Courses

“Retrain the Brain” Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Seminar Series

The seminar series is 80% hands-on laboratory instruction with a “no fluff” philosophy in the content that is taught to licensed physical therapists. Clinical pearls, clinical reasoning, and clinically relevant content is pulled from the areas of manual/manipulative therapy, movement science, pain science, peer-reviewed literature, and cognitive psychology. This eclectic course draws from evidence-based, best practice approaches, making this a comprehensive, all encompassing course, that also serves as the core curriculum for various APTA credentialed

Evaluation and Treatment of Common Muscle Imbalances of the Upper and Lower Quarter

These two one-day courses will provide an in depth understanding of the movement system with focus on assessment and treatment for musculoskeletal pain disorders in both the upper extremity and lower extremity. More specifically, using the movement system impairment (MSI) exam to evaluate musculoskeletal pain disorders. Discussion and practice of movement system impairment exam along with effective treatment and management strategies for successfully treating musculoskeletal pain disorders. Cynergy Education Group is an approved provider by

Advancements in Hip and Knee Rehabilitation: Everything You Wanted to Know in a Short Amount of Time

This seminar will disseminate the most up-to-date concepts in hip and knee rehabilitation, rooted from foundational anatomy and biomechanics, resulting in clinically applicable biomechanical evaluation and intervention skills, as well as advanced mobilizations procedures. This course draws from current evidence to help the participant evaluate, treat, and differentially diagnose common hip and knee pathologies. Participants will train their eyes to identify common movement faults based on clinically relevant functional tests, then perform an inter-regional dependent

Advanced Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle: Tips, Tricks, and Clinical Pearls

This seminar will disseminate the most up-to-date concepts in ankle and foot rehabilitation, rooted from foundational anatomy and biomechanics, resulting in clinically applicable biomechanical evaluation and intervention skills, as well as advanced manipulative procedures. This course draws from current evidence to help the participant evaluate, treat, and differentially diagnose common ankle/foot pathologies. Participants will train their eyes to identify common movement faults based on clinically relevant functional tests, then perform an inter-regional dependent evaluation. The

Advancements in Lumbar Spine Rehabilitation

The focus of this class is to improve one’s knowledge of rehabilitation regarding the lumbar spine. This course will cover in depth the clinical practice guidelines, discussing current research and specific techniques for each of the separate categories/conditions. This class is designed to help the clinician be more confident in understanding and discussing lumbar pathologies and their best rehab options, with their patients, other PT’s, and physicians.
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Advancements in Shoulder Rehabilitation

This is a highly interactive, lab-based class focusing on common shoulder impairments and rehabilitation. It will cover several post-operative management strategies – focusing mainly on the acute phase – which seems to be the sticking point for most practitioners. We will discuss managing everything from pain-limited shoulders to stiffness-limited shoulders. We will look at common movement and postural impairments and discuss effective and efficient management techniques to differentiate primary impairments from a typically long list

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