Cognitive/Perceptual Rehab
Cognition / Memory Impairment: Assessment and Intervention (L9CogMemoryImpairment) -- Provides therapists who work with an aging population with clinical information to help identify clients experiencing memory or cognitive impairment that is part of the human aging process. Focus on the role of therapy as you learn about normal vs abnormal memory/cognitive deficits, and the factors that contribute to and slow memory/cognitive decline.

Instructor: Maxwell Perkins, MS, OTR/L
Price:$259     Earlybird Special: $229

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process



Contact Hours: 8


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Hand Therapy/UE
The Hand: An Analytical Approach to Hand Rehabilitation (L1BIOMHDa) -- Live Course: This comprehensive two day course provides an analytical approach to hand rehabilitation for therapists who want to enhance their theoretical knowledge to be better able to problem solve and design treatment programs for a variety of upper extremity conditions.  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Neural Mobilization: Examination and Intervention Strategies (L1EXAMINTERVNEURALMOB) -- Live Course: This course will help you to understand the vulnerability of the nervous system and the resulting pathologies that can develop, and how neural mobilization can enhance your treatment outcomes.  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Mark W. Butler, PT, MPT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Price: $549   Earlybird Special: $499

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility. See site-specific requirements below.
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.

Entry requirements for the course in:

San Diego, CA 
• Participants must be 
fully vaccinated against Covid-19. 
Medical grade masks are required to be worn for the entirety of the CE course. 
• Participants must be Covid-19 symptom-free.

Portland, OR
• Medical grade masks are required to be worn for the entirety of the CE course. 
• Participants must be Covid-19 symptom-free.


Houston, TX
• If participant has not been vaccinated for Covid-19 and influenza (flu), m
edical grade mask is required to be worn for the entirety of the CE course. 
• Participants must be Covid-19 symptom-free.


Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.

Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live Onsite CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.



Contact Hours: 15


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Kinetic Chain Concepts for Upper Extremity Conditions (L1KINCHCON) -- Live Course. This advanced course takes participants through a paradigm shift in how to look at common UE conditions. The course will expand evaluation & treatment skills using sound anatomical & kinesiological principles.  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Marc Allen, OTR/L, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14.5


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Management of Common Hand Injuries (L1MGTCOMHDINJ) -- Live Course: This comprehensive two day course is designed for therapists who want to enhance their theoretical knowledge to be better able to problem solve and design treatment programs for a variety of common hand injuries.  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $494  Earlybird Special: $439

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Management of Upper Extremity Stiff Joints (L1MGTUESTIFFJT) -- Live Course: Intermediate level course is designed to enhance the understanding of the impact of joint stiffness on functioning of the elbow, wrist, and hand. It  provides an analytical approach to the rehabilitation of upper extremity stiff joints. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant  J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Management of Upper Extremity Tendon Injuries and Fractures (L1MGTUETENDINJ) -- Live Course: This comprehensive course provides an analytical approach to the rehabilitation of tendon injuries and fractures, combined with hands-on mobilization lab sessions. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Simplifying Biomechanics of the Elbow (L1SIMPBIOELB) -- Live Course. This comprehensive, intermediate to advanced level course focuses on the management of the elbow. It is designed to enhance the understanding of the complexity of the elbow joint, and the assessment and management of various conditions affecting this joint. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Simplifying Management of the Wrist and Elbow: An Analytical Approach to Upper Extremity Rehabilitation (L1SIMPMGTWRELB) -- Live Course: This intermediate to advanced level course focuses on the management of the wrist, carpals and elbow.   For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $509  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Treating Without Pain: Improving Outcomes for Common Conditions of the Upper Extremity (L1TWP2d2022) -- Live Course: Two-day, live, in-person, combined-concepts course with plenty of take-home tips and pearls, will enhance your current knowledge and teach advanced concepts and innovative techniques that can be used immediately--even with your most challenging patients. 

