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Join the Orthopedic & Neurology Functional Performance Conference today and discover the perfect blend of evidence and clinical application. You'll return to the clinic recharged, with an expanded toolbox and a well-stocked digital library.

You'll walk away with up to 30 CE hours, organized in convenient 2-hour segments that you can easily digest at home or between patients. Plus, you'll leave with an action PLAN — to change your assessment techniques, progress your therapeutic exercise differently, and ultimately boost your referrals…

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Orthopedic & Neurology Functional Performance Conference

($1,799.85 Value)
** Up to 30 CE Hours **
Only $899.92 for a Limited Time — Unbelievable Savings!

This conference is more than an extraordinary value. It provides you with the opportunity to sample the trending topics in rehab, including orthopedics, manual therapy, sports medicine, neurology, nutrition, and more… PLUS, you'll earn up to 30 CE hours, including up to 2 hours of ethics!

Here's a sneak peek at what's covered:
  • Shoulder rehab in sports and performance
  • Neck pain and carpal tunnel syndrome
  • The latest strategies for treating challenging symptoms like neuropathy
  • How the diaphragm affects core stabilization and posture
  • Using cupping and vibration to address soft tissue dysfunction
  • The influence of posture across the age span and what to do about it
  • And so much more!
Orthopedic & Neurology Functional Performance Conference
($1,799.85 Value)
** Up to 30 CE Hours **
Only $899.92 for a Limited Time — Unbelievable Savings!
Forward-thinking. Dynamic approaches. Better outcomes.
Easily digestible information designed for immediate clinical application — Register today!

The Diaphragm: Training Proper Respiration and Postural Stabilization Function
Erin McGuire, PT, OCS | Click here for information about Erin McGuire
360° breathing and core stabilization provide our bodies with the foundation needed for all movement. They significantly influence the quality of movement up and down the entire kinetic chain but retraining these engrained motor patterns is challenging. Learn effective strategies to train proper timing, coordination and expansion of the core muscles — when they are in sync, you've got strong, supported movement. With improved recognition of common compensations and cues to help refine the quality of respiration and stabilization, you will be able to immediately implement diaphragm training with clients and make a big difference in their movement and performance.

Neuropathy: Advancing Your Practice in Recognition and Treatment
Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA | Click here for information about Mike Studer
Struggling to find effective management strategies for neuropathy? Look no further! Be prepared to challenge some of your current beliefs about the various forms of neuropathy including those caused by or originating from diabetes, Vitamin B12 deficiency, familial, compressive (stenosis), inflammatory, infectious, autoimmune, toxin, chemotherapy, traumatic, and more! Your patients want solutions, not medication. Discover how the brain can change sensory and motor mapping in response to a structured rehab program for one of the most common and challenging neurologic conditions.

Natural Interventions for Pain: Trigger Point Release
Theresa Schmidt, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, LMT, CEAS | Click here for information about Theresa A. Schmidt
People often develop habits that produce abnormal strain on the neuromuscular system, resulting in tight bands of abnormal muscle contraction known as trigger points (TPs). These TPs contribute to neck pain, headaches, back pain, and even functional disability. The cause of TPs is often overlooked or simply not addressed. If addressed, many use compression only to find they return shortly after the session. Discover a superior management strategy by examination of the physiology of trigger points and their significance in the neuromotor system. Arm yourself with a variety of techniques for successful clinical outcomes and happy patients!

The Aging of Posture: How Age, Gravity, and Dysfunction Contribute and What to Do About It
Trent Brown, MOT, OTR/L, BCG, ATP, CFPS | Click here for information about Trent Brown
Does your patient's posture appear to be inspired by Picasso? Are your patients reporting pain, dysfunction, falls, and more? Additionally, due to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle and electronic use, forward head posture and excess thoracic kyphosis are becoming more prevalent among ALL age groups. Dive into the anatomical and functional contributions to dysfunctional posture. We will analyze imaging of common pelvic, thoracic and cervical postural dysfunction. Finally, fill your toolbox with evidence-based treatment strategies to inhibit, lengthen, and activate specific structures for long-term successful correction of the most common postural deviations seen in the clinical setting.

The Diaphragm: Understanding the Key Role in Core Stabilization and Optimal Movement
Erin McGuire, PT, OCS | Click here for information about Erin McGuire
The diaphragm holds the key to training integrated functional movement. Many MSK pain syndromes, rehab plateaus, and performance issues are the result of faulty stabilization and movement patterns. These compensatory strategies impact the quality of spinal stabilization and movement up and down the kinetic chain increasing stress/load on structures. Assessing the quality of respiration, core stabilization and the ability to modulate both concurrently is critical for achieving optimal outcomes. When you truly understand the core, your ability to impact movement patterns and dysfunction is greatly improved. Learn about these key functions and how to confidently assess them in your practice.

Current Concepts in Shoulder Rehabilitation and Performance Enhancement Technique
George Davies, DPT, MED, PT, SCS, ATC | Click here for information about George Davies
Robert Manske, PT, DPT, MPT, MEd, SCS, ATC, CSCS | Click here for information about Robert Manske
Design custom, evidence-based programs with today's sports med gurus as you explore multi-modal interventions: taping, posture shirts, proprioception/perturbation exercises, novel strengthening exercises, plyometric exercises, and advanced functional exercises. You'll gain clinical pearls to improve ROM, flexibility, strength, power, endurance, and functional activities for ADLs while also decreasing pain. With these time-tested and proven techniques, you can restore functional strength more quickly and return more of your athletes to full, unrestricted overhead sports activity.

