Sun, Oct 01|
COMT-2 Cervical Gateway to Musculoskeletal Therapy
Amber Bell & Valerie Coolman October 1- 2, 2023 Sunday-Monday: 8:00 am -4:00 pm
Time & Location
Oct 01, 8:00 AM – Oct 02, 4:00 PM
Husson University, 1 College Cir, Bangor, ME 04401, USA
This lab intensive course applies clinical reasoning and differential diagnosis through formulating illness scripts based upon a thorough subjective history and a hands-on musculoskeletal assessment of the lumbar and cervical spines. This course is designed to equip the clinician with the proper subjective and objective evaluation to determine the appropriateness of physical therapy, recognize the need for a referral for signs and symptoms of serious pathology and generate a provisional differential diagnosis of lumbar and cervical spinal dysfunction. Pain science, including acute and chronic nociceptive mechanisms are discussed and applied through clinical scenarios. Furthermore, intervention techniques and management of common spinal pathologies are demonstrated, including soft tissue techniques and joint articulation techniques. Neuromuscular reeducation and therapeutic exercises are introduced to reinforce each manual treatment. Dr. James Cyriax principles are presented, including the application of the selective tissue tensioning examination.
1.5 credits / 2.1 CEU’s
1 day online (7 hours) with 2 assessments + 2 days onsite (14 hours) = 21 hours
*The parking lot is located in front of the O'Donnell Commons Building on the Husson University campus. Proceed to the third floor and turn right at the School of Occupational Therapy. Proceed to the atrium for registration. The course will be held in the adjacent lab - Common 321.
Day 1 (Sunday)Onsite
Day 2 (Monday)Onsite