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1 Individual courses given by Pre-Approved Sponsors will not appear below. Following are pre-approved sponsors: The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and its components The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) and its jurisdictions Graduate education programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education Courses offered by CAPTE accredited schools (PA schools are included below) American Red Cross and the American Heart Association and ASHI American Board of Physical Therapy Specialization for specialty certification (30 hours initial, 10 hours recertification) Ability Prosthetics and Orthotics Eric Shoemaker Outcomes Based Clinical Practice for Prosthetics 1 1 Academy of Lymphatic Studies Jessica Serafini Complete Lymphedema Certification Lymphedema Management Seminar Lymphatic Correction Using Elastic Taping Method Academy Medical Systems (now Relias Learning LLC) Accelerated Care Plus Corp (ACP) Lezlie Putnam Wound Management Beyond the Basics Lead ECG Monitoring and Arrhythmias: Back to the Basics 9 9 Evaluation and Treatment of the Lower Extremity: Ankle and Foot Biomechanics 9 9 Common Shoulder, Hip, and Knee Surgeries, Evidence Based Rehab Guidelines 9 9 Pulmonary Rehab: Considerations for Diverse Populations 9 9 Pulmonary Rehab: The Basics and Beyond 9 9 Effective Exercise Rx in Cardiac Rehab 9 9 Current Concepts in Rehabilitation of the Shoulder: Evidence Based Clinical Depression 9 9 Improved Outcomes in Wound Management Lana Roe Physical Agent Modality Basics-Ultrasound Physical Agent Modality Basics-Electrotherapy 2 2 Physical Agent Modality Basics-Shortwave Diathermy 1 1

2 Accelerated Care Plus Corp (ACP) Lower Quadrant Patterned Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation 2 2 Orthotic Therapy 2 2 Pain Management 3 3 Physical Agent Modality Basics 5 5 Physical Agent Modality Documentation Recommendations 1 1 Physical Agent Modality Basics - Electrotherapy Herpes Zoster & Postherpetic Neuralgia 1 1 Hemiplegic Gait 1 1 Group Therapy 1 1 Fall Prevention 3 3 Electrode Application and Safety 1 1 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 1 1 Contracture Management 3 3 Continence Improvement 3 3 Chronic Heart Failure & Rehab 2 2 Aerobic Exercise for Aging Adults Wound Healing 3 3 Virtual Reality Augmented Therapy 2 2 Upper Quadrant Patterned Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation 2 2 Therapy Tests & Measures (TTM-2HR) 2 2 Therapy Tests & Measures (TTM-1HR) 1 1 Stroke Recovery 1 1 Stroke Hand Edema 1 1 Residual Limb Therapy 2 2 Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Wrist and Hand 1 1 PAMS in Subacute Rehab 2 2 Progressive Resistance Exercise with Elastic Bands Post Operative Hip and Knee Therapy 2 2 Physical Agent Modality Basics - Ultrasound 2 2 Physical Agent Modality Basics - Shortwave Diathermy Action Potential Kathy Dixon NAGA First Swing Seminar and Learn to Golf Clinic

3 Advantage CEUs.com Rebecca Smith Physical Therapy Ethics and Jurisprudence -PA 2 2 Pain Types and Patterns: A Differential Diagnosis 6 6 Differential Diagnosis Module 1: Intro to Screening for Referral/Physical Assessment Differential Diagnosis Module 2: Screening for Cardiovascular, Hepatic/Biliary, and Urogenital Disease Differential Diagnosis Module 3: Screening for Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, and Immunologic Disease Differential Diagnosis Module 4: Screening for Endocrine and Metabolic Disease and Cancer Differential Diagnosis Module 5: Screening for Hematologic Disease/Head, Neck and Back/Pelvic Girdle Differential Diagnosis Module 6: Screening the Shoulder Complex/UE, Thorax and Lower Extremities Postsurgical Sports Rehab: Knee & Shoulder - Module 2: Knee Ligament Injuries- ACL Postsurgical Sports Rehab: Knee & Shoulder - Module 3: Knee Ligament Injuries- PCL Postsurgical Sports Rehab: Knee & Shoulder - Module 5: Knee Articular Cartilage Injuries Postsurgical Sports Rehab: Knee & Shoulder - Module 6: AC Joint Injuries/Rotator Cuff Postsurgical Sports Rehab: Knee & Shoulder - Module 7: Shoulder Capsular & Ligament Stabilization Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 4: Special Topics Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 5: Special Topics Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 6: The Shoulder 6 6 Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 7: The Elbow and Forearm 2 2 Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 8: The Wrist and Hand 3 3

