves the remaining residual limb nerves into musculature in the residual limb. The basic concepts and therapy of Targeted Muscle Reinnervation, as well as pattern recognition control, will be described.

Current Topics in Upper Limb Loss and Difference: Problem Solving Complex Issues with Pediatric Upper Limb Loss Difference
Presented by Vivian Yip, OTD, MA, OTR/L
Video
Course: #4453Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course will provide clinicians strategies and tools to guide care for unique children with various involvement of limb differences and their families to participate in everyday activities and daily living skills.

Current Topics in Upper Limb Loss and Difference: Unlimbited Wellness and Secondary Conditions
Presented by Debra Latour, OTD, M.Ed. Advanced Practice of Occupational Therapy, OTR/L
Video
Course: #4477Level: Advanced1 Hour
Individuals with upper limb loss/difference (ULL/D) are likely to encounter secondary conditions that include pain, overuse and perceptions of isolation, and social stigma often require specialized services, including occupational therapy that may be difficult to access. Today’s course highlights the development, implementation, and evaluation of a telehealth program that offered preventive information, strategies, and peer interaction.

Examination And Assessment For The Upper Extremity: Part 2
Presented by Valeri Calhoun, MS, OTR/L, CHT
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Course: #4359Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is the second course in a 2-part series that will provide clinical assessment tools and guidelines to utilize in the treatment planning for the upper extremity involved population. This session will focus on the screening and assessment of motion, sensibility, strength, and dexterity.

Case Studies for the Master Clinician: The Manchester Short Splint for Flexor Tendon Rehabilitation
Presented by Rebecca Neiduski, Ph.D., OTR/L, CHT, Janice Rocker, OTD, OTR/L, CHT
Video
Course: #3627Level: Advanced1.5 Hour
This case study will examine flexor tendon rehabilitation using the Manchester Short Splint. It will provide a comprehensive overview of this treatment and provide a review of the current literature.

Series: Joint Mobility of the Upper Extremity
Presented by Ellen Pong, DPT, MOT, BA
Video
Course: #2921Level: Intermediate4 Hours
This course series will explore conservative treatment combinations including modalities, Botulinum toxin injections, dynamic and static splinting, and hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilization for patients with soft tissue and joint contractures of the upper extremity. Neurological and orthopedic-caused contractures will be addressed separately. The series consists of three courses: The Shoulder Complex; The Elbow; and The Wrist and Hand. This course is open captioned.

Please note: This course series is comprised of the following individual recordings: #2818, #2832 and #2849.

This course is part of the “Hand and Upper Extremity Review Series.”

Series: Wrist Instability and Tendinopathies
Presented by Ellen Pong, DPT, MOT, BA
Video
Course: #2623Level: Advanced3 Hours
In the first part of this series you will explore the anatomy and patho-biomechanics of wrist instability and its classification systems. You will also explore the anatomy and pathology of tendinopathies of the hand and wrist. Evidence-based clinical assessments will be presented, and current conservative and post-operative treatments will be discussed. In the second part of the series, you will explore the anatomy and patho-biomechanics of wrist instability and its classification systems. Evidence-based clinical assessments will be presented, and current treatments will be discussed.

Please note: This course series is comprised of the following individual recordings: #2588 and #2612.

This course is part of the “Hand and Upper Extremity Review Series.”

Series: The Pediatric Hand
Presented by Valeri Calhoun, MS, OTR/L, CHT
Video
Course: #2624Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Part I: This course will outline the evaluation and treatment principles for the pediatric orthopedic hand patient, including the traumatic hand injured patient, and how it differs from the adult hand population. This course will provide specific evaluation techniques along with treatment ideas. Part II: This presentation will build on the foundational information provided in Part I. It provides the learner with specific information on the evaluation and treatment of the congenital hand patient and the unique challenges this brings to the Occupational Therapist. Explore functional issues unique to this population and OT interventions that may assist in improving their abilities.

Please note: This course series is comprised of the following individual recordings: #2533 and #2599.

This course is part of the “Hand and Upper Extremity Review Series.”