|(3 Contact Hours) Module 1: Implications for Orthotic and Prosthetic Rehabilitation|
|(5 Contact Hours) Module 2: Motor Control, Motor Learning, and Neural Plasticity|
|(7 Contact Hours) Module 3: Clinical Assessment of Gate and Footwear for Lower|
|(10 Contact Hours) Module 4: Principles of Lower Extremity Orthosis and Foot and Knee Orthotics|
|(3 Contact Hours) Module 5: Orthotic Decision Making in Neurological and Neuromuscular Disease|
|(5 Contact Hours) Module 6: Orthoses in Orthopedic Care, Trauma and Spinal Dysfunction|
|(7 Contact Hours) Module 7: Orthoses for the Hand, Orthosis and Prostheses in the Management of Burns, and Adaptive Seating in the Management of Neuromuscular and Musculoskeletal Impairment|
|(10 Contact Hours) Module 8: Etiology of Amputation, Wound Care for Vulnerable Feet, Amputation Surgeries and Postoperative, and Preprosthetic Care|
|(3 Contact Hours) Module 9: Understanding Prosthetic Feet and Post Surgical Management|
|(5 Contact Hours) Module 10: Transtibial and Transfemoral Prosthesis|
|(7 Contact Hours) Module 11: Prosthetic Options for Persons with Lower Limb Amputations, Early Rehabilitation, and Advanced Rehabilitation|
|(7 Contact Hours) Module 12: Athletic Options, Rehabilitation for Children with Limb Deficiencies, Prosthetic Options, and Rehabilitation for Persons with Upper Extremity Amputations|
Choose from any of the modules to the left that add up to 30 contact hours to receive the discounted bundle rate. The total contact hours for your bundle must match 30 contact hours exactly.
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This course utilizes content from the textbook “Orthotics and Prosthetics in Rehabilitation, 3rd Edition” by Authors: Michelle M. Lusardi, PT, DPT, PhD & Milagros "Millee" Jorge, PT, MA, EdD & Caroline Nielsen, BA, MA, PhD ©2013, published by Elsevier.
Throughout the course you’ll find comprehensive coverage of rehabilitation in a variety of environments, including acute care, long-term care, home health care, and outpatient settings. Authoritative information is incorporated throughout to keep you up to date with the recognized standard in the field and case studies present real-life scenarios that demonstrate how key concepts apply to clinical decision making and evidence-based practice. Also included are topics in athletics, exploring advanced training and athletics including running and athletic competition, to enhance the quality of life for persons with amputation. Updated information covering the assessment of gait with a focus on clinically useful outcomes measures, motor control and motor learning incorporating new insights in neuroplasticity and functional recovery.