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Therapy Courses in Post-Operative Pathologies
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11/15/2019 to 11/17/2019
When: Friday - Sunday, November 15 - 17, 2019
7:30 AM - 4:15 PM
Where: JFK Conference Center
70 James Street
Edison, New Jersey  08818
United States
Presenter: Michael Masaracchio, PT, Ph.D., DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT and Stephen Caronia, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT
Contact: Marianne Mohary
732-632-1570

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Therapy Courses in Post-Operative Pathologies: Evidence-Based Examination and Management of Post-Operative Knee Pathologies & Evidence Based Examination and Management of Post-Operative Shoulder Pathologies 

This course will focus on evidence-based examination and management of selected post-operative pathologies of the knee. A brief review of clinical anatomy and biomechanics of the knee will be presented to help participants incorporate functional anatomy into their reasoning process. Pathomechanics, mechanisms of injury, and surgical procedures will be discussed for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, meniscal repairs and menisectomies, and articular cartilage procedures. Evidence-based features of the examination will be reviewed, as well as a discussion on therapeutic exercises and manual therapy interventions for commonly encountered post-operative pathologies of the knee. Demonstration of manual therapy and therapeutic exercises while incorporating a clinical reasoning framework will be presented. Post-operative management strategies will be implemented with a review of protocol based therapy applied within a patient-centered framework and clinical reasoning process.

This course will focus on evidence-based examination and management of selected post-operative pathologies of the shoulder. A brief review of clinical anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder will be presented to help participants incorporate functional anatomy into their reasoning process. Pathomechanics, mechanisms of injury, and surgical procedures will be discussed for rotator cuff tears and capsulolabral repairs. Evidence-based features of the examination will be reviewed, as well as a discussion on therapeutic exercises and manual therapy interventions for commonly encountered post-operative pathologies of the shoulder. Demonstration of manual therapy and therapeutic exercises while incorporating a clinical reasoning framework will be presented. Post-operative management strategies will be implemented with a review of protocol based therapy applied within a patient-centered framework and clinical reasoning process. 

 

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