4 Advantage CEUs.com Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 9: The Spine 6 6 Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 10: The SI Joint/Hip and Pelvis 4 4 Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 11: The Knee 5 5 Orthopedic Physical Therapy Secrets - Module 12: The Foot and Ankle 4 4 Stroke Rehabilitation Module Stroke Rehabilitation Module Geriatric Therapy - Module 3: Examination and Intervention Part Geriatric Therapy - Module 4: Examination and Intervention Part Geriatric Therapy - Module 5: Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Plan of Care Part Geriatric Therapy - Module 6: Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Plan of Care Part Neuro Rehab- Module 1: Balance and Vestibular Function 6 6 Neuro Rehab- Module 2: Spinal Cord Injury 6 6 Neuro Rehab- Module 3: Multiple Sclerosis and Other Neuromuscular Diseases 7 7 Neuro Rehab- Module 4: Traumatic Brain Injury 4 4 Aegis Therapies Emily Treadaway Understanding Diabetes 4 4 Pain Management in Long Term Care 4 4 Geriatric Enhanced Modalities Level III Training 4 4 GEM I: Post E-Learning 4 4 Geriatric Enhanced Modalities Level I Training 8 8 Geriatric Enhanced Modalities Level II Training 4 4 Complex Disease Management I 5 5 Complex Disease Management II 5 5 Complex Disease Management III 5 5 Balance and Falls Prevention 7 7 Dementia 2: Beyond the Basics 7 7

5 Aegis Therapies Seating and Positioning I 4 4 Seating and Positioning II 4 4 Dementia: A Systematic Approach to Intervention 8 8 Wound Management & Sharp Debridement Debridement Skills 4 4 Continence Management 4 4 Aging Institute of UPMC Sr Svcs Kelly Covone- Henning Advances in Geriatric Health Care Symposium Advances in Geriatric Health Care Symposium Day AIDHC Mary Bolton Annual Pediatric Therapy Conference Allard USA Harrison Lu Dynamic Trio: Gait Analysis Rehab & Orthotic Intervention 4 4 Tri-Planar Biomechanics in Pediatric Function 4 4 ALLEGANY COLLEGE OF MARYLAND Pre-Approved Sponsor Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy Matt Caster Evidence Based Strategies for the Examination and Treatment of Common Cervical, Thoracic, and Upper Extremities Pathologies Skills Acquisition and Skills Check Evidence Based Strategies for the Examination and Treatment of Common Low Back Pain and Lower Extremities Pathologies Allegheny General Hospital Rachel Miglione Orthopaedic Update Allied Health Education Tom Davenport x 500 Applications in Stroke Rehabilitation: Taking Your Intervention to the Next Level 2 2 Are You Sure It Is Mechanical Pain? Medical Screening and Differential Diagnosis of the Lumbopelvic Hip Region 2 2 Basic Therapeutic Taping 2 2

6 Allied Health Education Current Concepts in the Treatment and Recognition of Femoroacetabular Impingement 2 2 Debunking Myths of Dizziness and Balance- Present and Future Clinical Applications for Fall Prevention and Dizziness Management in Aging 2 2 Evidence Based Treatment Strategies for the Cervical Spine 2 2 From Impact to Outcomes: Piecing Together the Concussion Puzzle 2 2 Idiopathic Toe Walking: Current Concepts in Evidence Based Practice 2 2 Rehabbing the Athletes Knee: Current Concepts in ACL Rehab 2 2 Rehab for Total Joint Replacements: From Shoulder to Hip to Knee Sage Yoga Prescription in Medicine and Wellness: An Evidence Based Model for Improving Health Care & Expanding Your Practice Modules 1 and Therapeutic Techniques for Managing the Home Health Patient Treating Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Part 1: Canalithiasis 2 2 Treatment and Rehabilitation of Orthopedic Shoulder Conditions 2 2 Current Concepts in the Treatment and Recognition of SLAP Tears 2 2 Application of Normal and Abnormal Exercise Physiology in the Adult Patient 2 2 Ethics for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants 2 2 Evidence Based Evaluation and Treatment of the Lumbar Spine 2 2 Autism Spectrum Disorder: Clinical Application to Physical Therapy Practice and Early Intervention 2 2 Rehabilitation of the Amputee 2 2

