Erl Pettman DScPT, FCAMPT, has been teaching Orthopedic Manual Therapy(OMT) since 1977. He is founder, senior faculty, and lead examiner for ASPIRE OMT. Erl serves as an adjunct professor in the post-professional DSc Program at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI. He has owned two clinics, and founded two OMT institutes. His contributions to world of manual therapy include many presented papers and articles, as well as his book Manipulative Thrust Techniques.
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.
CEU's: 1.5 credit hours/21 CEU’s