Instructor: Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI, NDTc
Price: $549. Earlybird Special $499
15 contact hours

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility. See site-specific requirements below.
  • Medical Grade mask will be required to be worn at all times while inside the course facility, as required by hosting facility. Mask must completely cover your nose and mouth. 
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.
Entry requirements for the course in:

Annapolis MD Every participant must show a completed Covid-19 vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the start date of the course) If you have medical exception from vaccination, you must show proof of the medical exemption and a negative PCR Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of the start of course. Screening questions are required before allowed entry to course. Masks are required.

Portland OR: All participants are required to wear a medical grade face mask through the entirety of the course. Screening questions for COVID are required before allowed entry to the course.  Participants are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated to attend this course. 


San Diego, CA:  Every participant must be Covid-19 symptom free and show a completed Covid-19 vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the start date of the course), Screening questions and temperature check are required before allowed entry to course. Medical grade masks are required to be worn through the entire course.

Livingston, NJ Every participant must show a completed Covid-19 vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the start date of the course), Screening questions and temperature check required before allowed entry to course. Medical grade masks are required to be worn through the entire course.

Houston, TX Every participant must show a completed Covid-19 vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the start date of the course), Screening questions and temperature check required before allowed entry to course. Medical grade masks are required to be worn through the entire course.

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We strongly encourage participants to wear a face shield or goggles, in addition to wearing a mask, when not able to socially distance during lab sessions.
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If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration. 
Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.

Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.


Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By registering for and attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live, In-Person CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.



Contact Hours: 15


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Upper Extremity Tendon Injury Update: Advances in Clinical Management (L1UETendInjUpdate) -- Live Course: This intermediate level evidence-based course is designed to enhance the clinician's understanding of the impact of upper extremity tendon injuries on the wrist and hand. This comprehensive course provides an analytical approach to the rehabilitation of UE tendon injuries, combined with hands-on orthotic fabrication (splinting) lab sessions. Includes zone-specific treatment protocols, therapeutic and orthotic intervention, case-studies and review of current research and literature..  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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The Wrist and Carpals: An Analytical Approach to Rehabilitation of the Wrist (L1WRCPKINa) -- Live Course: This intermediate to advanced level course focuses on the management of wrist and carpal kinematics.  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Shrikant J. Chinchalkar, OTR, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14


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Kinesiotaping
Kinesio Taping Assessments, Fundamental Concepts and Techniques (L7KT12a) -- Live Course: Learn assessments and  the fundamental concepts and techniques of the Kinesio® Taping Method. For detailed course information, click here.

Financial Disclosure:
Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial
—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.

Instructors: Check Schedule
Price: $599  Earlybird Special: $569

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

ONLY Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, PTAs, OTAs, ATCs, DCs, LAcs, CMT/LMTs, MDs, and RNs are eligible to attend this KinesioTaping course.  Proof of Professional License or Certification is required during registration.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists:
Please check with your state board prior to registering, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.  
If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of
New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.

For Massage Therapists registering for this course, please download and save this syllabus for your records.


Contact Hours: 16


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Kinesio Taping Advanced Techniques and Clinical Reasoning (L7KT3b) -- Live or Live Interactive Webinar (Zoom): This course builds on the fundamental concepts and corrective techniques learned in the first course in this series, and focuses on clinical reasoning and advanced clinical concepts. The course provides lab time for attendees to practice their skills on the new concepts through a variety of clinical applications. 8 Contact Hours. For detailed course information, click here.

Financial Disclosure:

Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial
—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.

Instructors
: Check Schedule
Price: $349  Earlybird Special: $299

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

Prerequisites: Upon successful completion of Kinesiotaping KT1/KT2  or Kinesiotaping Assessments, Fundamental Concepts and Techniques, you are eligible to attend this course.