7 Allied Health Education Treating the Arthritic Knee: Current Concepts in Rehabilitation of PFP and OA 2 2 Practical Therapeutic Taping of the Upper Extremity 2 2 Introduction to Rehabilitation of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction & Urinary Incontinence 2 2 Treating Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Cupulolithiasis 2 2 Amputee Gait: Analysis and Treatment 2 2 Medical Screening for the Rehabilitative Therapist 2 2 ABC's of Treatment Strategies for Upper Extremity Instabilities 2 2 Parkinson's Disease: What it is and How it is Managed 2 2 Treatment of Common Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Injuries and Disorders 2 2 Intervention Strategies for Seating and Positioning in the Older Adult 2 2 Considerations for Wheelchair Seating and Positioning for the Older Adult- An Introduction 2 2 Almost Family Nicole Pearce Advanced Optimum Balance 8 8 Assessment of the Older Adult Fall Risk Reduction 1 1 Geriatric Assessment Tools 1 1 Geriatric Depression 1 1 Neurological Disorders 1 1 Pain Management 2 2 Wound Management 1 1 Amedisys Inc Sheryl Carberry Balanced for Life - Live Balanced for Life - Virtual Cognitive Strategies 1 1 Continuum of Care: Care of the Patient with Sever COPD Continuum of Care: Caring for a Patient with Acute Myocardial Infarction

8 Amedisys Inc Collaborative Care- Hospice, Wound Care, and Rehabilitation Evidence Based Practice 1 1 Functional Assessment Requirements Maintenance Therapy 1 1 Medication Management - Best Practices for Medication Reconciliation, Adherence, and Knowledge Philosophy of Home Care - A Therapy Perspective Vital Signs and Cardiopulmonary Assessment 1 1 American Burn Association Cynthia Reigart American Burn Association 47th Annual Meeting American Back Pain Center Rich Neal Vestibular Rehab Anat Baniel Mike Davis Anat Baniel Method Professional Training Segment Anat Baniel Method Professional Training Segment 9: Breathing Anat Baniel Method Professional Training Segment 10: All the Way to Standing Anchor Continuing Education Deborah Soltis Introduction to Lymphatic Drainage 8 8 Contemporary Management of Fibromyalgia Hip Evaluation and Treatment Using Trigger Point Therapy Techniques Developing a Community Based Walking or Running Clinic 3 3 Introduction to Foam Rolling 2 2 Introduction to Therapeutic Kinesiotaping Techniques 4 4 Therapeutic Exercise Progression with the Bosu 4 4 Anne Arundel Community College Patricia Barnhart KT3 - Upper Extremity Orthopedics and KT4 - Specialty Sports/ Orthopedic Concepts Kinesio Taping KT1, KT2, KT3, KT Apex Innovations Nancy Boutte x152 Hemispheres Stroke Competency/Brain Anatomy & Physiology

9 Apex Innovations Hemispheres Stroke Competency- Excellence in Stroke Care 3 3 Hemispheres Stroke Competency/Hemorrhagic Stroke 4 4 Hemispheres Stroke Competency/In-Hospital Ischemic Stroke Hemispheres Stroke Competency/NIH Stroke Scale 3 3 Hemispheres Stroke Competency/Pre-Hospital & ED Stroke 6 6 Hemispheres Stroke Competency/Stroke Pathophysiology APTA AND ITS COMPONENTS Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute Angie Fischer Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR Pediatrics: 3 months to 6 years 3 3 Intro to Aquatic Therapy & Rehab 8 8 BackHab Certification Aria Home Health Michael Madden Home Health Rehab Strategies for COPD 2 2 Philadelphia Sports Medicine Congress ARCADIA UNIVERSITY PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR At Home Seminars, LLC Jeff McCamman Strength Ball Training 4 4 Athletic Taping & Bracing Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module 1 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module 2 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module 3 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module

