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The following courses are being promoted by sponsors via an advertising option with TPTA. The TPTA does not endorse the products or services of any of its advertisers or exhibitors.  The TPTA does not guarantee that the courses listed are approved for CCUs; please contact the course sponsor or check the TPTA website approved course search (available here) for verification.

 


 

Course Title: IASTM L1 Practitioner

Presenter(s): Davis Koh, PT, DPT, MBA, GCS, CSCS

Sponsor: KOH Education

CCUs: 8

Date & Time: March 24, 2018, 9:30am-7pm

Location: Lakeway, TX

Course Description: By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify and describe the anatomy of superficial fascia, deep fascia, and the layers of fascial tissue with other tissues and recognize how they relate to IASTM
  • Explain the effect of hyaluronic acid and its effect of fascia and how it can affect the lubricant of the hyaluronic acid and its effects on soft tissue
  • Identify and distinguish at least 10 indications and contraindications of IASTM treatment techniques
  • Identify some of the top leading IASTM brands including Graston, Smart Tools, Hawk Grips, and Fibroblaster and discuss the benefits and differences between the brands
  • Classify the different materials for IASTM instruments and point out its effects on cross contamination between patients
  • Apply knowledge of IASTM techniques by physically demonstrating the seven foundational strokes
  • Explain the effects of pressure and time limits on each of the thirty treatment protocols for IASTM techniques
  • Apply the knowledge of optimal patient positions and properly apply the correct strokes for each of the thirty treatment protocols

Registration Information: Deadline for registration is March 23, 2018. Please see the sponsor's website for more information, www.kohed.com

 

Posted on February 12, 2018

 


 

Course Title: A Study of Neurodynamics

Presenter(s): Not listed

Sponsor: International Spine and Pain Institute

CCUs: 15

Date & Time: April 7-8, 2018

Location: Katy, TX

Course Description: By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Review current evidence and understanding of neuroanatomy and neurogenic pain related to evaluation and treatment of neurodynamics through attending lecture and reviewing course manual
  • Locate and palpate peripheral nerves in upper limb and lower extremity on lab partners using course manual and with instructor assistance
  • Demonstrate upper limb, trunk, lumbar and lumbrosacral neurodynamic tests performed on lab partners after demonstration from instructor(s) and with use of manual
  • Differentiate neurodynamic treatment principles for various clinical examples based on lecture material and course manual in class discussion
  • Demonstrate upper limb, trunk, lumbar and lumbosacral neurodynamic treatments performed on lab partners after demonstration from instructor(s) and with use of manual
  • Choose appropriate neurodynamic test and treatment for clinical application to at least 1 of 8 written case studies presenting to class for discussion using course teachings and course manual

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website, link here.

 

Posted on February 7, 2018

 


 

Course Title: CranioSacral Therapy 1 (CS1)

Presenter(s): Kimberly Painter, PT, LMT, CST-D

Sponsor: Upledger Institute International

CCUs: 24

Date & Time: March 22-25, 2018, 8:30am-5:30pm

Location: Houston, TX

Course Description: By the end of this 4-day workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the scientific foundation and principles of CranioSacral Therapy - and why it's the key to relieving pain and dysfunction at their source
  • Demonstrate finely tuned palpation skills you can rely on as highly sensitive and intuitive healthcare tools
  • Identify the subtle craniosacral rhythm and interpret its patterns to accurately evaluate dysfunction and improvements
  • Locate the source of physical problems by traveling through the fascial system, that complex web of tissue that impacts all body structures and systems
  • Release dural tube restrictions to enhance interactions between the central nervous system and the rest of the body
  • Use techniques that produce dramatic health and relaxation effects, including Direction of Energy and Still-Point Induction
  • Work with approaches to a number of common ailments such as TMJ dysfunction, head and neck pain, central nervous system disorders and many more
  • Put a simple, effective 10-Step Protocol into practice right away

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website, www.upledger.com

For More Information: Call 800-233-5880 for Early Registration Discounts - Save up to $200

 

Posted on February 5, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Neuromeningeal Manipulation: An Integrative Approach to Trauma (NM1)

Presenter(s): Lisa Polec, DC, BI-D

Sponsor: Barral Institute

CCUs: 18

Date & Time: March 23-25, 2018, Registration on Day 1 - 8am, Class - 9am-5pm

Location: Houston, TX

Course Description: NM1 is a specialized course focusing on the impact of trauma and whiplash. Course highlights:

  • Study the three primary areas of trauma as they relate to whiplash; physical laws, evaluation and treatment
  • Learn the appropriate anatomy and physiology for treatment of whiplash and trauma conditions
  • Learn to locate and release restrictions along the meningeal system
  • Assess injuries to the soft tissues of the cervical region and learn treatment protocols for optimal release
  • Learn tests to determine restriction patterns throughout the body
  • Understand how whiplash creates restriction patterns throughout the body
  • Identify techniques that encompass the whole body, as the whole body receives collision forces in a whiplash injury, not just the cervical spine
  • Learn to evaluate restrictions in the lumbosacral region
  • Discover new applications of visceral manipulation principles and techniques as they can be utilized for patients presenting whiplash and other conditions involving trauma
  • Compare treatment sequence and tests for whiplash and traumatic injuries

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website, www.barralinstitute.com

For More Information: Call 866-522-7725 for Early Registration Discounts and Save up to $200

 

Posted on February 5, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Postural Respiration

Presenter(s): Robert "Skip" George

Sponsor: Postural Restoration Institute

CCUs: 15

Date & Time: March 24-25, 2018

Location: Dallas, TX

Course Description: Upon completion, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize structural influences and breathing patterns of faulty postures
  • Design a postural isolation and inhibition program that includes the integration of appropriate dynamics of respiration to reduce occupational, leisure, and sleep breathing dysfunction
  • Release restrictive polyarticular chains and torsional patterns of the trunk through specific manual and non-manual orientation of ventilator muscle
  • Restore thoracic scapular force couples, rib alignment, and abdominal-diaphragm muscle integration for appropriate motor and sensory perceptual skill development of the upper extremities

Registration Information: Registration deadline is March 21, 2018. Please see the sponsors website, www.posturalrestoration.com/programs-courses/introductory-courses/postural-respiration

 

Posted on February 5, 2018

 


Course Title: Sports Competencies

Presenter(s): Not listed

Sponsor: Evidence in Motion, LLC

CCUs: 24

Date & Time: February 17-18, 2018

Location: West Lake Hills, TX

Course Description: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Incorporate information from self-report measures, history and pre-participation musculoskeletal screenings to guide evidence-based decision making and recommendations to a team physician re: sports participation and/or need for rehabilitation
  • Demonstrate clinical examination skills for functional movement utilizing an evidence-based functional movement screen
  • Demonstrate clinical examination skills for athletic movement
  • Synthesize examination findings from functional movement screen and athletic movement to prescribe corrective exercises and injury prevention strategies
  • Select and demonstrate neuromuscular training and therapeutic exercise interventions based on current best evidence for the rehabilitation of the physically active individual
  • Most importantly - be able to apply this stuff to your clinical practice next week!

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website, link here.

 

Posted on February 5, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Functional Dry Needling Level 1

Presenter(s): Not listed

Sponsor: KinetaCore

CCUs: 29

Date & Time: March 24-25, 2018

Location: Fort Worth, TX

Course Description: Upon completion of this introductory level course, each practitioner will understand trigger points and the clinical presentation of neuromuscular dysfunction. They will demonstrate competency in dry needling of the muscles covered and will understand indications, contraindications, precautions and complications associated with Functional Dry Needling. To earn this certificate, all practitioners must pass both a theoretical and practical examination.

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website, link here.

 

Posted on February 5, 2018

 



CC Approval Program (CCAP)
Prof. Development
Course Title:

CranioSacral Therapy 1 

Presenter(s):

Lisa Desrochers, DPT, MS, CST-D 

Sponsor:

Upledger Institute International

CCUs 16 CCUs
Dates & Times:

Sept 18-19, 2015

Location:

Addison, TX

Course Description:

OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

1) Define and explain what is meant by clumsiness, developmental coordination disorder, and developmental Dyspraxia.

 

2) Explain the proposed underlying causes of praxis problems.

 

3) Identify the characteristics of the child with praxis problems.

 

4) Identify the components of an adequate evaluation for the child including standardized and non-standardized methods.

 

5) Discuss the principles used in the organization of a treatment program for children with praxis problems.

 

6) Discuss the levels of adaptive responses that need to be identified prior to the planning of a treatment program.

 

7) Define and explain how to use the vestibular, proprioceptive and tactile systems in the treatment of children with praxis problems.

