Rehabilitation Grand Rounds is an ongoing series of state of the art academic programs developed for rehabilitation professionals who specialize in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders affecting individuals of all ages. Activities include: Hip Resurfacing, Management of the Young Overhead Athlete - Keeping Them Safely in the Game, and the newly added Managing Injuries in the Long Distance Runner.
Treating the Multisport & Endurance Athlete: Achieving Peak Performance
Endurance and multisport athletes present unique challenges to physical therapists, trainers and coaches due to the repetitive and high strain they put on their bodies. These on-demand webcasts will provide participants with the knowledge needed to properly identify, treat and prevent common injuries in the endurance and multisport athlete.
Clinical Approach to the Evaluation & Treatment of Congenital Muscular Torticollis
This program will discuss etiology, incidence, differential diagnosis, therapeutic and surgical interventions for children with torticollis. Guidelines for examination and progression of treatment as well as discharge will be discussed.