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Level II: Advanced IASTM - Virtual Classroom - November 14th, 2020

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 11/14/2020 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM Export event

    This 4-hour live, online course builds on the principles covered in the introductory IASTM course. Using a case-study and virtual lab-focused teaching format, advanced treatment strokes are introduced and problem solving skills are emphasized. This course includes the utilization of motion with IASTM and multi regional treatment concepts. At the end of the course, attendees will individually take an exam for a certification in Level II: Advanced IASTM.

    At the end of the course, attendees will take a 1 hour exam for a certification in Level II: Advanced IASTM.

    InstructorDR. ANDREW CONTRERAS, PT, DPT, SCS, CMTPT
    About the InstructorAndrew Contreras, PT, DPT, SCS received his Master of Physical Therapy from Gannon University in 1998 and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008. He is board an APTA board certified Sports Clinical Specialist since 2003. As a career military officer and practicing physical therapist within the US Army & Department of Defense, Drew has served in a number of settings and military units throughout his career. His professional interests are sports medicine; manual therapy; musculoskeletal injuries and their prevention; human performance optimization and wellness. He spent his early career at Ft Benning, GA and then moved on to Ft Bragg, NC. His skills were put to work extensively in 2006-2007 during a 15 month continuous deployment during Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was the first physical therapist to serve in sustained combat operations with the 82nd Airborne Division. After returning Drew moved to Washington DC to work at the Pentagon Health Clinic where he served as the Director of Wellness and Physical Therapy. During this time he served as a consultant to the White House Medical Unit and was then hen chosen as a by name selection by President Obama to serve as the first ever full time physical therapist at the White House. There he served as the Physical Therapist to the White House Medical Unit and President of the United States Barrack Obama from 2010 until the end of the administration in 2017. Currently Drew is working at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital where he uses his experience in the clinic as well as mentoring junior clinicians and students. He has served in multiple advisory roles and continues to offer his expertise on numerous panels and committees.
    Subject BreakdownIntroductory course review & documentation Lecture format to review basic concepts covered in the introductory course Current literature review Documentation using appropriate billing codes: manual therapy vs. neuromuscular re-education Elbow clinical scenario virtual lab – Pre-course material reviewed and used as a bridge from the introductory course Concepts to address acute and chronic tissue dysfunction Introduction of pin & stretch and pin & mobilize strokes Introduction of filleting strokes Adding motion with treatment to enhance tendon gliding Shoulder (anterior, posterior, superficial and deep structures) case study virtual lab Interventions addressing the RC insertions, subscapularis, long head of the biceps Scapular mobilization and scapular stabilizers Integration motion into treatment Cervical and upper thoracic case study virtual lab Suboccipitals and OA release Anterior neck including the scalenes and deep cervical flexors Lumbar and post hip/hamstrings clinical scenario virtual lab Multiple tools and body regions selected to highlight muscle interfaces and planes Multi-segmental body region treatment considered to enhance mobility Movement with treatment emphasized Non-optimal treatment surfaces of tools introduced to modulate treatment effect IT band/lateral thigh, medial thigh, adductors, and knee clinical scenario virtual lab Use of all tool surfaces for advanced strokes of pin & stretch, fileting with motion, and stretching with treatment emphasized Shearing of tissue along the IT band/vastus lateralis interface to enhance mobility Using the flat surface and edge of tools to assist in knee extension – tool mobilization with motion emphasized Lower leg, foot & ankle clinical scenario virtual lab – the following strokes and techniques emphasized: Fascia torsion stroke for deep calf tissue work Tissue shearing with stretch Filleting strokes with motion along tissue planes Hand (bonus material for upper quarter specialists) Skills integration case study Complex patient problem-solving lab – Review, course wrap up
    Total Credits6.00
    FormatDistance - Live
    Course OutlineVirtual CourseInfo_L2.pdf
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