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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: Functional Dry Needling Level I

Presenter(s): Not listed

Sponsor: KinetaCore

CCUs: 29

Date & Time: July 14-15, 2018

Location: Bedford, TX

Course Description: See the Sponsor's website here

Registration Information: See the Sponsor's website here

 

Posted on April 16, 2018

 


 

Course Title: CranioSacral Therapy 1 (CS1)

Presenter(s): Dick Larson, CST, PhD

Sponsor: Upledger Institute International

CCUs: 24

Date & Time: August 16-19, 2018

Location: Austin, TX

Course Description: This course will introduce you to the anatomy and physiology of the CranioSacral System through our practical hands-on "learning by discovery" method. You will learn advanced palpatory skills, fascial and soft tissue release techniques, and a concise 10-step protocol for evaluation and treatment of the entire body via the CranioSacral System. To supplement class instruction you will receive a fully-illustrated, comprehensive study guide.

Registration Information: Register at the sponsor's website, www.upledger.com. Register by June 17, 2018 and save $200.

 

Posted on April 3, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Visceral Manipulation 1; Abdoman (VM1)

Presenter(s): Dee Dettman Ahern, PT, BI-D

Sponsor: Barral Institute

CCUs: 24

Date & Time: August 16-19, 2018

Location: Austin, TX

Course Description: In this course, you will be introduced to the models and concepts of functional biomechanics as viewed from Jean-Pierre Barral's Visceral Manipulation approach. This method of evaluation and treatment is based on the concept that each of our internal organs rotates on a physiological axis. Focus is on the abdominal cavity and includes the organs, their membranes, ligaments, innervation and their spatial functional interrelationships. You will learn basic manipulations for correcting abnormal motions and stress patterns within this cavity. The manual techniques are not advised for pregnant participants.

Registration Information: Register at the sponsor's website, www.barralinstitute.com. Register by 6/17/2018 and save $200.

 

Posted on April 3, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Lymphatic Balancing; Total Body

Presenter(s): Developer, Kerry D'Ambrogio, DOM, AP, DO-MTP

Sponsor: D'Ambrogio Institute

CCUs: 25

Date & Time: July 19-22, 2018

Location: Dallas/Ft. Worth

Course Description: This course teaches you how to perform a Total Body Evaluation (ARTS), and treat excess fluid or swelling in the body. This class teaches you a total body approach to lymphatic balancing. LB is a useful place to start for new patients before performing specific LB on local regions of the body, or as maintenance for the patient.

Registration Information: Register at the sponsor's website, www.dambrogioinstitute.com. Register by May 20th and save $200.

 

Posted on April 3, 2018

 


  

  

Course Title: Wound Certification Prep Course (WCPC)

Presenter(s): Greg Patterson, MD, FACS, CWS; Pamela Scarborough, PT, DPT, MS, CDE, CWS, CEEAA; Carolyn H. Cuttino, BSN, RN, CWCN, CWS

Sponsor: HMP

CCUs: 17

Date & Time: April 21-22, 7:30am-5:30pm

Location: DoubleTree Hotel Dallas, Campbell Centre, 8250 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, 75206

Course Description: The Wound Certification Prep Course (WCPC) is an in-depth 2-day course for physical therapists interested in preparing for the wound certification board examinations, becoming re-certified, or gaining a better understanding of wound care. Physical Therapists play a critical role in eliminating barriers to wound healing and using specific interventions to enhance healing and outcomes, such as debridement and biophysical modalities. They are often on the front lines, treating patients both in the hospital and in outpatient settings.

 

Additional benefits for Physical Therapists:

  • Improves your chances of passing the CWS board certification exam
  • Taught by an interdisciplinary panel of ABWM Certified Wound Specialists
  • Earn up to 17 contact hours
  • Only course recommended by the ABWM Foundation
  • Convenient 2-day format
  • Save $100 on registration (use code TPTA100)

Registration Information: Please see the sponsor's website at https://www.woundprepcourse.com/physical-therapists. Save on registration with the code TPTA100. The discount applies to new registrations only and cannot be combined with any other discount.

 

Posted on March 21, 2018

 


 

Course Title: Concussion Management

Presenter(s): Not listed

Sponsor: Evidence In Motion

CCUs: Not listed

Date & Time: June 9-10, 2018

Location: San Antonio, TX

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

  • Debunk concussion myths and facts in clinical practice
  • Obtain an exquisite subjective history from patient and caregiver screening all systems, environmental, and social scenarios that may impede clinical care and outcomes
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive physical examination to diagnose and/or recognize concussion signs and symptoms in the pediatric to geriatric patient
  • Identify premorbid yellow and red flags that may make the patient susceptible to chronic post concussion symptoms
  • Use various screening tools and techniques to differentiate between post-concussion syndrome, cervical spine, vestibular, learning, and mood disorders
  • Incorporate and analyze real-life patient stories and videos for next day clinical knowledge translation
  • Determine who is appropriate to refer to rehabilitative therapy services such as physical therapy, vestibular therapy, occupational therapy, vision therapy, speech language pathology, neuropsychology, psychology, school counselors, and social work
  • Appreciate the interdisciplinary model necessary to appropriately care for the chronic post-concussive patient
  • Determine how to assess and treat cervical, vestibular, and autonomic dysfunction related to exertional exercise
  • Utilize a paced graded exposure therapeutic neuroscience education approach to address functional limitations that may be modifiable with behavioral and environmental adaptations
  • Empower the student to begin accurately educating colleagues and communities on concussion prevention, treatment and safety

Registration Information: Please see the course listing on the sponsor's website for more information

 

Posted on February 27, 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

 



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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