ONLY Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, PTAs, OTAs, ATCs, DCs, LAcs, CMT/LMTs, MDs, and RNs are eligible to attend this KinesioTaping course.  Proof of Professional License or Certification is required during registration.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists:
Please check with your state board prior to registering, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.  
If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of
New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.

For Massage Therapists registering for this course
, please download and save this syllabus for your records.


Contact Hours: 8


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KT4 Specialty Hand Therapy Concepts of the KinesioTaping Method (KT4) (L7KT4HAND) -- Live Course:
Pre-requisites:
completion of KTA approved Kinesiotaping Assessments, Fundamental Techniques and Concepts or KT1/KT2, AND
Kinesiotaping Advanced Techniques and Clinical Reasoning or KT3 courses 
 

This course is designed to give attendees guidelines on how to combine the concepts learned in the KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses with the concepts of hand therapy. This course gives attendees the chance to learn and practice specific applications related to specific upper extremity/hand conditions.  8 Contact Hours. For detailed course information,click here.

Tuition: $349  Earlybird: $319

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

Financial Disclosure:
Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.


To verify attendance at a KTA approved KT3 course, you must fax or email a copy of your KT3 Certificate of Attendance upon completion of online registration for this course. Please email to info@RehabEd.com or fax to 845-368-2458. If you are paying by check, please include a copy of certificate with invoice and payment.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists:
Please check with your state board prior to registering
, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.   If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.


Contact Hours: 7.5


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KT4 Specialty Neurological Concepts of the KinesioTaping Method: Influencing the Adult Nervous System (L7KT4NEURO) -- Live Course:
Prerequisite: completion of KTA approved KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses  
The KT4 Neurology course builds on and expands techniques learned in the KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses. This course addresses issues encountered when treating patients with neurological diseases. 
8 Contact Hours. For detailed course information, click here.

Tuition: $349 Earlybird: $319

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

Financial Disclosure:
Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial
—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.


To verify attendance at a KTA approved KT3 course, you must fax or email a copy of your KT3 Certificate of Attendance upon completion of online registration for this course. Please email to info@RehabEd.com or fax to 845-368-2458. If you are paying by check, please include a copy of certificate with invoice and payment.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists
:
Please check with your state board prior to registering
, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.   If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.


Contact Hours: 8


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KT4 Specialty Pediatric Concepts of the Kinesiotaping Method (L7KT4PEDS) -- Live Course:
Prerequisite: completion of KTA approved KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses


The KT4 Pediatrics course is designed to provide advanced Kinesio Taping techniques and applications. Attendees will review theory and basic taping techniques, learn advanced and combination techniques, and develop clinical reasoning skills relevant to the pediatric population. The course will also provide commonly used taping techniques for specific diagnoses, including cerebral palsy, hemiplegia, torticollis, and brachial plexus injury; as well as pediatric sports related injuries. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructors: Check schedule
Price: $349        Earlybird Special $319

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

Financial Disclosure:
Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial
—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.


To verify attendance at a KTA approved KT3 course, you must fax or email a copy of your KT3 Certificate of Attendance upon completion of online registration for this course. Please email to info@RehabEd.com or fax to 845-368-2458. If you are paying by check, please include a copy of certificate with invoice and payment.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists
:
Please check with your state board prior to registering
, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.   If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.



Contact Hours: 8


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KT4 Specialty Sports Orthopedic Concepts of the Kinesio Taping Method (L7KT4SPORTS) -- Live Virtual Course (Zoom):
Prerequisite: completion of KTA approved KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses  
This course is designed to give attendees guidelines on how to combine the concepts learned in the KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses with the concepts of sports medicine. This course gives attendees the chance to learn and practice specific applications related to specific sports dysfunctions.  8 Contact Hours. For detailed course information, click here.

Tuition: $349  Earlybird: $319

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

Financial Disclosure:
Financial— This Kinesio University course and instructor recommend only using Kinesio Tape, and have a financial interest in teaching this course.
Non-financial
—No other relevant non-financial relationship exists.


