About the course
DESCRIPTION: This interactive course examines and applies a global comprehensive biomechanical musculoskeletal assessment of the entire body, incorporating regional interdependence by the physical therapist in the clinical setting. This course will focus on advanced differential diagnosis using a case-based approach. In this course, participants will demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning and differential diagnosis skills by analyzing information gathered in the subjective and objective examinations to accurately form a hypothesis, examination plan, and comprehensive treatment plan demonstrating regional interdependence in complex musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Course Number: PTH 762
CEU's: 1.5 credit hours/21 CEU’s
Format: 1 days online (7 hours) with 1 assessments + 2 days onsite (14 hours)=21 hours
Accelerated Format Option: Andrews University: 6 back to back days onsite