Advanced Clinical Reasoning: Anatomy, Assessment, Action with Dr. Nikita Vizniak – Live at UWS
March 14 @ 8:00 am - March 15 @ 12:00 pm
Advanced Clinical Reasoning: Anatomy, Assessment, Action
New Date: March 14-15, 2020
Time: Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm (lunch provided) & Sunday 9:00 am – noon
Location: University of Western States – East Hall – 2900 NE 132nd Ave. Portland, OR 97230
Early Registration for Practitioners (DC, ND, LMT, PT) $400.00 ends February 29, 2020
Regular Registration for Practitioners $450 beginning November 1, 2019.
UWS Alumni – please use coupon code uwsalumni for your 10% discount
UWS Students – please use coupon code UWSStudent2 for your discounted price of $250 **
UWS Employees – please use coupon code UWSEmployee for your discounted price of $100
Registration deadline is March 2, 2020
** UWS students are encouraged to attend this event. However, CE credit is not available with this discount. If you need CE credit purchase using alumni discount code.
Gain knowledge, experience and confidence in hands-on approaches to evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, which will make you a more effective practitioner. The program emphasizes correlation of anatomy, physical assessment, differential diagnosis, and management strategies including soft-tissue and joint mobilization, stretching and exercise techniques, and instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation. Participants include anyone engaged in physical medicine and manual therapy, including chiropractors, naturopaths, physical therapists and massage therapists.
Participants will receive the following texts when they arrive at class:
- Evidence Informed Spinal Manual (2019) by Nikita Vizniak.
- Evidence Informed Orthopedic Assessment (2019) by Nikita Vizniak.
Participant in the course will learn to:
- Effectively identify and palpate clinically relevant structures
- Effectively apply clinical evaluation methods consistent with regional kinematics
- Utilize effective, protocol-based assessment methods to differentiate common pathologies and tissue-specific injuries
- Identify and apply effective treatment methods for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions
- Choose and utilize appropriate outcome measures to evaluate baseline and progression
Dr. Vizniak is widely-known as a professional educator and author. His work focuses on the application of clinical anatomy and biomechanics to patient assessment and management, and he has published several textbooks on related subjects. He loves to teach and empower practitioners with skills and confidence to provide more effective treatments.
UWS will provide CE/CC credit for the following professions and jurisdictions.
PACE Course ID: 7862 Oregon: DC, LMT, ND (pending), and PT Washington: DC, LMT Idaho: DC British Columbia: DC
If you need CE in another jurisdiction or profession please contact the CE office as soon as possible. 503-251-5719 or [email protected]