Look up, Look Down, Look All Around: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach to Neck Pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Mica Foster, DC | Click here for information about Mica Foster
Access an impactful overview of dysfunction and pain of the neck, arm, and hand. The foundation will begin with an examination of the muscular anatomy of the upper extremity as it relates to carpal tunnel syndrome. Additionally, we will identify sensory organelles for proprioception stimulation to balance muscle and joint function and facilitate pain relief. You will get a comprehensive evaluation of the kinetic chain and fascia lines of the upper extremity. Discover how to engage the cranial nerves through eye movement for improved and pain-free ROM. Lastly, manual therapy techniques to address dysfunction of the neck will be explored.

Neuroplasticity: A Functional Roadmap to Recovery
Ben White, PT, DPT, D/NDT, MBA, LSVT BIG | Click here for information about Benjamin J. White
Tired of payer sources dictating the window of treatment for neurologically impaired patients? Through neuroplasticity, evidence abounds in favor of the potential for functional gain regardless of the time elapsed since symptom onset. We no longer are forced to work within a set window of time before improvement is unattainable. Discover how to facilitate rapid returns to quality of life with high-quality therapy strategies. Even better, this can be attained at a low expense! Unlock functional activities in their purest form to yield the objective progress needed to justify treatment.

Cupping for Sport Related Conditions
Milica McDowell, MS, DPT | Click here for information about Milica McDowell
Do you work with athletes? From youth to recreation to the adult weekend warrior, athletes of all levels can benefit from cupping. Whether you want to use cups to ready the system for activity, as a recovery tool, or to help treat an injury, myofascial cupping is indicated for use with your athletic population. In this recording, you will learn evidence-based solutions for how, when, and where to apply cups, how to use cupping to ready an athlete's system for activity, and how to properly use cups as a recovery tool. We will discuss uses for cups in various types of sports including individual endurance sports (run, bike, swim), team sports (soccer, basketball), and functional sports like CrossFit. This recording will cover performance and rehab applications and give you confidence to include cupping for your athletic population. You'll learn techniques you can use immediately in your practice whether you work with silicone, acrylic, or glass cups.

Hands-on Interventions to Manage Mobility Impairments of the TMJ Region with Related Headache
Theresa Schmidt, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, LMT, CEAS | Click here for information about Theresa A. Schmidt
TMJ disorders are complex, common, and often present with related head and neck pain. From pathomechanics to the function of the TMJ complex, you will be able to confidently address everyday activities including chewing, talking, and yawning, as well as facial, head, neck, and even ear pain due to mobility impairments of the jaw joint and cervical spine. Additionally, we will introduce hands-on interventions including myofascial and positional release, craniosacral therapy, joint and soft tissue mobilization, and neuromuscular re-education techniques. You will leave with essential skills for immediate application to successfully address this multifaceted diagnosis.

Fasting Strategies: Reduce Inflammation and Pain to Optimize Movement and Recovery
Cindi Lockhart, RDN, LD, IFNCP | Click here for information about Cindi Lockhart
Fasting regimes can be intimidating; however, this training takes the guesswork out of identifying who would benefit. Build confidence as you learn effective techniques for patient assessment while navigating around potential side effects. You will explore a variety of strategies including time restricted eating, intermittent fasting, and fasting. Mimicking diets along with the populations best suited for each. Walk away with easy-to-implement tactics for patient success.

Vibration-Based Therapy for Pain, Mobility and Movement Dynamics
Meghan Helwig, PT, DPT | Click here for information about Meghan Helwig
Uncover a holistic, whole-person, approach to movement and functional rehabilitation that aids in identifying key areas of compromise within the NMSK system. Discover an evidence-informed rehabilitation program that redefines our understanding of the effects of vibration in conjunction with traditional manual therapies (myofascial cupping, local/targeted massage) on pain mitigation, injury recovery/prevention, and movement.

Manual Lymph Drainage: Mini Lymphlift for the Head, Neck and Face
Elisa DiFalco, MS, OT, CMLDT, LMT | Click here for information about Elisa DiFalco
The lymphatic system is undervalued and under-recognized for its role in recovery. Learn to incorporate gentle MLD techniques that easily slide into your treatment session for a variety of conditions including pre-op, post-op, sports injuries, and joint replacement. With positioning modifications for post-op patients, you'll learn how to accelerate healing while minimizing pain. This whole-body approach is THE most requested by physicians — enhance the body's ability to optimize the lymphatic system, clear out toxins, and put the body in an optimal position for healing and rapid recovery.

Evidence-Based Examination of the Shoulder Complex & Criteria to Return to Sport
George Davies, DPT, MED, PT, SCS, ATC | Click here for information about George Davies
Robert Manske, PT, DPT, MPT, MEd, SCS, ATC, CSCS | Click here for information about Robert Manske
This comprehensive approach to evidence-based examination for an overhead and collision/contact shoulder-injured athlete integrates the nervous system into orthopedic rehabilitation. With current pain science, neuro-cognitive testing, and NEW and innovative techniques that focus on the concept of the fatigue index, you'll learn a more in-depth and objective guide for making return to activity decisions. You'll significantly reduce the risk of re-injury with this effective protocol that better identifies when a patient is ready to return-to-activity.

Ethics in Therapy: Protecting Me, My Clients, & My Profession
Trent Brown, MOT, OTR/L, BCG, ATP, CFPS | Click here for information about Trent Brown
This session is eligible for ethics credits! Take a deep look into the purpose of the code of ethics and how it may protect you…legally. We will explore each principle in the code and examine real case examples of clinicians and the consequence of adhering or not adhering to the code. We will also discuss how you can report an ethical issue, a compliance concern, or a licensing concern through the proper channels while protecting yourself. You will gain a strong understanding of ethics beyond just a “code.”
Orthopedic & Neurology Functional Performance Conference
($1,799.85 Value)
** Up to 30 CE Hours **
Only $899.92 for a Limited Time — Unbelievable Savings!
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