State of NevadaPHYSICAL THERAPY BOARDADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CONTINUING COMPETENCYNOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGAugust 16, 20181:00 p.m.Physical Therapy Board Office7570 Norman Rockwell Lane, #230Las Vegas, NV 89143orTeleconference1-213-787-0529 Access Code: 6990657AGENDAThe State of Nevada Physical Therapy Board Advisory Committee on Continuing Competencymay: (a) address agenda items out of sequence, (b) combine agendaitems, and (c) pullor remove items from the agenda at any time. The Committee may convene in closed session to consider the character, alleged misconduct,professional competence or physical or mental health of a person. (NRS 241.020, NRS 241.030)Action on an item may be to approve, deny, amend, table or take noaction.1. Call to Order, Confirmation of Quorum2. Public CommentsNo vote may be taken upon a matter raised during a period devoted to public comment until the matter itself has beenspecifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action may be taken. (NRS 241.020)3. Review and recommendation of early renewal (currently approved) continuing education courses. (ForPossible Action)Course#1ProviderCourseAllied Health EducationA Pediatric Guide to Working withChildren with AutismNevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 1TypeInternet
2Allied Health EducationAn Evidence Based Approach tothe Management of AchillesTendon Disorders3Allied Health EducationAdaptive Equipment & AssistiveTechnology in PediatricsInternetAllied Health EducationADHD Strategies for the Clinic &BeyondInternet5Allied Health EducationAdvancement in PatellofemoralPain Syndrome & MPFLReconstruction & RehabInternet6Allied Health EducationBurns - Evaluation & TreatmentInternetAllied Health EducationClinical Practice Guidelines forLow Back PainInternet8Allied Health EducationCognitive Impairment inParkinson's Disease:Understanding the Problem &Unlocking the Solution to Freezingof GaitInternet9Allied Health EducationCongenital Muscular TorticollisInternet10Allied Health EducationCurrent Concepts in Rehabilitationof Orthopedic Shoulder ConditionsInternet47Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 2Internet
11Allied Health EducationCurrent Concepts in TendinopathyManagement: What Happened toEccentrics?12Allied Health EducationDiabetes: A Gentle Introductionfor Rehab Therapists & TrainersInternet13Allied Health EducationDocumentation Essentials: ProvingMedical Necessity in TherapyDocumentationInternet14Allied Health EducationErgonomics: Don’t Let YourPatient's Work be a PainInternet15Allied Health EducationEvidence Based Evaluation &Treatment of LateralEpicondylagiaInternet16Allied Health EducationFemale Pelvic Health TherapyInternet17Allied Health EducationGeriathletes: Supporting the NewWave of Active (and Competitive)SeniorsInternet18Allied Health EducationGeriatric Balance & Fall PreventionInternetAllied Health EducationHand Therapy for the Non HandTherapistInternet19Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 3Internet
20Allied Health EducationHigh Intensity Exercise: TheEvidence & Application inParkinson's Disease21Allied Health EducationHome Care Basics: Getting Startedin Home Health SettingInternet22Allied Health EducationIntroduction to TelehealthRehabilitationInternet23Allied Health EducationMyofascial Release for Low BackPainInternet24Allied Health EducationPost-Partum Recovery: ImprovingFunction for MothersInternet25Allied Health EducationReducing Hospital Readmissionswith COPD: Rehab ManagementStrategies in the Skilled NursingFacilityInternet26Allied Health EducationSimply SplintingInternetAllied Health EducationThe Key Elements to Running aSuccessful Wheelchair/SeatingClinicInternetAllied Health EducationTreatment of Visual Issues in MildTraumatic Brain Injury(mTBI/Concussion)Internet2728Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 4Internet