To verify attendance at a KTA approved KT3 course, you must fax or email a copy of your KT3 Certificate of Attendance upon completion of online registration for this course. Please email to info@RehabEd.com or fax to 845-368-2458. If you are paying by check, please include a copy of certificate with invoice and payment.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Athletic Trainers:
This course does not qualify for Category A credits through the BOC. The Board of Certification (BOC) for Athletic Trainers no longer accepts Category A  continuing education credits for any CE classes that apply to a single product brand.   Athletic Trainers are encouraged to contact the BOC to confirm acceptance of CEUs as Category D prior to registering for KinesioTaping CE courses. A certificate of course attendance will be provided upon course completion.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION  for Massage Therapists
:
Please check with your state board prior to registering
, to determine if Kinesiotaping is within scope of practice in your state.   If you are a licensed Massage Therapist in the states of New York or Georgia, the NYAMTA and the GAAMTA do not recognize Kinesio Taping™ within your scope of practice and CEU’s will not be awarded to you.


Contact Hours: 8


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Manual Therapy
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM): Comprehensive Skills Course (L10IASTMb) -- Live Course: This course covers the theory and intervention strategies for identifying and treating soft tissue restrictions utilizing Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) techniques. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructors: Check Schedule
Price: $549  Earlybird Special $499

AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge.

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility. See site-specific requirements below.
  • Medical grade masks will be required to be worn at all times during Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses while inside the course facility. Mask must completely cover your nose and mouth. 
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.

Entry requirements for the course in:

New Brunswick, NJ area (Somerset) 
Every participant must:
• wear a medical-grade mask through the entire course
• must be Covid-19 symptom-free

If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration.Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.


Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.


Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live Onsite CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.



Contact Hours: 13.5


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Scrape, Tape, Cup & Glide: Restoring Space, Motion, & Slack for Restricted Neural Dynamics of the Upper Quarter (L10ScrapeTapeCupGlideUE) -- Live Course:  This upper extremity focused course features motion-based interventions for restricted neural dynamics of the upper quadrant. Hands-on lab sessions on neural mobilization and examination techniques.  Interventions including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, negative pressure soft tissue mobilization (cupping), exercises, and taping to facilitate movement and proprioception will be covered. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructors: Mark Butler, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Price: $549  Earlybird Special $499

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

This course content is not intended for use by any participants outside the scope of their license or regulation.

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility. See site-specific requirements below.
  • Medical-grade face masks are strongly recommended, and are required by certain facilities. See site specific requirements below.
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.

Entry requirements for the course in:

Summit, WI: Every participant must be Covid -19 symptom free. and show a completed Covid-19 vaccination record (dated at least 14 days before the start date of the course) Face mask fully covering the nose and mouth is required to be worn. Screening questions required before allowed entry to course.

Glen Burnie, MD: Every participant must be Covid-19 symptom free and pass a temperature check and screening questionnaire to enter facility. Face mask fully covering the nose and mouth is required to be worn.

Norman, OK: Every participant must be Covid-19 symptom free and pass a temperature check and screening questionnaire to enter facility. Face mask fully covering the nose and mouth is required to be worn.

Livingston, NJ:  Participant must be Covid-19 symptom free.Medical grade face mask fully covering the nose and mouth is required to be worn. Screening questions required before allowed entry to course. 

Warner Robins, GA: Participant must be Covid-19 symptom free.
 

If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration. Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.

Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.

Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live Onsite CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.




Contact Hours: 14


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Scrape, Tape, Cup & Glide: Restoring Space, Motion, & Slack for Restricted Neural Dynamics of the Lower Quarter (L10ScrapeTapeLE) -- Live Course:  This lower extremity focused course features motion-based interventions for restricted neural dynamics of the lower quarter. Hands-on lab sessions on neural mobilization and examination techniques.  Interventions including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, negative pressure soft tissue mobilization (cupping), exercises, and taping to facilitate movement and proprioception will be covered. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructors: Mark Butler, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Price: $549  Earlybird Special $499

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility.
  • Masks will be required to be worn at all times during Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses while inside the course facility. Mask must completely cover your nose and mouth.
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free.

