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Understanding the Geriatric Population: Risks Associated with Prolonged Sitting and Goals of a Therapist (1.0 CE for PT)

Course Description This course is designed to assist the generalist therapist to have a better understanding of the changing body of an elderly client and the increased risk of sitting in an abnormal posture. It discusses health issues related to prolonged sitting in an abnormal posture. The...

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

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...

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Choosing the Appropriate Back Support in the Long Term Care Setting (1.0 CE for PT)

Course Description Take a deep look at off the shelf back supports and the critical role they play in maximizing function and in the prevention of falls, and wounds in the wheelchair system. Learn about key features of back supports such as the type of shell and the importance of...

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Challenges to Seating and Positioning: Common Seating Misconceptions that Get in the Way (1.0 CE for PT)

Course Description This course is geared to clear up common misconceptions of seating and positioning that create barriers for successful wheelchair positioning. After this course, a generalist therapist will be better informed on basic seating and positioning principles to better choose an...

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Causes of Abnormal Postures in the Wheelchair System: Anatomical or ill-fitting wheelchair components, what is to blame? (1.0 CE for PT)

Course Description Take a refresher of the anatomical bony landmarks used to identify and distinguish between the postural abnormalities of the pelvis. Explore the root causes and determine if the abnormal posture is due to an underlying anatomical issue or an ill-fitting wheelchair system....