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Earn nine CEH at this Saturday workshop: Integrating the Cardiopulmonary System into Physical Therapy Practice. Proceeds to benefit FPTA advocacy efforts.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/28/2017
When: Saturday, October 28
Start at 8:00 AM
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South University, WPB Campus
9901 Belvedere Rd
Royal Palm Beach, Florida  33411
United States
Presenter: Jamie Dyson PT, DPT and Kathy Swanick PT, DPT, OCS
Contact: Karen Cascardi


Online registration is available until: 10/28/2017
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Session Title

Presenters

CEs

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Integrating the Cardiopulmonary System into Physical Therapy Practice

Provides 9 hours of live continuing education for Florida license renewal.

Jamie Dyson PT, DPT

Kathy Swanick PT, DPT, OCS

9 hours
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Lunch on your own*


*Restaurants in walking distance: Subway, Arby's, Grandma's Pizza, and Macados Cuban Cafe.

Early Bird Registration (ends 10/26)**

PT/PTA Members

PT/PTA Non-members

Student Members

Student Non-members

$45
$60 $15 $25

Please note, seating is limited for this course and as of 10/19/17 there are just a few seats left. Contact Liz Aperauch to be put on the waiting list if your tickets are not available.

Regular/Onsite Registration (after 10/27)**

PT/PTA Members

PT/PTA Non-members

Student Members

Student Non-members

$55
$65 $20 $30

**Proceeds to benefit FPTA Advocacy efforts. Thank you for your support!

Integrating the Cardiopulmonary System into Physical Therapy Practice

Course Description

The cardio-pulmonary system is a huge component of the movement system but do you truly understand how to integrate this system into your patient's plan of care? Life is all about ventilation and perfusion (V/Q). Without stability of this system we are not able to move forward and progress our patients to meet their therapy goals. Pathologies of the cardiopulmonary system can be either a primary diagnosis or a comorbidity for which we need to integrate into our assessment and dosage of interventions. This course will help you to integrate cardiopulmonary pathologies into your Physical therapy Plan of care. You will practice ongoing assessment including accessory muscle use, breathing/ventilation, pulmonary function, lab results, and EKG. The course objectives will be met through the use of lecture, radiographs and case studies. You will come away from this course with valuable tools to better work with all of your patients.

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About the Presenters - Jamie Dyson PT, DPT

 

 

Jamie Dyson has been working at Orlando Health, Orlando Regional Medical Center’s, Level 1 trauma center for the past 24 years. He has served as Rehabilitation Supervisor for Critical Care, Center Coordinator of Clinical Education, Clinical Instructor and currently has taken on the role of Rehabilitation Educator. He is a certified instructor for Advanced Burn Life Support, and is both an APTA Basic and Advanced Credentialed Clinical Instructor. He is a Courtesy Assistant Clinical Professor with the University of Central Florida, Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program; teaching cardiopulmonary physical therapy, acute care physical therapy, wound care, physiology and integrated case studies for patients with complex medical conditions and multi-trauma.

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About the Presenters -Kathy Swanick PT, DPT, OCS

 

 

Kathy Swanick received her BS in Physical Therapy from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York and later earned her MS in Community Health Education and DPT from the Sage Gradual School. Prior to moving to Florida in 2003, she practiced in and managed several outpatient orthopedic physical therapy offices with Physical Therapy Associates of Schenectady and was an Assistant Professor with the Sage Colleges DPT program. She received her initial Orthopedic Specialty Certification in 2003 and renewed her OCS again in 2013. Since moving to Fort Myers, Kathy has been on faculty with Florida Gulf Coast University DPT program and also practices in acute care with the Lee Memorial Health System currently working on orthopedics, and open heart ICU.


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