29APTAComprehensive Care JointReplacement (CJR) ModelInternet30APTAHot Topics in Medicare: Auditsand Medical ReviewInternet31APTAImplementation of Hospital-BasedDirect Access Highlighting DirectOrdering of Diagnostic ImagingInternet32APTAManaging Post Intensive CareSyndrome in Your ClinicInternet33APTAMusculoskeletal PainManagement PrinciplesInternet34Education Resources, Inc.Acute Care and ICU Pharmacology:Implications for Early Mobilizationand Functional OutcomesInternet35Education Resources, Inc.Auscultation LAB: Heart andBreath Sounds: PracticumInternetEducation Resources, Inc.Clinical Decision Making in AcuteCare: Focus on CardiopulmonaryIssuesInternetEducation Resources, Inc.Lines, Tubes, Ventilators andDiagnostic Screening for Stabilityvs Instability: Card IopulmonaryExamination and MonitoringInternet3637Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 5
Education Resources, Inc.Therapies in the Schools Online Conference 439Education Resources, Inc.Vestibular Rehabilitation:Evaluation and Treatment ofCervicogenic DizzinessInternet40HawkGripsLevel I: IASTM FundamentalsOnline41HawkGripsPre-Course Level I: IASTMFundamentalsOnline38Online42KOH EducationIASTM L1 PractitionerOn-Site43Kindred at HomeAnticoagulant TherapyHome-Study44Kindred at HomeAssessment and Treatment ofBalance DysfunctionOn-Site45Kindred at HomeBalance Interventions: LinkingBalance Deficits with TreatmentOn-Site46Kindred at HomeCardiac MedicationsNevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 6Home-Study
47Kindred at HomeCardiopulmonary AssessmentHome-Study48Kindred at HomeCardioPulmonary Surgery andInterventional ProceduresHome-Study/Internet49Kindred at HomeDomestic ViolenceHome-Study50Kindred at HomeElder Abuse and NeglectHome-Study51Kindred at HomeEthics & Jurisprudence forTherapistsHome-Study52Kindred at HomeFibromyalgia SyndromeHome-StudyKindred at HomeGentiva Orthopedics:Comprehensive Assessment andCondition ManagementHome-StudyKindred at HomeGentiva Orthopedics: TherapySpecific Expectations,Assessments and TreatmentStrategiesHome-StudyKindred at HomeHome Health Memory Care:Clinical Interventions535455Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 7Home-Study/Internet
56Kindred at HomeHome Health Memory Care:Patient EvalutationHome-Study/Internet57Kindred at HomeNon-Healing WoundsHome-Study/internet58Kindred at HomePain Management59Kindred at HomePhysical Assessment Lab 160Kindred at HomePosture Analysis in the HomeOn-Site61Kindred at HomePrevention of Medical ErrorsHome-Study62Kindred at HomePrevention of Medical ErrorsOn-Site63Kindred at HomePulmonary DisordersHome-Study/Internet64Kindred at HomeRating of Percieved ExertionHome-Study/InternetNevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 8Home-StudyHome-Study/internet
65Kindred at HomeSafe Strides: A ComprehensiveBalance and Vestibular Course66Kindred at HomeThe Aging Process67Kindred at HomeTherapy Assessment andInterventions of theCardiovascular Patient inHomecare68Kindred at HomeZontagoOn-Site69Kindred at HomeZontago Clinical ernet70OnCourse LearningAn Interprofessional School-BasedTeam's Approach to Caring forLilly, A Second Grader withCerebral Palsy71OnCourse LearningAdvance Directives: ConversationsMatterInternet72OnCourse LearningBiofeedback 101InternetOnCourse LearningDecision-Making in the HealthcareSetting: When Ethics Are TestedInternet73Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 9
OnCourse LearningDeep Brain Stimulation inParkinson's Disease: Is It a ViableAlternative to Drug Therapy? Part1InternetOnCourse LearningDeep Brain Stimulation inParkinson's Disease: Is It a ViableAlternative to Drug Therapy? Part2Internet76OnCourse LearningDiagnosing and ManagingHypermobile Ehlers-DanlosSyndrome and HypermobilitySpectrum DisorderInternet77OnCourse LearningDiabetic Foot Ulcers Remain aPrimary Healthcare ConcernInternet78OnCourse LearningEvidence-Based Care for YourPatient with Acute Heart FailureInternet79OnCourse LearningFibromyalgia: Myth or Malady?Internet80OnCourse LearningFueling for Exercise Recovery:How to Optimize CarbohydrateIntakeInternet81OnCourse LearningGuillain-Barre' SyndromeInternetOnCourse LearningHuman Trafficking: Identificationand Assessment of VictimsInternet747582Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 10
