education benefits for your staff can be expensive, especially when you add the cost of courses,
                    travel & time off... But it does not have to be!

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Through a partnership with EDUCATA, THE CE benefit provider, you can access the highest quality courses, pre-approved in every state, and have everyone in your clinic enriched and certified. And, what’s best: there are no travel expenses, no time away from the clinic.

Many clinics as well as hospitals, home health, skilled nursing and private practice have already selected EDUCATA as their CE Benefit Provider. Please contact [email protected] for more details on how we can help your clinic hold down costs without compromising one bit on quality.

Here is a sample of available courses. To see the full catalog, click here.

The Dizzy & Imbalanced Patient: 7.5 Contact Hours

Robert Landel

Robert Landel, PT, DPT, OCS
Recipient, James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Award, Orthopedic Section, APTA 2009

This course is aimed towards physical therapists who are treating patients with complaints of dizziness and/or balance problems. There are three lectures within this course. The first deals with differential diagnosis of the dizzy or imbalanced patient, the second with evaluation and the third with treatment.

Functional Assessment and Exercise for the Aging Patient: 7 Contact Hours

Dale Avers & Patrick VanBeveren

Dale Avers, PT, DPT, PhD
Recipient of the Distinguished Educator Award (2007) given by the APTA's Section on Geriatrics & the 1991 Joan Mills Award, Section on Geriatrics; frequent lecturer for the CPTA

Patrick VanBeveren, PT, DPT, MA, OCS, GCS, CSCS
Past President, New York Physical Therapy Association; frequent lecturer for the CPTA. Recipient of the 2010 Henry O. and Florence P. Kendall award

This course consists of 4 lectures. The physical therapist is introduced to the functional assessment tools for the aging patient as well as how our bodies accommodate to exercise as we change. Mobility and disability measures are discussed as are the strengthening principles relevant to this population.

Financial Management Made Easy for the Healthcare Professional: 2 Contact Hours

Michael Weinper

Michael Weinper, PT, MPH
Recipient, James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Award, Orthopedic Section, APTA 2009

Part I of this course discusses six financial principles required to successfully manage a health care enterprise, large or small. Part II builds on the information from Part I and progresses into financial ratios and budgeting. This session covers cost behaviors, key indicators to track, and market forces influencing health care services.

Rehabilitation Pilates: 2 Contact Hours

Brent Anderson

Brent Anderson, PT, PhD, OCS
Founder, President and CEO of Polestar Physical Therapy and Pilates Center

This course discusses the fundamental principles that guide the movement sequencing on the Pilates apparatus and mat work in the rehabilitation population. The rehab population will be used to demonstrate the benefits of the equipment and exercises.

Foundations of Oncology: 2.5 Contact Hours

Marisa Perdomo

Marisa Perdomo, PT, MSPT, DPT, CLT-Foldi, CES
Founder of the Oncology Rehab program of several institutions and assistant professor of Clinical PT, USC; frequent lecturer for the CPTA

This course presents the foundational knowledge that physical therapists need to know in order to perform an initial evaluation and then to apply this knowledge to develop an appropriate intervention plan of care. Basic principles of cancer development, general diagnostic procedures and general medical intervention strategies are presented.

Assessment of Exercise Tolerance for Development of Safe Exercise Prescription

Ellen Hillegass

Ellen Hillegass, PT, Ed.D., CCS, FAACVPR

This covers the risk factors for disease, physiologic responses, and the information needed to perform an exercise assessment on patients with any diagnosis. It enables the learner to assess exercise tolerance impairments in order to develop appropriate exercise prescriptions, exercise testing protocols, and interpretation of exercise testing. The course discusses cases of complex patients and presents factors to consider to assist in improving exercise compliance, as well as individualizing exercise prescriptions.

Cervical Spine Mechanical Disorders: Diagnosis & Physical Therapy Management:
8 Contact Hours

Timothy Flynn

Timothy Flynn, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT

This course covers neck and upper back pain and explores evidence-based approaches to correct diagnosis and treatment. It is composed of three lectures: Examination and Classification; Manual Therapy and Exercise; and Management of Cervicogenic Headache & Understanding Cervical Artery Complications.

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