North American Seminars offers “Developing Post Surgical Rehab Programs for the Cervical and Lumbar Spine,” June 25 to 26.
The intermediate-level course, led by Carol McFarland, PT, PhD, OCS, will be held at the Rose Medical Center in Denver.
It is designed to enhance a therapist’s fundamental understanding of surgical approaches for the cervical and lumbar spine in order to effectively develop progressive rehabilitation protocols, according to a media release from North American Seminars.
Topics that will be emphasized during the course will include understanding the neuromuscular effects of specific surgical procedures and developing protocols by utilizing neurological assessment tools, manual therapy techniques, and exercise selection for the various post surgical conditions.
The course will include extensive hands-on time and discussion.
Tuition is $425, and up to 15 hours of CME will be available.
For more information and to register, visit North American Seminars.
[Source(s): North American Seminars, PRWeb]