OnCourse LearningIs Whole-Body Vibration anEffective and Safe TreatmentChoice for Older Adults?InternetOnCourse LearningInterprofessional Case No. 1:Reggie Mantel, An Older AdultRecovering from KneeReplacement and CVAInternet85OnCourse LearningInterprofessional Case: Theo, anOlder Adult with Burns and SmokeInhalation InjuriesInternet86OnCourse LearningInterprofessional Guide to PainManagementInternetOnCourse LearningInterprofessional Rehabilitation ofPeople with Executive FunctionImpairmentInternetOnCourse LearningLymphedema Assessment,Differential Diagnosis andTreatmentInternet89OnCourse LearningMaking Digital MaterialsAccessible for Individuals withDisabilitiesInternet90OnCourse LearningMobilizing Patients After Stroke inNeuro Critical CareInternetOnCourse LearningOrthopedic Examination and JointMobilization of the Ankle and FootInternet8384878891Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 11
92OnCourse LearningOrthopedic Examination and JointMobilization of the HipInternet93OnCourse LearningOrthopedic Examination and JointMobilization of the KneeInternet94OnCourse LearningPediatric Abusive Head TraumaInternet95OnCourse LearningPediatric Standing EquipmentIndications and ImplementationInternetOnCourse LearningPerseveration and Stimulus-BoundBehavior Associated withTraumatic Brain InjuryInternetOnCourse LearningPhysically Active Lifestyle Key toControlling Type 2 DiabetesInternet98OnCourse LearningProgressive Supranuclear Palsy:Case Review with Skilled Therapiesand Community-Based ServicesInternet99OnCourse LearningRotator Cuff Tedndinopathy: AnEvidence-Based OverviewInternetOnCourse LearningScleroderma: More Than SkinDeepInternet9697100Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 12
101OnCourse LearningScreening for PTSD in ReturningMilitary Service MembersInternet102OnCourse LearningSensory Processing in AutismInternet103OnCourse LearningSickle Cell Disease in Infants,Children and Youth: Rehabilitationand EducationInternet104OnCourse LearningStrength Training for Older Adults,Part 1InternetOnCourse LearningStrength Training for Older Adults,Part 2: Frail to the Athletic OlderAdultInternet106OnCourse LearningThe End of Antibiotics - Can We'ESKAPE' it?Internet107OnCourse LearningThe Leader-Manager Paradigm inHealthcareInternet108OnCourse LearningVertigo: Spinning Out of ControlInternetOnCourse LearningWeathering the Electrical Storm ofAfibInternet105109Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 13
110OnCourse LearningWorking with an InterprofessionalTeamInternet111OnCourse LearningYouth Sports: Current Concepts inSport SafetyInternet112PTWebucation.comConcussion and Post ConcussionSyndrome: The Role of thePhysical TherapistOnline113PTWebucation.comErgonomics: Value AddedOnlinePTWebucation.comEvidence Base Strategies forManaging Chronic Lower BackPainOnline115PTWebucation.comFacilitation of Normal Gait: UsuingManual Cues to Improve Standand Swing MechanicsOnline116PTWebucation.comMotor Control: Principles andCorrectivesOnlinePTWebucation.comPatellofemoral Pain: FromEvidence Based Research toClinical RelevanceOnlinePTWebucation.comPhysical Therapy Management ofthe TMJ: An Updated EvidenceBased ApproachOnline114117118Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 14
PTWebucation.comStrength Training Prinicples g Balance: Strategiesto Improve Evaluation Skills andFunctional TreatmentOnline121PTWebucation.comVestibular Rehabilitation IOnline122PTWebucation.comVestibular Rehabilitation IIOnlinePTWebucation.comWound Care Essentials for PhysicalTherapistsOnlineReliasAdvanced Heart Failure: LeftVentricular Assist Device (LVAD)and ExerciseHome-Study/Internet125ReliasAdvanced Heart Failure:Pathophysiology, Complications,and Management ToolsHome-Study/Internet126ReliasAlzheimer's Disease and RelatedDisorders for Homecare WorkersHome-Study/InternetReliasBeyond Kegels: Pelvic Muscle,Bladder & BowelHome-Study/Internet119123124127Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 15
128ReliasEnvironmental Considerations forExercise n of Low Back-PainHome-Study/Internet130ReliasFunctional Maintenance Programsin Long-Term n BasedDiagnosis of Low BackHome-Study/Intermet132ReliasImplementing Group TherapyHome-Study/Internet133ReliasInterventions for Low Back PainHome-Study/Internet134ReliasInterventions for Neck PainHome-Study/Internet135ReliasJustifiable Aquatic Therapy Demonstrating Medical NecessityHome-Study/InternetReliasJustifiable Aquatic Therapy - NovelTreatment Ideas forMusculoskeletal ConditionsHome-Study/Internet136Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 16