10 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd At Home Seminars, LLC Ed: Module 5 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module 6 Rehabilitation for the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd Ed: Module 7 Functional Fitness for Adults 6 6 Manual Correction & Treatment of the Sacroiliac Joint 4 4 Physical Therapy of the Shoulder 5th Ed: Module Physical Therapy of the Shoulder 5th Ed: Module Physical Therapy of the Shoulder 5th Ed: Module Physical Therapy of the Shoulder 5th Ed: Module Geriatric Physical Therapy: Module Geriatric Physical Therapy: Module Geriatric Physical Therapy: Module Geriatric Physical Therapy: Module Geriatric Physical Therapy: Module Positional Release Techniques Clinical Examination of the Shoulder 8 8 Physical Rehabilitation in Arthritis: Module Physical Rehabilitation in Arthritis: Module Physical Rehabilitation in Arthritis: Module Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 1 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 2 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 3 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 4 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 5 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 Module 6 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 7 8 8

11 Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: 8 8 At Home Seminars, LLC Module 8 Manual Interventions for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 4 4 Sport Core 4 4 Sport Balance 4 4 Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function Based Approach: Module Physical Therapy for Children, 4th Ed: Module Management of Musculoskeletal Impairment Physical Therapy for Children, 4th Ed: Module Management of Neurologic Impairment Physical Therapy for Children, 4th Ed: Module Management of cardiopulmonary Conditions and Special Considerations The Hand: Fundamentals of Therapy: Module Muscle Energy Techniques Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis 6 6 The BEST Exercise Program or Osteoporosis Prevention 8 8 Exercise and Parkinsons Disease 6 6

12 At Home Seminars, LLC Breast Cancer Recovery Exercise Program 5 5 Osteoporosis Prevention and Treatment Nutrition for Young Athletes Nutrition for the Elderly Practical Nutrition for Fitness Professionals 7 7 Diet, Exercise, and Fitness Cardiovascular Nutrition and Fitness Building Effective Communication Skills in Healthcare: 2 2 Share the Story Promoting Legal & Ethical Awareness: Module Promoting Legal & Ethical Awareness: Module Promoting Legal & Ethical Awareness: Module Multidisciplinary Therapy Screening 2 2 Common Phrase Translation: Spanish for English Speakers 5 5 Knee Anatomy and Biomechanics 2 2 Shoulder Pathologies: The Rotator Cuff Current & Popular Concepts in Evaluation and Non- 3 3 Operative Treatment of the Lumbar Spine: Part 3: Improving Lumbar Neuromuscular Efficiency: Objectives of Treatment Plans Current & Popular Concepts in Evaluation and Non- 3 3 Operative Treatment of the Lumbar Spine: Part 2: Common Pathologies of the Lumbar Spine Current & Popular Concepts in Evaluation and Non- 4 4 Operative Treatment of the Lumbar Spine: Part 1:Lumbar Spine Anatomy & Biomechanics Shoulder Anatomy and Biomechanics 3 3 Ankle Anatomy & Biomechanics 2 2 Hip Anatomy & Biomechanics 2 2 Stroke Rehabilitation: Guidelines for Exercise and Training 8 8 to Optimize Motor Skill: Module 1 Stroke Rehabilitation: Guidelines for Exercise and Training 8 8 to Optimize Motor Skill: Module 2 Stroke Rehabilitation: Guidelines for Exercise and Training to Optimize Motor Skill: Module 3 8 8

13 At Home Seminars, LLC The Hand: Fundamentals of Therapy: Module The Hand: Fundamentals of Therapy: Module Manual Evaluation of the Sacroiliac Joint 4 4 Prenatal and Postpartum Exercise Design 8 8 Strength Band Training 4 4 Fallproof! 2nd Edition Agility, Quickness, and Reactivity 4 4 Sport Strength: Legs and Shoulders 4 4 Sport Strength: Chest and Back 4 4 Muscle Energy Techniques, 4th Edition: Module Muscle Energy Techniques, 4th Edition: Module Balance Solutions Physical Therapy Kelly Beaudoin Vestibular Disorders: Assessment & Management Bayada Laura McCarthy Biologix Solutions LLC Alpesh Patel Identification and Treatment of Cognitive Deficits: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Effective Rehabilitation 2 2 Ethics & Professional Responsibility for Physical Therapy Professionals 2 2 Multiple Sclerosis - Care & Management of Patient 3 3 Rotator Cuff Injuries 3 3 Alzheimer's Disease 4 4 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 3 3 Chronic Low Back Pain 3 3 Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 3 3 Blue Sky Institute Kathleen Boyarko Blue Sky Institute Niche Program: Cardiac 2 2 Blue Sky Institute Niche Program: MIND (Cognitive) Part Blue Sky Institute Niche Program: Pulmonary Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania Kara Latshaw Making the Most of Today Planning for the Future 15 15

