87. In person event: The Management of Common Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Conditions: A Case-based Approach (18 CEU’s)

$499.00

Description

The Management of Common Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Conditions: A Case-based Approach
Friday & Saturday, March 25-26th 2022
Asheville | North Carolina
Hilton | Biltmore Park
1 828-209-2700
18 Continuing Education Credits
This course is ideal for therapists who are preparing for the CHT Exam or who are pursuing a study of the upper extremity. The course will advance understanding of a range of upper extremity diagnoses and treatments while expanding your clinical reasoning via case study analysis regardless of your level of experience.
Presenter:
Mike Cricchio, MBA, OT/L, CHT,
Course Description:
This two-day course will detail the management of common shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand conditions within the case-based framework. Case studies will be integrated throughout the course to enhance understanding of shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand anatomy, pathomechanics, and clinical presentation. All upper extremity conditions will be discussed with respect to their unique pathologic presentation as well as the interplay between neighboring and compensatory structures.
Objectives:
1. Study and discuss the management of common upper extremity pathologies.
2. Study and discuss the establishment of upper extremity differential diagnosing and associated treatment.
3. Present a detailed study of the anatomy of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder.
4. Suggest evidence-based rationale for the clinical treatment of common upper extremity diagnoses.
5. Utilize case study analysis to illustrate the anatomy, evaluation, treatment, and progression of common upper extremity diagnoses.
Why Attend:
The Teton Hand and Upper Extremity Conference Series, LLC has been providing professional education for occupational and physical therapists for almost twenty years. We specialize in the study of anatomy and treatment of upper extremity pathology utilizing an innovative learning model that couples intense education with outdoor recreation.
We recognize the changing and challenging healthcare environment and strive to provide professional education that emboldens the therapist with a foundational knowledge of anatomy, clinical reasoning, and problem-solving requisite for evidence-based practice and patient-centered clinical decisions.
10 reasons to join us in Asheville!
  1. Nearly 20 years of providing exceptional education of the upper extremity.
  2. Matchless educational format–case study format mirrors clinical problem-solving.
  3. An intimate, welcoming conference setting conducive to audience participation, peer exchange, and peerless education.
  4. Destination location, limitless recreation/entertainment for all ages.
  5. Asheville beckons travelers interested in an eclectic mountain town that oozes creativity and natural beauty.”
  6. “The city has an impressive array of music venues, from intimate listening rooms to outdoor amphitheaters and famed music clubs.”
  7. “You know a city is proud of its culinary scene when it trademarks the nickname Foodtopia to describe its obsessively local eateries and locally made food products.”
  8. “The number one attraction when folks visit Asheville has long been the historic Biltmore Estate, a 178,000-square-foot beauty built at the tail end of the Gilded Age in 1889.”
  9. “Doctors prescribed Asheville’s cool mountain breezes and lush vegetation as a place of healing all the way back in the 19th century.”
  10. “Enjoying the great outdoors is a big deal in Asheville, and options run the gamut from water sports and zip-lining to exploring Mount Mitchell, the highest peak in eastern North America.”
    Host Hotel
    Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
    1 828-209-2700
    Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park Reservations:
    Reservations can be made 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling the following number toll free: Hilton Reservations Desk: 1-866-407-5713. Please refer to the Teton Hand and Upper Extremity Conference for a special room rate of $159.00 plus tax.   An additional option is to contact the Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park directly at 828-209-2700.
    (Limited Room Block Available: Book Today!)
    Travel
    Fly Direct to Asheville
    Allegiant
    Nonstop Destinations:
    Austin, TX (AUS) — seasonal; Baltimore, MD (Washington D.C. area) (BWI); Boston, MA (BOS) — seasonal; Chicago, IL (MDW) — seasonal; Denver, Colorado (DEN); Destin, FL (VPS); Ft. Lauderdale, FL (FLL); Houston, TX (HOU) — seasonal; Key West, FL (EYW); Las Vegas, NV (LAS); Minneapolis, MN (MSP); Newark, NJ (New York City, NY area) (EWR); Orlando (Sanford), FL (SFB); West Palm Beach (PBI), Ft. Myers/Punta Gorda, FL (PGD); Sarasota (SRQ); St. Petersburg/Clearwater, FL (PIE)
    American Airlines
    Nonstop Destinations:
    Charlotte, NC (CLT); Chicago (ORD) – seasonal, Dallas, TX (DFW); LaGuardia (LGA) — seasonal; Philadelphia (PHL) — seasonal; Washington, D.C. (DCA) — seasonal
    Delta
    Nonstop Destinations:
    Atlanta, GA (ATL); La Guardia (New York, NY) (LGA) — seasonal
    Sun Country Airlines
    Nonstop Destinations:
    Minneapolis, MN (MSP)
    United
    Nonstop Destinations:

    Chicago, IL (ORD); Newark, NJ (EWR) — seasonal; Washington, D.C. (IAD)

    Save-the-Date Program
    (18 Continuing Education Credits)
    Friday, March 25th
    (9 continuing education credits)
    The Shoulder
    Presentation format: didactic, case, discussion and collaborative group segments
    Morning Session Discussion Topics:
    Shoulder Impingement
    Rotator Cuff Pathology
    Adhesive Capsulitis
    Proximal Humeral fractures
    Mid-shaft Humeral Fractures
    Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
    Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
    The Elbow
    Presentation format: didactic, case, discussion and collaborative group segments
    Afternoon Session Discussion Topics:
    Supracondylar Fractures
    Olecranon Fractures
    Radial Head Fractures
    Lateral Epicondylitis
    Medial Epicondylitis
    Distal Biceps Rupture/Repair
    The Stiff Elbow
    Saturday, March 26th
    (9 continuing education credits)
    The Wrist
    Presentation format: didactic, case, discussion and collaborative group segments
    Morning Session Discussion Topics:
    Distal Radial Fractures
    Ulnar-sided Wrist Pain
    Both Bone Forearm Fractures
    Scaphoid Fractures
    Wrist Instability
    Extensor Tendon Injuries of the Wrist/Forearm
    Flexor Tendon Injuries of the Wrist /Forearm
    The Hand
    Presentation format: didactic, case, discussion and collaborative group segments
    Afternoon Session Discussion Topics:
    Thumb Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries
    Traumatic Hand Injuries
    Dupuytren’s Contracture
    Extensor Tendon Injuries of the Digits/Hand
    Flexor Tendon Injuries of the Digits/Hand
    Intrinsic Anatomy and Deformities
    The Stiff PIP Joint
    We invite all attendees to visit local eating establishments for breakfast and lunch. Unfortunately, The Teton Hand and Upper Extremity Conference Series will not be hosting unmasked organized meal periods due to present pandemic concerns.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Written requests for refunds received by the conference coordinator by 3/11/2022 will be granted. All funds, minus a $100 processing fee, will be returned to the registrant. No refunds will be issued for missed events, including sessions missed due to personal reasons.  Hotel reservations must be made and canceled through the host hotel.  After 3/11/2022, no refunds will be granted for any reason.

UE | Applications is a subsidiary of the Teton Hand and Upper Extremity Conference Series, LLC. Created as an independent company in the Spring of 2020, UE | Applications provides a suite of upper extremity educational solutions. Conference-approved for occupational therapy continuing credits ONLY. Physical therapists are welcome to attend and submit for continuing education approval.

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