ReliasJustifiable Aquatic Therapy - NovelTreatment Ideas for ifiable Aquatic Therapy Precautions & Contraindicationsfor PT, OT & SpeechHome-Study/InternetReliasMood Stabilizing Drugs andInteractionsHome-Stduy/Internet140ReliasPhases of PulmonaryRehabilitation and Billing for theServices - Part 2Home-Study/Internet141ReliasPolypharmacy and DrugInteractionsHome-Study/InternetReliasPulmonary Disease SelfManagement Training - Part 4Home-Study/InternetReliasPulmonary RehabilitationComponents, Participant Selectand Rules for Reimbursement Part 1Home-Study/Internet144ReliasPulmonary RehabilitationDocumentation and OutcomeMeasurements - Part 6Home-Study/Internet145ReliasSpinal Cord Injury: An OverviewHome-Study/Internet137138139142143Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 17
146ReliasTherapy DocumentationSI-BONE Inc.The Symptomatic SI-Joint: ClinicalExamination, Diagnosis andTreatmentOn-Site148Summit Professional EducationStrengthening Core Stability(Duncan)On-Site149Texas Tech University HealthSciences Center - Health.eduEndurance Event CoverageInternet/Home-Study/Video150Texas Tech University HealthSciences Center - Health.eduEthics for Physical Therapists 34Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 23
OnCourse LearningPractical Evidence-Based Practice:Applying the Evidence to YourPatientsInternetOnCourse LearningThe Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ)Community, Part 1: Perspectives inHealthcareInternetOnCourse LearningThe Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ)Community, Part 2: HealthcareDisparitiesInternet38OnlineCE.comCOPD in the Elderly, The Effects ofAging on Lung, Eval of Dyspneaaqnd Lung Cancer in the OlderPatientHome-Study39OnlineCE.comDifferential DiagnosisHome-Study40OnlineCE.comEvaluation of the AdolescentOverhead AthleteOnlineCE.comFoundation, Form, and Function:Concepts of Trunk Stability forOptimal Function and Motion35363741Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 24InternetHome-Study
OnlineCE.comInstrument Assisted Soft TissueMobilization to the LowerExtremityHome-StudyOnlineCE.comInstrument Assisted Soft TissueMobilization to the SpineHome-StudyOnlineCE.comInstrument Assisted Soft TissueMobilization to the sing the Elbox After a SportsInjury and Choosing comClinical Application of mbined Training: EvidenceBased Practice Strength ental CoordinationDisorder Defined: Understandingthe Clumsy ChildInternet4243444748Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 25
49PhysicalTherapy.comEvaluating the Wrist: The BasicsInternetPhysicalTherapy.comExamination and Treatment ofAtaxia Following dic Conditions inPediatrics: A Primer for t-Centered Strategies toManaging Geriatric Chronic Pain inHome HealthInternet53PhysicalTherapy.comThe Master Female AthleteInternet54PhysicalTherapy.comUsing Imaging to Your Advantage:The Upper Extremity andDifferential DiagnosisInternet55Pilates Method Alliance and Hospital forSpecial SurgeryArt of Overcoming PainOn-Site5051Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 26
56P.T. Courses.comSchool Based Therapy57PTWebucation.comCervical Spine: "It's a Pain in theNeck"Online58PTWebucation.comDiabetes Implications for thePhysical TherapistOnlinePTWebucation.comFacilitating Normal Movement inHemiplegia: An Introduction toNeuro-Developmental Technique(NDT)OnlinePTWebucation.comGetting a Handle on the Heel: AClinical Approach to TreatingChronic Foot and Achilies n of Transfers:Exploring Pivot Transfers and Sitto/from Stand Using ManualFacilitation TechniquesOnline62PTWebucation.comThe ACL: Why the Therapist MakesAll the DifferenceOnline5960Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 27Home-Study
ReliasAerobic and Strength Training inPatients with Multiple ComorbiditiesHome-Study/Internet64ReliasAddressing Balance and Falls inPatients with Co-morbiditiesHome-Study/Internet65ReliasAdvanced Wound Dressings:Decision MakingHome-Study/Internet66ReliasComorbidities: Mental tic Testing in Older AdultsHome-Study/Internet68ReliasExamination of Neck -BasedDiagnosis for Neck PainHome-Study/Internet63Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 28