14 Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital Michele Mulhall Rehabilitation Strategies following Lower Limb Amputation 1 1 Boston Brace Int Jim Wynne BUTLER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PA Boston Brace System for the Non-Operative Treatment of Scoliosis Dynamic Movement Orthosis in Management of the Neuromuscular Patient 2 2 Introduction to Functional Electrical Stimulation and the ODFS Pace 2 2 PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR Campus.Educadium.com Rose Marie Rine Intro to Pediatric Vestibular Rehabilitation 9 9 Care Resources Kay Callan Ethics for Physical Therapy Professionals Patient vs Professional Autonomy: Whose Life is it Anyway? Ethical Challenges for the Day-to-Day Practice of Physical Therapy Ethical Concerns in a Pediatric Population ADHD, ASD, Childhood Anxiety: Linking Pediatric Mental Health Disorders to the Brain Connective Tissue Mobilization for Pediatric Therapists Advanced Pediatric Gait Analysis and Orthotic Management Handling Intensive to Improve Core Stability toward Functional Outcomes Defying Gravity: Understanding and Treating Children with Hypotonia The Art of Clinical Reasoning: Enhancing Sensory Integration Perspectives for Assessment 14 14

15 Care Resources The ipad: Practical Ideas for Therapy and Documentation From Sensory Processing to Executive Functioning The Ethical Implications of Modern Technology for the Physical Therapist Taping to Improve Alignment, Strength, and Function in Children Myofascial Release for Pediatrics Connecting the Dots Between Medically Complex to Functionally Competent: An Intermediate NDT Course for Infants and Toddlers Caring Heart Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Marge Koons Amputee Walking School 5 5 Cayuga Medical Center Physical Therapy Department Michael Costello Management of Lumbo-Pelvic Conditions Physical Therapy Management of Head, Neck, and Upper Thoracic Region Foundations of Orthopedic Physical Therapy Practice Module I Celtic Healthcare Inc Stephanie Miller Wound Care Basics CENTRAL PENN COLLEGE Chambersburg Hospital Physical Medicine Dept. Evelyn Kolumban CHATHAM UNIVERSITY PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR Free-weight Resistance Training: Proper Tech & Progression for Injury Prevention & Return to Sport PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR 7 7 Cherry Creek Co School District Melinda Mueller Tests & Measures for School Based Physical Therapy 6 6 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Catrice Butler Third Annual Diagnosis & Management of Concussion: Acute & Specialized Therapy Across the Spectrum 7 7

16 CIAO Seminars Juliana Barrett Anatomy of Swallowing 4 4 Understanding Dementia 2 2 Therapeutic Ultrasound 3 3 Sympathetic Nervous System Superficial Thermal Agents 1 1 STAR Program Continuing Education Physical Therapy 2 2 Management of the Patient with Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy STAR Program Certification Laboratories in Myofascial Release and Manual Therapy in 1 1 Dysphagia Management An Introduction to Myofascial Release and Manual Therapy in Dysphagia Management Muscle Re-Education 2 2 Neurobiology of Pain & Electrotherapy for Pain 2 2 Management Recent Advances in Rehabilitation of the Medically Complex Patient Seated Tai Chi for the Back and Neck 1 1 Short-Wave Diathermy 1 1 Skin Anatomy & Woundcare 2 2 Therapeutic Modalities Webcast Lumbar Spinal 1 1 Stabilization Electrotherapy 4 4 Edema Management in Long-Term Care Facilities 1 1 Dynamic Modality Use 2 2 Cryotherapy and Intermittent Pneumatic Compression for 1 1 Soft Tissue Trauma Clinical Mentoring Series: Low Level Laser-General 2 2 Treatment Protocols Biodex SD: Assessment Treatment of Balance and Stability Neuroanatomy and Electrophysiology: Foundations of Functional Electrical Stimulation and Bioness Technologies 2 2