We strongly encourage participants to:

  • be fully vaccinated or have a negative Covid-19 test prior to attending.
  • wear a face shield or goggles, in addition to wearing a mask, when not able to socially distance during lab sessions.

If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration.Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.

Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.


Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live Onsite CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.



Contact Hours: 14


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Treating without Pain: Hand Therapy Treatment Concepts (L1TxNoPain) -- One-day, combined concepts course includes taping, IASTM, and joint alignment. Learn new techniques that can be used immediately with numerous “take home” tips and pearls. Course includes significant demonstration, lab and video evidence to present the concept of “Treating without Pain”.

Focus on the 4 S’s: Skin, Swelling, Scar and Sensation, as well as joint alignment and balance. Explore techniques on how to improve joint ROM, eliminate pain, and eliminate compensation patterns for faster outcomes. Current research will be included to support these concepts.

Instructor: Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI
Price: $329  Earlybird Special $299

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Please note: This course is prerequisite to attending Treating Tendonitis in the Upper Extremity including Taping, IASTM, and Joint Alignment.


Contact Hours: 7.5


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Treating Tendonitis in the Upper Extremity (L1TxTendonitis) -- Live Course:  

One-day, combined concepts course includes Taping, IASTM, and Joint Alignment. Learn new techniques that can be used to treat pain conditions in the upper extremity.  Course includes significant demonstration, lab and video evidence to present the concept of muscle imbalance and alignment

Instructor: Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI
Price: $349  Earlybird Special $299

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

STOP!
Treating without Pain: Hand Therapy Treatment Concepts
is prerequisite to attending this seminar.

If you have not already attended Treating without Pain: Hand Therapy Treatment Concepts, please make sure to register for it-- in addition to this seminar.


Contact Hours: 7.5


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Modalities
Electrical Stimulation: Enhancing Pediatric Outcomes (L6ESTIMPED) -- Live Courses: Learn to appropriately select parameters for using TENS and FES to enhance treatment protocols specifically for the pediatric population. Specialty applications, which reference the differences between Neurologic and Orthopedic diagnoses will be reviewed..  For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Sara Shapiro, MPH, PT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479


AOTA Classification Codes:

·  Domain of OT: Activity Demands (PERFORMANCE SKILLS)

·  Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention



Contact Hours: 15


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Evidence-Based Physical Agents: Application and Practice (L6EVIDPAMS) -- Live Course: This 30 hour lab-intensive course, is an evidence-based presentation focusing on the clinical application of physical agents and modalities. For detailed course information click here.

Instructor: Paul Higgins,DPT, ATC, CSCS 
Price: $850  Earlybird Special: $775

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 30


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Orthopedics
Musculoskeletal Imaging for the Physical and Occupational Therapist (L5XRAYIMAG) -- Live Course: Focus on different types of diagnostic imaging and how to review imaging studies and reports. Includes indications for ordering diagnostic studies. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor Mark Butler, DPT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Price: $274  Earlybird Special: $219

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 7.5


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Pediatrics
Advanced Clinical Reasoning for Pediatric Upper Extremity Conditions (L4AdvPedsUE) -- 

The treatment of upper extremity pediatric conditions can be complex and often challenging for therapists. Learn to analyze/problem solve treatment for numerous pediatric conditions. Learn a variety of assessment, handling and treatment techniques,  and discuss appropriate use of casting/orthoses. To view course details, click here.


Instructor: Jill Peck-Murray, MOT, OTR/L, CHT and Catherine Brooks, OTR/L CHT
Price: $549  Earlybird Special: $499

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • CDC and local government regulations will guide policy at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility.
  • Masks will be required to be worn at all times during Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses while inside the course facility. Mask must completely cover your nose and mouth.
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free.

