Advanced Concepts in Strength and Conditioning within Sports Medicine~ August Continuing Education Offering
Attendees will gain an understanding and implementation of advanced strength and conditioning concepts for the athletic population including: applying strength principles in rehab, working with the aging athlete, using PRP for chronic tendinopathies, utilizing a sports medicine team, force velocity profiling and biomechanics of lifting. There will be 15 attendees per instructor ratio.
The upper cervical spine is defined as the occiput, C1, C2, and all associated vascular, contractile and non-contractile soft tissue structures. The upper cervical spine system can play a major role in cervical pain, temporomandibular dysfunction, whiplash associated disorder, headache, dizziness and vertigo. Because the anatomy, kinesiology and arthrokinematics of the upper cervical spine are considerably different than the lower cervical spine (C3-7), effective management of the upper cervical spine requires evaluation and intervention techniques specific to the region.
This one-day course presents upper cervical anatomy, precautions and contraindications to orthopedic manual therapy(OMPT) interventions, screening and evaluation techniques, HVLA and nonHVLA OMPT interventions as well as active therapeutic exercise interventions specific to the upper cervical spine. 7.5 contact hours (.75 CEUs)
Upon completion of the course the participant will be able to discuss and demonstrate:
The anatomy of the upper cervical spine including articular, vascular, ligamentous and neural structures.
Both subjective and objective findings indicative of precautions and contraindications to mobilization/manipulation of the upper cervical spine.
Testing the integrity and function of upper cervical ligaments.
Testing for compromise of the upper cervical arterial structures.
Testing the mobility of the upper cervical spine.
Performing HVLA and non-HVLA manual techniques to improve the mobility of the upper cervical spine.
Instructing the patient in an exercise program to maximize function and minimize dysfunction of the upper cervical spine.
Method of Presentation
The course will employ lecture /discussion and hands-on laboratory techniques. Instructor/student ratio will be 1/12. ( 36 students maximum)
Andrew Brenan is a graduate of the Kaiser Hayward Fellowship in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy and has been teaching long and short term courses since 1994. He is currently a clinical specialist at Kaiser Permanente in South Sacramento in the outpatient orthopedic department and a faculty member with the Northern California Orthopedic Manual PT Fellowship program.
Andrew Russell is a graduate of the Kaiser Northern California Orthopedic Manual PT Fellowship. He has been an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist for 15 years and is a supervisor and orthopedic clinical specialist with St Joseph Health in Sonoma County.
Linn Harding is a graduate of the Kaiser Northern California Orthopedic Manual PT Fellowship and has taught anatomy and manual orthopedic PT classes for over 25 years. He currently works as a full- time clinical specialist at St. Joseph’s orthopedic outpatient department in Sebastopol CA.
8:00 AM — 9:00 …… Anatomy and kinesiology of the upper cervical spine and indications for manual therapy to the upper cervical spine.
9:00 — 10:00 …… Precautions, contraindications, rationale for ligamentous and vascular testing.
10:00 — 10:15 Break
10:15 — 12:00 …….. Evaluation procedures: screening for precautions/contraindications and evaluating mobility
12:00 — 1:00 ………. Lunch
1:00 — 3:00 ………. OMPT: HVLA techniques for the upper cervical spine
3:00 — 4:00 ……….. OMPT: Non-HVLA techniques for the upper cervical spine
4:00 — 5:00 ………. Therapeutic exercise for the upper cervical spine
November 8, 2018 7-9 p.m.
UC Davis Medical Center
4680 Y Street, Suite 1100
Sacramento, California 95817
Presenter(s): Paul Carlisle, PT, MPT
$30: PT/PTA (Must be an active CPTA member)
Free: All Students
$75: Prospective members
Bill Workman, Continuing Education Chair NE District
**Contact at email@example.com **
Registration available via northeast-CPTA.org Courses
The speaker will lead the group through various scenarios related to
administrative/business practices (e.g., coding, productivity, documentation practices). A thorough review of the laws and regulations will be provided as well. You don’t want to miss this interactive event!
At the conclusion of the program, the participant will be able to:
Identify resources that can assist in ethical and legal decision-making.
Utilize an ethical decision-making model to reason through and discuss case scenarios.
Consider, and review current laws and regulations relating to the practice of PT.
Review ethical decision-making model to reason through and discuss case scenarios
Review laws and regulations
Identify resources that can assist in ethical and legal decision-making
Discussion on when a situation presents an ethical and/or legal issue
Discuss arguments on the ethical and professional aspects of an issue
2 contact hours or .2 CEUs (approval pending)
Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants
Instruction Level: Basic
Format: Lecture only
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Time: 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Title: Vestibular Course
Presenter: Lisa Heusel-Gillig, PT, DPT, NCS
Cost: $300 APTA members; $480 non-members
7667 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95826
CSU, Sacramento, Physical Therapy Dept.
Sponsor: Northeast District and CPTA
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3rd ANNUAL RESULTS SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM Hot Topics in Foot and Ankle Injuries and Rehabilitation
Date: Monday, May 21, 2018
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Title: Payment Forum
Presenter: Dr. Baldi from Blue Shield
Cost: CPTA member $10; Non Member $25
3000 Q Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
6th floor conference room
Sponsor: Northeast District
Webinar access potential – please contact us for more info
Contact: Bill Workman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 310-888-9996
The National Advocacy Dinner movement is returning to Northern California for another year!
National Advocacy Dinners are community-based forums for students to engage in dialogue and become empowered to work with Federal and State policymakers to represent the PT profession and advocate for patient needs. Join us as we learn more about why #PTadvocacy is so important from local PT, PTA, and student leaders.
WHERE: San Joaquin County Agricultural Center, Stockton, CA
WHEN: Friday, April 20 from 6:00-9:00PM
DRESS: Business Casual DINNER: Dinner will be provided.
Please RSVP if you will be attending so we can get an accurate headcount for food (email@example.com) After dinner and our panel of speakers, we will be having a PT Pub Night at Valley Brew (location is tentative).