Finally! A page where PTs can go to find a list of Continuing Education Course Reviews. This can help us choose the courses that we spend our hard earned money CEU on. Below is a list of the Continuing Education Courses that have been reviewed.
If performing your own review please include:
- course title, date taken, pros:, cons:, what you liked, what you wished you could change, and would you recommend to a colleague.
- Please don’t fill out a course review for your own course or we will find you!
If you would like to submit a course review click here: Course Review Form
Myokinmatic Restoration – Postural Restoration Institute
This is course that helped validate my approach to PT. It focuses on the importance of core and diaphragmatic breathing. It is all about human movement and how to help others move more efficiently. Ultimately as a therapist you have to treat the underlying nervous system and PRI helps give you – the therapist –… Read more “Myokinmatic Restoration – Postural Restoration Institute”
DN 1 and 2 – James Dunning
Took first course in February 2017 and second course in marh 2017. I enjoyed this course and thought it presented the material in a different way than other dry needling courses my friends have taken. They provided sound clinical research and a way to apply needles to best treat different diagnoses, such as knee OA,… Read more “DN 1 and 2 – James Dunning”
Functional Dry Needling – Kinetacore
Pros: Great technique for soft tissue trigger point release. This course not only goes into the technique of needling, but also research behind it and how to tie it into an overall treatment with Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) principles incorporated. I really liked how they emphasize that you KNOW your anatomy of not only… Read more “Functional Dry Needling – Kinetacore”
Select Manual Therapy and Complimentary Exercise Interventions for Cervical and Upper Thoracic Impairments
Date taken: April 29th 2017 Pros: * Discussed in depth the biomechanics of the C/S and the difference between the upper and lower C/S * Discussed the safety issues and the red flags that can present in patients with C/S pain. One of the better discussions of the class is how to manage the patient… Read more “Select Manual Therapy and Complimentary Exercise Interventions for Cervical and Upper Thoracic Impairments”
Herman & Wallace: PF2A Function, Dysfunction and Treatment: Colorectal and Coccyx Conditions, Male Pelvic Floor, Pudendal Nerve Dysfunction, Seattle 2015
I have taken 3 Herman and Wallace courses, and hope to complete my capstone in the next few years. What I learned in PF2 has been very helpful in treating many orthopedic conditions that affect the pelvic floor, including pudendal nerve dysfunction, incontinence, and constipation. My primary case load is orthopedics, but through pelvic rehab… Read more “Herman & Wallace: PF2A Function, Dysfunction and Treatment: Colorectal and Coccyx Conditions, Male Pelvic Floor, Pudendal Nerve Dysfunction, Seattle 2015”
Reconciling pain science with biomechanics
Physical therapy is evolving beyond what we learned in kinesiology/biomechanics. Greg does a fantastic job of presenting research that can help us with dynamic problem solving. We can all write down 50 patients who don’t fit into a classic box of dysfunction pattern. He presents that researchers have found the same thing and it’s ok… Read more “Reconciling pain science with biomechanics”
Functional Dry Needling level 1, Date taken: May 2015
Pros: The course overall was great. I have been wanting to take a dry needling course for a few years after it helped me with exercise induced compartment syndrome in PT school and was one of the many things that helped me avoid bilateral fasciotomy. * Level of instruction: Excellent. The ratio of instructor to… Read more “Functional Dry Needling level 1, Date taken: May 2015”