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Category: Patient Assessment

Instrumented Assessment of Postural Control Part 3: Sensory Components of Postural Control

This module will describe the six testing conditions associated with the sensory organization test (SOT) of dynamic posturography.

October 25, 2022

Instrumented Assessment of Postural Control Part 2: Proactive and Reactive Postural Control

This module will explain the difference between proactive and reactive balance tasks and the assessment of proactive and reactive postural control.

October 25, 2022

Instrumented Postural Control Part 1: Static Stance and Limits of Stability (LOS)

Balance is something we all want to do well but often think little about. Adequate postural control and balance keep us on our feet, and our body often does this in a wide variety of ways without us even knowing – until something goes wrong. How could we possibly know what’s wrong if it’s so […]

October 25, 2022

Athletic Mouth Guard: Protection from orofacial injury

In this e-module participants will be able to learn the protective benefits of mouth guards, types and features of mouth guards, fabrication techniques, and differentiation of mouth guards from other thermoplastic oral appliances recommended by dentists.

April 11, 2022

Adapted Healthcare Delivery for Patients with Hearing Impairments

This interactive module identifies barriers physical therapists are facing in service delivery for patients with hearing impairments and introduces ADA as well as Universal Design Principles for students on how to effectively involve patients with hearing impairments in their plan of care. It also presents students with recommendations on how to adapt physical therapy services […]

April 11, 2022

Creating a Welcoming Healthcare Environment for the Transgender and Gender Expansive Community

The aim of this module is to create empathy towards TGE individuals, examine biases, and to educate students on how to create welcoming environments for their TGE patients.

April 11, 2022