17 CIAO Seminars The L300 Foot Drop System and L300 Plus System Certification Course Treatment of Upper Extremity Dysfunction H200 Wireless Certification New Technologies and Innovations in Rehabilitation 1 1 Electrotherapy Made Easy: How to Perform Safe and 4 4 Effective Treatments Therapeutic Ultrasound for the Rehabilitation Professional 1 1 Low Level Laser Therapy 1 1 Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Rehabilitation Outcomes 3 3 with the Mobile Electrode Technique (MET) Core Principles of IASTM 8 8 Introduction to IASTM 6 6 The Preemie Journey: Therapists are Key 2 2 NDTA 2015 Conference: Mind Your Movement: Learning and Cognition in NDT Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Online 2 2 Cinahl Information Systems Myrna Esposa x 8412 Achilles Tendinopathy 1 1 Acoustic Neuroma: Physical Therapy 1 1 Ankle Sprain 1 1 Anserine Tendinopathy 1 1 Aortic Dissection 1 1 Balneotherapy 1 1 Bell's Palsy 1 1 Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo 1 1 Biceps Tendinopathy 1 1 Biofeedback 1 1 Boutonniére Deformity of the Finger 1 1 Brachial Plexus Birth Injury 1 1 Burner/Stinger Syndrome 1 1 Cauda Equina Syndrome 1 1 Compartment Syndrome, Acute 1 1 Cryotherapy 1 1

18 Cinahl Information Systems De Quervain's Syndrome 1 1 Down Syndrome 1 1 Epilepsy 1 1 Fracture, Ankle 1 1 Fracture, Clavicle 1 1 Fracture, Elbow 1 1 Fracture, Facial 1 1 Gait Training, Robotic Assisted 1 1 Glycogen Storage Disease Type V (McArdle Disease) 1 1 Guillain-Barre Syndrome 1 1 Hamstring Strain 1 1 Heart Transplantation and Exercise, in Adults 1 1 Hydrocephalus, Normal Pressure 1 1 Hot Packs 1 1 Hydrotherapy: Watsu 1 1 Hypertension in Older Adults 1 1 Interstitial Cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome) 1 1 Lissencephaly 1 1 Mechanical Ventilation and Physical Therapy 1 1 Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain: Conservative 1 1 Management Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome 1 1 Meniscal Injuries (Nonsurgical Management) 1 1 Metatarsalgia 1 1 Multiple System Atrophy 1 1 Myofascial Pain Syndrome 1 1 Osgood-Schlatter Syndrome 1 1 Osteogenesis Imperfecta 1 1 Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) 1 1 Peripheral Nerve Injury 1 1 Pes Cavus 1 1 Phantom Limb Pain 1 1 Plantar Fasciosis 1 1 Plica Syndrome 1 1 Popliteal Cysts in Adults 1 1 Prader-Willi Syndrome: Physical Therapy 1 1

19 Cinahl Information Systems Pusher Syndrome 1 1 Radiculopathy, Cervical 1 1 Sciatica 1 1 Shoulder Pain: Wheelchair User 1 1 Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Syndrome 1 1 Spinal Cord Injury: Cervical Lesions 1 1 Spinal Cord Injuries: Physiological Changes 1 1 Standing Frame 1 1 Stroke: Gait Training 1 1 Stroke Rehabilitation: Unilateral Neglect 1 1 Stroke: Shoulder Pain 1 1 Stroke: Upper Extremity 1 1 Subdural Hematoma 1 1 Therapeutic Ultrasound 1 1 Tinnitus 1 1 Traction, Mechanical (Cervical) 1 1 Traction, Mechanical (Lumbar) 1 1 Traumatic Brain Injury: Gait Training 1 1 Traumatic Brain Injury: Rancho Los Amigos Levels I, II, III 1 1 Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Tears 1 1 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Amy Johnson th Annual Pediatric Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy Conference Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research & Education Foundation Debbie Hartwig th Annual Advances on the Knee, Shoulder, and Sports Medicine Conference Cleveland Clinic- Rehabilitation & Sports Therapy Tricia The Running Course Clinical Education Concepts LLC Elizabeth Mansfield Prothetics & Dermatology 1 1 Lower Extremity Orthotics: An Overview Part One 1 1