We strongly encourage participants to:

  • be fully vaccinated or have a negative Covid-19 test prior to attending.
  • wear a face shield or goggles, in addition to wearing a mask, when not able to socially distance during lab sessions.

If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration.Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.

Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.


Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live Onsite CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.



Contact Hours: 13


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Brachial Plexus Birth Injury: Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment (L4BPBIthruTEENS) -- 

This two-day seminar addresses all aspects of conservative and surgical management of Brachial Plexus Birth Injury (BPBI) from infancy through adolescence.

Live, In-person Seminar

Instructor: Cynthia A. Servello, MA, OTR/L
15 contact hours
Price: $549. Earlybird Special $499

This course content is not intended for use by any learner outside the scope of their license or regulation.

AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge
Level: Intermediate

IMPORTANT!  Covid-19 Policy for In-Person CE courses-- Read before completing registration.

Your safety and the safety of our instructors is our priority. To that end, the following Covid-19 Course Entry Policies will be in effect at all of Rehab Education’s live, in-person CE courses:

  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.
  • CDC, local government regulations, and host-site Covid-19 policy will guide requirements at each course. Course entry requirements will be based on host site's Covid-19 policies and screenings for entering the facility. See site-specific requirements below.
  • Medical Grade mask will be required to be worn at all times while inside the course facility, required by hosting facility. Mask must completely cover your nose and mouth. 
  • You must be Covid-19 symptom-free. Temperature check and/or screening may be required by facility prior to entry.
Entry requirements for the course in:

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If you are not able to comply with these entry policies, please do not proceed with registration. Instead, please contact Rehab Education or consider registering for Rehab Education's hybrid online CE courses.

Guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please refer to the website and/or email updates for the latest policies applicable to your course.


Please note that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By registering for and attending Rehab Education, LLC's Live, In-Person CE courses, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.





Contact Hours: 15


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Pediatric Hand Therapy and Orthotic Intervention for Musculoskeletal Conditions (L4PEDHDTHERSPc) -- Live Course: Pediatric patients are different from adult patients and can pose many challenges. This specialized hands-on two-day course will be a valuable learning opportunity for a pediatric therapist who is challenged by the orthopedic issues that arise when treating musculoskeletal conditions and for hand therapists who treat adults and are challenged when faced with a pediatric patient.To view course details, click here.

Instructor: Jill Peck-Murray, MOT, OTR/L, CHT
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 15.5


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Treatment of Infants, Children and Teens with Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury (L4PEDSBPI) -- Live Course: This course addresses all aspects of conservative and surgical management of Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury over the course of infancy, childhood, and teen years. For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Cindy Servello, MA, OTR
Price: $509 Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 15


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Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries: Improving Functional Outcomes from Infancy through Adolescence (live webinar) (W4BPBIthruTEENS) -- Live interactive webinar provides an overview of conservative and surgical management of Brachial Plexus Birth Injury with a primary focus on providing a comprehensive therapeutic approach to improve outcomes for infants through adolescents.

Interactive Live Webinar (via Zoom)

Instructor: Cynthia A. Servello, MA, OTR/L
7.5 contact hours (synchronous learning)

This course content is not intended for use by any learner outside the scope of their license or regulation.



AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge
Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Webinar purchases are final sale and non-refundable.

Time: Course consists of two 4-hour live webinars.
Select from:
• Friday, June 2, 2023 from 6pm-10pm Eastern time (3pm-7pm PST) and Saturday, June 3, 2023 from 10am-2pm Eastern time  (7am to11am PST)
• Sundays, November 5, 2023 and November 12, 2023 from 10:30am to 2:30pm Eastern Time (7:30am-11:30am PST)


Contact Hours: 7.5


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KEYtoCP™: Systematic Intensive Treatment Model (W4KeytoCPZoom) -- Developer and Instructor: Pia Stampe, PT, DPT

Maximize neuroplasticity and minimize maladaptive habits in children and teens with Cerebral Palsy! The KeytoCP™ Treatment Model provides a comprehensive and completely unique treatment experience for every client and their family– to address their unique goals, and keep improving long after the intensive has ended.   
 
