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  • Mentorship | ASPIRE

    MENTORSHIP Our goal is to engage, educate and empower each individual to ASPIRE to new levels in their education. Faculty and CFI’s can be available for discussions of difficult cases, technique practice, or study groups in preparation for our oral exams. Contact them personally for details. MENTORSHIP: Aspire strongly appreciates the role of mentorship in clinical education. We want to provide our community with access to our clinical instructors who are partnering with us to continue to support you in your journey in manual therapy. Here is an opportunity to tap into the minds of manual therapy clinicians in the field. Join a zoom mentorship/study sessions and dive into the topics in which you would like to dig deeper. Review course material, listen to case studies, and ask questions. Enjoy a review session to help you prepare for your oral COMT and SMT exams. Get to know our clinical fellowship instructors and make connections with fellow Aspire community members. Sign up today. We look forward to seeing you! Register your Mentorship session 2022 Schedule Register your Mentorship session Registration Instructions: 1. Click on Register your Mentorship session 2. Find the mentorship session you would like to register in PTEverywhere 3. Select the appropriate date on the left column 4. Select the appointment, then select BOOK. Find a live course near you

  • Courses

    REGISTER FOR CEU'S AT ANDREWS UNIVERSITY Accelerated Cohorts Register Here ANDREWS UNIVERSITY DSc STUDENTS (ACADEMIC CREDITS) Mentorship Schedule & Registration By Instructor arrow&v 1 2 1 ... 1 2 ... 2 Course Title Instructor Location Dates ​ COMT-4 Cervico-Thoracic Evaluation and Management - December 2021, Washington Stacy Soappman Seattle, WA December 5-6, 2021 $600 Select COMT-4 Cervico-Thoracic Evaluation and Management - December 2021, Virginia Laura Von Wullerstorff Reston, VA December 11-12, 2021 $600 Select COMT-4 Cervico-Thoracic Evaluation and Management - December 2021, Washington - Cohort A Stacy Soappman Seattle, WA December 12-13, 2021 $600 Select COMT-5 Lumbo-pelvic Evaluation and Management - January 2022, Washington - Cohort A Stacy Soappman Seattle, WA January 9-10, 2022 $600 Select COMT-5 Lumbo-pelvic Evaluation and Management - January 2022, Washington Stacy Soappman Seattle, WA January 16-17, 2022 $600 Select COMT-2 Cervical Gateway to Musculoskeletal Therapy - January 2022, Cambodia Bruce Franke Phnom Penh, Cambodia January 20-21, 2022 $250 Select COMT-4 Cervico-Thoracic Evaluation and Management - January 2022, Cambodia Bruce Franke Phnom Penh, Cambodia January 22-23, 2022 $250 Select COMT-6 Lower Extremity Evaluation and Management - February 2022, Washington Stacy Soappman Seattle, WA February 6-7, 2022 $600 Select COMT-6 Lower Extremity Evaluation and Management - February 2022, Washington - Cohort A Stacy Soappman Seattle/WA February 13-14, 2022 $600 Select COMT-1 Lumbar-pelvic Gateway to Musculoskeletal Therapy - March 2022, Virginia Laura Von Wullerstorff Reston, VA March 12-13, 2022 $600 Select COMT-5 Lumbo-pelvic Evaluation and Management - March 2022, Michigan Valerie Coolman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI March 13-14, 2022 $600 Select COMT-6 Lower Extremity Evaluation and Management - March 2022, Michigan Valerie Coolman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI March 15-16, 2022 $600 Select COMT-2 Cervical Gateway to Musculoskeletal Therapy - March 2022, Arizona Erl Pettman Tucson, AZ March 19-20, 2022 $600 Select SMT-4 Spinal Segmental Manipulation: Part A & B - March 2022, Michigan Erl Pettman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI March 27- April 1, 2022 $1200 Select COMT-2 Cervical Gateway to Musculoskeletal Therapy - April 2022, Colorado Bruce Franke Denver, CO April 2-3, 2022 $600 Select COMT-5 Lumbo-pelvic Evaluation and Management - April 2022, Virginia Laura Von Wullerstorff Reston, VA April 2-3, 2022 $600 Select SMT-2 Integrated Evaluation and Management of the Lower Quadrant - April 2022, Michigan Erl Pettman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI April 3-6, 2022 $1200 Select COMT Exam - April 2022, Michigan Erl Pettman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI April 7-8, 2022 $600 Select SMT Exam - April 2022, Michigan Erl Pettman Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI April 7-8, 2022 $1200 Select SMT-2 Integrated Evaluation and Management of the Lower Quadrant - April 2022, Virginia Laura Von Wullerstorff Reston, VA April 9-10, 2022 $600 Select 1 2 1 ... 1 2 ... 2

  • Lab assistant | ASPIRE

    LAB ASSISTANTS Lab assistants are a great asset to the classroom. They assist in the lab portion of the course, helping students to hone their skills. The lab assistant gets credit for continuing education hours. Assisting also helps solidify theory in preparation for the exams. It is a pathway to becoming a faculty in training. as well. Lab assisting is a volunteer position. See requirements below. Requirements: ​ Lab assistants are required to have completed the course and the exam of the level above the course they desire to assist in. They need to read and agree to the quidelines for being a lab assistant. Lab assistants must hold and submit a copy of a current PT license, as well as a copy of personal malpractice insurance that includes a consulting services rider. To become a lab assistant for a course, they need to contact the lead faculty instructor to gain permission to be their assistant. Guidelines: ​ Submit a current physical therapy license to info@aspireomt.com Submit a current personal malpractice insurance with a consulting services rider to ASPRIE at info@aspireomt.com . Complete a release of liability for every course at which you lab assistant. Be prepared to perform in the lab assistant function by reviewing the material for the course on which you will assist. Come prepared to have techniques demonstrated on you and inform the Instructor(s) of any precautions prior to being a model. Provide assistance to students during lab time, checking technique, and answering student questions. Refer questions to the instructor if unable to give an answer. In the lab sessions or breaks, teach only the theory or techniques that have been introduced and taught during the course. Do not offer personal treatment or theory opinions. Treatment of course participant’s is NOT permitted. Inform the instructor if a student has a problem or develops a problem during the class. Obtain permission from each student prior to touching them to perform techniques, assessments, or treatments. When working with students, be aware of contraindications to techniques or areas of increasing sensitivity due to repeated assessment or treatment. Treat course participants’ personal and health information as a matter of confidentiality. If expenses are incurred due to having a lab assistant in the course, be prepared to reimburse the site coordinator. Assist in room set up and break down, as needed or requested by the site coordinator or Instructor. Contact us

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