This course helps provide clarity to students & providers who have an overwhelming amount of information at their disposal and yet don't know what to do by providing principles to implement and succeed in clinical practice.
This course forces participants to think critically of frequently cited evidence, dubious claims, and unsubstantiated findings of the causative etiology of painful conditions. A thorough review of current treatment guidelines are explored, in order to better prepare clinicians to comply with guideline adherent care.
Course Objectives Include:
1. Comprehend motivating factors in patient care
2. Addressing the complete elements of the patient
3. Enhancing patient expectations & compliance; Building patient "Buy-in"
4. Integration of pain mechanisms into the outpatient rehabilitation setting
5. Challenges in healthcare & patient's belief system
6. The modern advancements of physical medicine and human performance.
7. Critically assessing treatment interventions & common logical fallacies in fitness and healthcare.
8. Returning to Participation, Returning to Training & Returning to Competition.
9. Tracking patient & client workloads.
10. A systematic approach to the Home Exercise Program (HEP) that is convenient for both provider and patient to implement.