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Orthopedic Rehabilitation Course

  • 360Days
  • 34Steps
  • 24Participants


Orthopedic Course from Basics to Evidence-based Practice differential diagnosis and Intervention - part of EduCross International Diploma in Physical Therapy. Course Goals: 1. Understanding musculoskeletal anatomy and biomechanics: Students would learn about the structure and function of bones, muscles, joints, and other related structures to develop a solid foundation for orthopedic physical therapy. 2. Evaluation and diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions: Students would gain skills in assessing and diagnosing various orthopedic conditions. 3. Treatment planning and implementation: The course would focus on teaching students how to create comprehensive treatment plans tailored to individual patients' needs. 4. Rehabilitation after orthopedic surgeries: Students would learn about post-operative rehabilitation protocols for various orthopedic procedures, such as joint replacements, ligament reconstructions, and fracture fixations. 5. Evidence-based practice and ongoing professional development: The course would emphasize the importance of staying updated with the latest research and evidence in orthopedic physical therapy. Lecturer: Dr. Mohamed H. Desoki PT, DPT, tDPT, OCS, CCI. Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Credentialed Clinical Instructor at American Physical Therapy Association. Co-Founder and CEO - EduCross



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From $420.00/month



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