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Course Details

This basic to intermediate level course is designed for therapists who want to enhance their theoretical knowledge in treating a variety of common conditions. The course addresses anatomy of the hand, wound healing, edema formation and management of various common hand conditions. Video clips and animation of injury, pathomechanics and treatment are presented to further enhance the educational experience.

 

Course Objectives:

 

Upon completion of course, therapist will:

  • understand the anatomy of the hand
  • recognize and demonstrate the various methods used in evaluating the hand and its dysfunction
  • identify the different zones of flexor and extensor tendon injuries
  • learn the management of various zones specific flexor and extensor tendon injuries
  • learn the management of fractures of the wrist and hand
  • understand and treat common cumulative trauma disorders

 

Course features an in-depth presentation of:

  • architecture of the hand
  • wound healing
  • muscle physiology
  • edema control
  • hand evaluation
  • flexor tendon anatomy and management
  • extensor tendon anatomy and management
  • management of hand fractures
  • management of distal radius fractures
  • PIP joint injuries

 

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FPL Gliding
FDP-Early Active Gliding
AROM
Final Results
Forearm Strengthening
POM following Middle Phalanx Fracture
ROM-Metacarpal Fracture
Dorsal Tendons
Results Post-Therapy
Radio-Ulnar motion
ROM exercises
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