(PACE 12HR) Managing Balance, Proprioception & Record Keeping

$210.00

12-hour CE Course through Distance Learning

 

SKU: PACEBPRK24CE Category:

Description

Please Note: Upon completion of this course a complimentary e-book of proprioceptive exercises will be provided to you.  The book includes individually, printable proprioceptive exercise scripts that can be used with your patients.

Overview

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will leave having a better understanding of the incidence and etiology of vestibular dysfunction. They will be able to demonstrate better understanding of the vestibular system, the various disorders and the subsequent implications on a patient’s ability to perform ADLs. We will identify various fundamental assessment tools for testing vestibular dysfunction and begin to learn how to use them hands-on. Enrollees will be better able to describe the balance control system and the interdependence of gaze and postural stabilization on maintaining balance and demonstrate knowledge of the assessment and treatment of BPPV. They will leave and be able to take back to their practices the enhanced ability to identify common clinical signs and symptoms of the dizzy and imbalanced patient and how to incorporate and progress appropriate treatment.

Participants will leave having a better understanding of the incidence and etiology of proprioceptive issues. They will be able to demonstrate better understanding of the proprioceptive system, the various disorders and the subsequent implications on a patient’s ability to perform ADLs. We will identify various fundamental assessment tools for testing proprioception and begin to learn how to use them hands-on. Enrollees will be better able to describe the proprioceptive system and the interdependence of gaze and postural stabilization on maintaining balance that this system provides. They will leave and be able to take back to their practices the enhanced ability to identify common clinical signs and symptoms of proprioceptive issues and how to incorporate appropriate treatment. 

Very few people enjoy record keeping so in an effort to make this less stressful for you there are no diagnosis codes.  After spending many years reviewing records, one of the areas I found most often lacking was Evaluation and Management coding which is based upon 7 components and effects your collections.  This two-hour seminar was put together from the perspective of how to not only keep good records, but to help you get reimbursed, hopefully, better. We will cover such areas of record keeping from the concept of writing out your diagnosis and what advantages this may have for you.

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