70ReliasMeeting the Oxygen Needs of YourPatientsHome-Study/Internet71ReliasVestibular RehabilitationHome-Study/Internet72Revolution Human Physical Therapy andEducationIntegrated Clinical Dry NeedlingLower Extremity Course, 2 DayOn-Site73Revolution Human Physical Therapy andEducationIntegrated Clinical Dry NeedlingUpper Extremity Course, 2 DayOn-Site74Select Medical2018 Philadelphia Sports MedicineConferenceOn-Site75Select MedicalClinical Management of theInjured WorkerOn-Site76Select MedicalDry Needling Level IOn-SiteNevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 29
Select MedicalVestibular Rehabilitation:Evaluation, Differential Diagnosis& Management of the DizzyPatientOn-Site78Spinal Manipulation InstituteEMT-1 Upper and Lower ExtremityDysfunction: Evaluation andManagement with HVLAT ThrustManipulation and ExerciseOn-Site79Summit Professional EducationThe Pediatric Brain (Shimkus Online)Internet80Yoga for the Special Child LLCYoga for the Special Child Basic 2ProgramOn-siteYoga for the Special Child LLCYoga for the Special ChildContinuing Education on Arthritisand SclerodermaHome-Study/InternetNational Athletic Trainers AssociationJournal of Athletic Training (JAT)Vol.51 #01 CEU Questions January2016 IssueInternetNational Athletic Trainers AssociationLead Them to Water but Don’tForce Them to Drink:Reccommendations to PreventHyponatremiaVideo77818283Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 30
5. Approval of ACCE Meeting Minutes. The Committee will review and possibly approve the meeting minutesfrom prior meetings. (For Possible Action)A. June 26, 20186. Scheduling a standard future meeting date once a month for future ACCC meetings. (For Discussion)7. Public CommentNo vote may be taken upon a matter raised during a period devoted to public comment until the matter itself has beenspecifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action may be taken. (NRS 241.020)8. AdjournmentPublic comment is welcomed by the Committee. Public comment will be limited to five minutes per person and comments based on viewpoint will not be restricted.Public comment may be available prior to action items on the agenda and on any matter not specifically included on the agenda as the last item on the agenda. Atthe discretion of the Chairperson, additional public comment may be heard when that item is reached. The Chairperson may allow additional time to be given to aspeaker as time allows at his/her sole discretion. (NRS 241.020, NRS 241.030)Prior to the commencement and conclusion of a contested case or a quasi-judicial proceeding that may affect the due process rights of an individual the board mayrefuse to consider public comment. (NRS 233B.126)Notice: Persons with disabilities who require special accommodations or assistance at the meeting should contact the Muriel or Chelsea at (702)876-5535; no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting. Requests for special accommodations made after this time frame cannot be guaranteed.Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 31
THIS MEETING WAS PROPERLY NOTICED AND POSTEDIN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:Nevada Physical TherapyBoard7570 Norman RockwellLane, Suite 230Las Vegas, Nevada 89143Websitewww.ptboard.nv.govOffice of the AttorneyGeneral5420 Kietzke Lane, Ste 202Reno, NV 89511Grant Sawyer State OfficeBuilding555 E. Washington Avenue#3900Las Vegas, Nevada 89101St. Mary’s Regional MedicalCenter235 W. Sixth Street,4th Floor PT LoungeReno, NV 89523College of SouthernNevadaPTA Program6375 W. Charleston BlvdSort WA 158Las Vegas, NV 89146The State of NevadaPublic Notice Websitewww.nv.govCarrington CollegeAttn: Laura Cerame5740 S Eastern Ave #140,Las Vegas, NV 89119Office of the AttorneyGeneral100 North Carson StreetCarson City, Nevada 89701Pima Medical InstitutePTA ProgramAttn. Rebecca Cheema3333 E. Flamingo RoadLas Vegas, NV 89121This agenda has been sent to all persons who have requested an agenda from the Board. Persons who wish tocontinue to receive an agenda and notice must request so in writing every six months (NRS 241.020).Supporting material relating to public meetings of the Nevada Physical Therapy Board is available at the Boardadministrative offices located at 7570 Norman Rockwell Lane, Suite 230, Las Vegas, Nevada or by contactingMuriel Morin-Mendes or Chelsea Williams at the Board office at (702) 876-5535 or by email@example.com.Nevada Physical Therapy BoardAdvisory Committee on Continuing Competency MeetingJune 26, 2018Page 32
