Below are the documents you'll need for the event. You will receive meeting invitations to the virtual keynotes and breakout session you selected from to join the event: event brochure: Info:

This course contains no sessions
The hip and low back are dance partners, linked by muscles and bones and fascia and more. Testing and training these areas involves an array of possibilities, dozens of potential assessment techniques and hundreds of intervention choices. How do we know which ones to use, or how to employ them best? This course offers some help. By way of 24 digestible and discussion-sparking findings related to the low back and hip, it informs participants of evidence-based testing and training techniques, potentially challenging common practices and helping improve patient care. 

CEU CREDITS: 6.5 hours (Pending approval through the Kansas Physical Therapy Association)

This course contains no sessions
Chronic pain management is a growing issue in current modern medicine. Chronic low back pain is amongst one of the most difficult types of pain for physical therapists to help manage. Using a more biopsychosocial approach to management, physical therapists are well equipped to help patients recover from chronic pain. In the past, management has been difficult, limited to use of the biomedical model for chronic pain. Using interventions that involve a biopsychosocial model, teaching patients about pain, and pairing this with other interventions, physical therapists can help people recover more effectively. Chronic pain is a national/global problem with the growing opioid epidemic. This course is designed to help physical therapists be more confident and comfortable with most recent and best evidence to aid in the battle of chronic pain.

Click here to register for the Chronic Pain Management workshop July 25-26, 2020