20 Clinical Education Concepts LLC Lower Extremity Orthotics: An Overview Part Two 1 1 Upper Extremity Orthotics: An Overview 1 1 Orthotic Clinical Decision Making - AFO's 1 1 Spinal Orthotics: An Overview 1 1 Current Trends in Pediatric Orthotics 1 1 Current Trends in Geriatric Orthotics 1 1 Orthotics & Dermatology 1 1 Lower Extremity Prosthetic Gait Deviations 1 1 Lower Extremity Functional Level Predictions & Outcomes 1 1 Measurement Lower Extremity Prosthetic Gait Training 1 1 Transfemoral Prosthetics 1 1 Microprocessor Knees 1 1 Transtibial Prosthetics 1 1 Prosthetic Overview 1 1 Community College of Allegheny County COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY-BOYCE Michele Tedder Falls Prevention in Older Adults 2 2 ASiST Aging Simulation Sensitivity Training 2 2 PRE-APPROVED SPONSOR Conemaugh Health System Courtney Boast Mechanics of the Lower Extremity and Shoulder Complex 4 4 ContinuingEducation.com (formerly Gannett Education) James F Ross Shock States: Knowing the Similarities and Differences is Vital 1 1 Osteoporosis Update 1 1 Mental Health & Older Adults, Part 2: Mental Illness Later in Life 1 1 ABCs of Physical Therapy Wound Management 1 1 How Do You Mend a Broken Heart? 1 1 Yoga for the Child with Special Healthcare Needs 1 1

21 ContinuingEducation.com (formerly Gannett Education) The Management of Knee Osteoarthritis 1 1 Hypertension: Review of Guidelines and Drug Therapy Management 1 1 Can You Answer Patients' Questions About Clinical Trials? 1 1 A Complementary and Integrative Practices Potpourri 1 1 Sarcopenia Robs Older Adults of Strength 1 1 Sports-Related Concussions: Tackling a Growing Trend 1 1 Clinical Prediction Rules and Their Application in Selecting Interventions for Patients with Low Back Pain 1 1 Family Caregivers -- Doing Double Duty 1 1 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 1 1 Decades Later -- Post Polio Syndrome 1 1 Calming the Cognitively Impaired 1 1 Parental Reactions to Having a Child With Special Healthcare Needs 1 1 Cystic Fibrosis: No Cure Yet, But Treatment Advances Continue 1 1 How to Recognize and Describe Dementia 1 1 Cardio Tests: Noninvasive Procedures Aid Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease 1 1 Chronic Kidney Disease: Fatigue vs. Function 1 1 Navigating the Labyrinth: Understanding the Vestibular System to Improve Balance and Reduce Falls in Older Adults - Part I 1 1 Body Fat Shapes Patients' Health 1 1 Posterior Shoulder Tightness: Implications for the Physical Therapist 1 1 The Two Sides of Stroke 1 1 Understanding and Knowing How to Treat Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 1 1 Up-to-Date on Asthma in Adults: The Newest Guideline 1 1 Exercise and Fall Prevention in Seniors 1 1 Interpreting Statistical Reports of Tests and Measurements: A Clinician's Guide 1 1

22 ContinuingEducation.com (formerly Gannett Education) Headache Patients in the Clinic: A Physical Therapist's Perspective 1 1 Lipedema: Often Confused with Lymphedema 1 1 Bioethics in Healthcare 2 2 Don't Worry! Be Happy! Harmonize Diversity and Improve 1 1 Under Pressure Coping with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome 1 1 Understanding Distal Radial Fractures 1 1 Parkinson's Disease and Physical Therapy 1 1 Managing the Diabetic Patient 1 1 Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Clinical Guide to Screening, Examination, and Referral for the Orthopedic Therapist 1 1 Functional Knee Bracing for Sports 1 1 Navigating the Labyrinth: Understanding the Vestibular System to Improve Balance and Reduce Falls in Older Adults - Part II 1 1 Fall Prevention Among the Elderly 1 1 An Interprofessional Approach: The Patient After Stroke 1 1 Osteoarthritis of the First CMC Joint - What a Pain in the Thumb! 1 1 The Rotator Cuff: Rehabilitation Management Considerations 1 1 Biofeedback Fibromyalgia: Myth or Malady? 1 1 Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms: Implications for Physical Therapy 1 1 Improving Your Ability to Think Critically 1 1 Hepatitis C: The Shadow Epidemic 1 1 Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease: Is it a Viable Alternative to Drug Therapy? Part Mental Health & Older Adults, Part Back in Action with Joint Replacements, Part Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome Hip Bursitis - and More 1 1 Breast Cancer Rehabilitation How Much Do We Know? 1 1 Back in Action with Joint Replacements, Part 1 1 1

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