Aug 16, 2018 · Nevada Physical Therapy Board Advisory Committee on Continuing Competency Meeting June 26, 2018 Page 7 47 Kindred at Home Cardiopulmonary Assessment Home-Study 48 Kindred at Home CardioPulmonary Surgery and Interventional Procedures Home-Study/Internet 49 Kindred at Home Domestic Violence Home-Study
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Nevada Physical Therapy Board Mission Statement Mission The mission of the Nevada Physical Therapy Board is to protect the safety and well-being of the public consumer of physical therapy. Who We License The Nevada Physical Therapy Board licenses physical therapists and physical thera-pist assistants.
Reporting to the Behavioral Health Advisory Board The Advisory Board provides input to the administration of the Mental Health Plan and functions in an advisory capacity. The Advisory Board is involved in the Quality Improvement Committee by appointing an Advisory Board member to the QIC. In addition, there is a direct reporting link to each of .
Physical Therapy Assistant: a person licensed to engage in the practice of physical therapy, subject to the provisions of the Physical Therapy Practice Act, Subsection 58-24b-401(2)(a). Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: also referred to as Physiatry or Rehabilitation Medicine: a branch of
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PHYSICAL THERAPY Chapter Cross-References Professional service corporations, Title 35, ch. 4. Chapter Administrative Rules Title 24, chapter 177, ARM Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. Chapter Law Review Articles Employer Doesn't Have to Pay for Unlicensed Physical Therapy Treatment, Litchman, 23 Pa. L. Weekly 5 (2000).
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Physical Therapy Aide 4 Unit 14 Lesson 14 introduces therapeutic exercises, assisting with ambulation and gait training, various therapy agents and modalities used in physical therapy, and specialized clinical procedures. This lesson also covers job hunting skills for the physical therapy ai
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Physical Therapy Aide A physical therapy aide most often works under the direction of a physical therapist and/or physical therapy assistant. Physical therapy aide jobs often include keeping the treatment area clean and well organized, as well as to help escort patients in wheel
Campus. The Administrative Offices of the Physical Therapy Program are located at the 6th floor (Office 604) of the School of Health Professions. It is the first and only program in Puerto Rico, which leads to a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, which is the entry-level degree for the physical therapy profession. The Program, offering a .
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MOs, develop lots of excellent manual physical therapists, and construct a network of manual physical therapists in Asia. We sincerely hope that the Journal of Asian Orthopedic Manipulative Physical Therapy will contribute to the development of manual physical therapy and construction of a network of manual physical therapists in Asia.
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The make-up of the Board is unique. Each profession governs itself (occupational therapy (OT), physical therapy (PT), and athletic trainers (AT)). A Joint Board made of five members of the PT Section plus the OT and AT Sections, plus a public member govern the OPP licenses and the overall office management/executive director.
therapist or a licensed occupational therapy assistant pursuant to the provisions of the. Occupational Therapy Practice Act found in Part III, Chapter 468, F.S., and sub-subparagraph 6A-6.03411(1)(dd)3.f., F.A.C. (b) Physical therapy is deined to mean services provided by a licensed physical therapist or a
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