For More Information:

Deadline for registration: Sept. 17, 2015

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I (Posted on July 10, 2015

 

 
Course Title:

CranioSacral Therapy 1 

Presenter(s):

Lisa Desrochers, DPT, MS, CST-D 

Sponsor:

Upledger Institute International

CCUs 16 CCUs
Dates & Times:

Sept 18-19, 2015

Location:

Addison, TX

Course Description:

OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

1) Define and explain what is meant by clumsiness, developmental coordination disorder, and developmental Dyspraxia.

 

2) Explain the proposed underlying causes of praxis problems.

 

3) Identify the characteristics of the child with praxis problems.

 

4) Identify the components of an adequate evaluation for the child including standardized and non-standardized methods.

 

5) Discuss the principles used in the organization of a treatment program for children with praxis problems.

 

6) Discuss the levels of adaptive responses that need to be identified prior to the planning of a treatment program.

 

7) Define and explain how to use the vestibular, proprioceptive and tactile systems in the treatment of children with praxis problems.

For More Information:

Deadline for registration: Sept. 17, 2015

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I (Posted on July 10, 2015

 

 

 




Course Title:

Functional Orthopedic Anatomy Workshop: A Clinical Applications Workshop with Cadaver Prosections 


Presenter(s):

Greg Ernst, PT, PhD; Julie Barnett, DPT; Yolanda Rangel, PhD; Earlanda Williams, PhD 


Sponsor:

UT Health Science Center San Antonio


CCUs

7.5 CCUs

 

Date & Time:

April 30, 2016; 8am - 5pm 


Location:

UT Health Science Center San Antonio- Main Campus


Course Description:


Emphasis of the course is on clinical correlation. Case studies will be presented. 

 

Registration Information:

Course Fee: $275

Registration Deadline: April 15th, 2016 

 

For More Information:

Contact Jackie Lopez for registration forms and additional information

I (Posted on March 24, 2016

 




Course Title:

Functional Orthopedic Anatomy Workshop: A Clinical Applications Workshop with Cadaver Prosections 


Presenter(s):

Greg Ernst, PT, PhD; Julie Barnett, DPT; Yolanda Rangel, PhD; Earlanda Williams, PhD 


Sponsor:

UT Health Science Center San Antonio


CCUs

7.5 CCUs

 

Date & Time:

April 30, 2016; 8am - 5pm 


Location:

UT Health Science Center San Antonio- Main Campus


Course Description:


Emphasis of the course is on clinical correlation. Case studies will be presented. 

 

Registration Information:

Course Fee: $275

Registration Deadline: April 15th, 2016 

 

For More Information:

Contact Jackie Lopez for registration forms and additional information

I (Posted on March 24, 2016

Course Title:

Ergonomic Evaluation Certification 


Presenter(s):

Dr. John LaCourse  

Sponsor:

Matheson Education and Training Solutions 


CCUs:

30 

Date & Time:

November 2-5, 2016 

Location:

Dallas, TX

Course Description:

 

Gain risk assessment tools for work tasks requiring strength, upper extremity dexterity, and whole-body endurance.

Gain the skills to address basic ergonomic design issues.

Registration Information:

Registration Deadline: October 28, 2016 

 

For More Information:

Visit www.roymatheson.com 

VII (Posted on April 5, 2016)

Course Title:

Ergonomic Evaluation Certification 


Presenter(s):

Dr. John LaCourse  

Sponsor:

Matheson Education and Training Solutions 


CCUs:

30 

Date & Time:

November 2-5, 2016 

Location:

Dallas, TX

Course Description:

 

Gain risk assessment tools for work tasks requiring strength, upper extremity dexterity, and whole-body endurance.

Gain the skills to address basic ergonomic design issues.

Registration Information:

Registration Deadline: October 28, 2016 

 

For More Information:

Visit www.roymatheson.com 

VII (Posted on April 5, 2016)

Course Title:

Ergonomic Evaluation Certification 


Presenter(s):

Dr. John LaCourse  

Sponsor:

Matheson Education and Training Solutions 


CCUs:

30 

Date & Time:

November 2-5, 2016 

Location:

Dallas, TX

Course Description:

 

Gain risk assessment tools for work tasks requiring strength, upper extremity dexterity, and whole-body endurance.

Gain the skills to address basic ergonomic design issues.

Registration Information:

Registration Deadline: October 28, 2016 

 

For More Information:

Visit www.roymatheson.com 

VII (Posted on April 5, 2016)

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