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The Fascial Evidence In The Treatment Of Soft Tissue Injuries (18EATA1701)
$25.00
Athletic Trainers
The Fascial Evidence In The Treatment Of Soft Tissue Injuries (18EATA1701)
APPROVED FOR 1 BOC EBP CEU Recent advances in understanding the anatomy and function of fascial tissue have led to improved outcomes with therapeutic interventions directed at the treatment of dysfunction. The fascial system is a three...
The Eval Of Response Shift & Functional Outcomes for Individuals with Chronic Ankle Instability (18EATA1707)
$25.00
Athletic Trainers
The Eval Of Response Shift & Functional Outcomes for Individuals with Chronic Ankle Instability (18EATA1707)
APPROVED FOR .75 BOC EBP CEUs The purpose of this presentation is to explore the effects of a multifaceted chronic ankle instability rehabilitation program on disease-oriented and patient-oriented outcomes. This rehabilitation program combines...
The Epistemology Of Clinical Practice (18EATA1715)
$25.00
Athletic Trainers
The Epistemology Of Clinical Practice (18EATA1715)
APPROVED FOR .75 BOC EBP CEUs The presentation will begin with a brief overview of what science is, their origin, and how we incorporate its systematic process to explain and predict clinical phenomena. The main objective of this presentation...
Concussion: Intersecting Media, Science and Sport Safety (18EATA1803)
$10.00
Athletic Trainers
Concussion: Intersecting Media, Science and Sport Safety (18EATA1803)
APPROVED FOR .75 CATEGORY A CEUs Although the science on the long-term effects of concussive and sub-concussive impacts remains in its infancy, considerable attention has been placed on the potential for chronic negative outcomes. Medical...
Strategic Issues in Athletic Training Lecture Series: The Liability Toolkit (18EATA1804)
$10.00
Athletic Trainers
Strategic Issues in Athletic Training Lecture Series: The Liability Toolkit (18EATA1804)
APPROVED FOR .75 CATEGORY A CEU "The Liability Toolkit" is intended to assist the AT in understanding risk management and liability coverage, and determining if there are areas they need to do a better job protecting themselves. The AT will...
Healthcare Communication: Bridging the Generation Gap (18EATA1805)
$15.00
Athletic Trainers
Healthcare Communication: Bridging the Generation Gap (18EATA1805)
APPROVED FOR 1.0 BOC CATEGORY A CEU The world is comprised of many generations that work together in a mix generational workforce. As faculty, clinical instructors, and first-time employers, understanding the individual characteristic traits...
Improving Clinical Concussion Assessments Through Quantitative and Non-Invasive Measurements (18EATA1806)
$15.00
Athletic Trainers
Improving Clinical Concussion Assessments Through Quantitative and Non-Invasive Measurements (18EATA1806)
APPROVED FOR 1 BOC CATEGORY A CEU Concussion management remains a difficult issue for athletic trainers. While many different assessment techniques are available for use, their utility can be limited by subjectivity, practice effects, or...
Systematic Movement Assessment: Is It Worth It? (18EATA1808)
$15.00
Athletic Trainers
Systematic Movement Assessment: Is It Worth It? (18EATA1808)
APPROVED FOR 1 BOC CATEGORY A CEU Fundamental movement ability (i.e. the dynamic relationship between core stability, balance, and coordination (11) is associated with overall injury risk in a physically active population.(13) Despite high...
Managing Cervical Spine Injuries in the Era of Spinal Motion Restriction (18EATA1809)
$15.00
Athletic Trainers
Managing Cervical Spine Injuries in the Era of Spinal Motion Restriction (18EATA1809)
APPROVED FOR 1 BOC CATEGORY A CEU This presentation will focus on research and current recommendations related to the care provided to spine-injured athletes in both the pre-hospital and early in-hospital settings. Dr. Del Rossi will share...
CARE Consortium: Implications for Athletic Training Clinical Practice (18EATA1812)
$15.00
Athletic Trainers
CARE Consortium: Implications for Athletic Training Clinical Practice (18EATA1812)
APPROVED FOR 1 BOC CATEGORY A CEU Target Audience: Athletic Trainers Program Type: Category A Level of Difficulty: Advanced Practice Domains (PA7): (1) Injury/Illness Prevention and Wellness Protection (2) Examination, Assessment and...

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