Orthopedics: Common Injuries Online Course
Develop Assessment and Treatment Plans for Common Injury Pathologies
This online course is the foundation for treating orthopedic pathologies. If you’ve ever been frustrated with your understanding of common injuries and would like to expand your knowledge on how to treat them, then this course is for you:
- Learn 8 different common conditions
- Learn to perform a detailed assessment, and how to create a treatment and management plan for each one
- For each pathology we will go through an introduction, causes, symptoms, assessment, appropriate treatment techniques, home care and contraindications
- 16 modules with great illustrations and some quizzes along the way
- Receive a Certificate with successful completion
- CMTBC – Approved for 1PD credit
- MTAS – 8 Primary Credits
This course is self-paced and provided online so you can learn the material at times that are convenient for you. All of the written information is yours to print off, or save as a document on your computer which can make a great reference for your practice.
Duration: Approximately 8+ hours
Common Injuries discussed:
- Muscle strains
- Ligament sprains
- Dislocation and subluxation
Dr. Nikita Vizniak, RMT, DC — Dr. Vizniak has been teaching and tutoring students to write and pass practical and standardized exams for over 20 years (premed/dental/pharm, chiro, kin, massage naturopathic, physio etc.), and understands how to give you the confidence and skill set you need to become a top tier performer. Want even more? Consult with him 1 on 1 or in a small group here.
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