Shifting Gears: Comparison of what you are trying to accomplish when the postural abnormality is reducible versus non-reducible (1.0 CE for PT)

10-15-2020 08:42 AM

Layers of the Skin
Course Description

Upgrade your terminology and understand why seating specialists refer to a postural abnormality as reducible versus non-reducible. Understand when to correct or accommodate for each of the postural abnormalities and delve deeper into methods to correct or accommodate for each of the five postural abnormalities.

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to:
  • Define a reducible versus non-reducible postural abnormality.
  • Identify when to accommodate for and when to correct a postural abnormality.
  • Name one method to accommodate for a postural abnormality when a posterior pelvic tilt is non-reducible.
Intended Audience

This course is intended for physical and occupational therapists and aides.

1.0 CE for Physical therapists