Live Interactive Webinar (via Zoom)
15 contact hours (synchronous learning) taught in four 4-hour live webinars over 4 evenings:
Level: Intermediate
This course content is not intended for use by any learner outside the scope of their license or regulation.


AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge

Webinar purchases are non-refundable.

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You must attend all 4 sessions. For course dates, click here.
Times listed below are Eastern time.
 


Contact Hours: 15


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Treatment of Infants, Children and Teens with Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injuries (live webinar) (W4PedsBPIthruTeensZoom) -- This live interactive webinar presented over 2 days (via Zoom) addresses all aspects of conservative and surgical management of Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury over the course of infancy, childhood, and teen years.

Interactive Live Webinar (via Zoom)

Instructor: Cynthia A. Servello, MA, OTR/L
15 contact hours (synchronous learning)

This course content is not intended for use by any learner outside the scope of their license or regulation.


AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge
Level: Intermediate

Webinar purchases are non-refundable.

Time: 10:30am-7pm Eastern time;   9:30am-6pm Central time;   8:30am-5pm Mountain time;   7:30am-4pm Pacific


Contact Hours: 15


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Treatment of Infants and Young Children (0-3) with Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries (live webinar) (W4PedsBPIZoom) -- This webinar provides an overview of the anatomy of the initial nerve injury, the muscular and bony sequela that are present in infancy and early childhood, and conservative and surgical management of Brachial Plexus Birth Injury over the course of infancy and early childhood.

Interactive Live Webinar (via Zoom)

Instructor: Cynthia A. Servello, MA, OTR/L
6.5 contact hours (synchronous learning)

This course content is not intended for use by any learner outside the scope of their license or regulation.


AOTA Classification Codes: OT Service Delivery/Foundational Knowledge
Level: Intermediate

Webinar purchases are non-refundable.

Time: 10:30am-6:00pm Eastern Time;   9:30am-5:00pm Central Time;   8:30am-4:00pm Mountain Time;   7:30am-3:00pm Pacific Time


Contact Hours: 6.5


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Rehab: Diagnosis/Treat
OT Tune Up - A Refresher Course (ZZL3OTTUNEUP) -- Live Course: Beginner to Intermediate level course designed for the occupational therapist and the occupational therapy assistant who is re-entering the work force, changing specialties and/or just wanting an update on current practice.  For more detailed information, click here.

Instructor: Mo Johnson, MS, OTR/L
Price: $464 Earlybird Special: $409

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 14
Price: $409.00
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Splinting/Casting/Orthoses
Hand Orthotics 101: Getting Started with Fabrication (L2HDSPLINT101a) -- Live Course: This course is designed for therapists who would like to gain confidence in their fabrication skills while learning techniques and tricks to successfully create custom-made orthoses to meet patients needs.  For detailed course information, click here.

Author: Susan Baum Locker, MSEd, OTR/L
Price: $529  Earlybird Special: $479

AOTA Classification Codes:

·  Domain of OT: Activity Demands (OCCUPATIONS)

·  Occupational Therapy Process: Outcomes



Contact Hours: 14


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Orthotic Solutions for Upper Extremity Fractures (L2UEFX) -- Live Course: This intermediate level, one-day program establishes knowledge in the selection and fabrication of appropriate orthoses (splints) in the treatment of patients with hand and upper extremity fractures.  Protocols for upper extremity fractures and related surgical repairs which require the use of an orthosis will be reviewed, along with current literature.   For detailed course information, click here.

Instructor: Check Course Date
Price: $329  Earlybird Special: $299

AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT, OT Process


Contact Hours: 8


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