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2017 SED 4Q Meeting - Structural Assessment
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Join the Southeast District for its 4th quarter meeting with presentation "Structural Assessment Across Patient Populations."

When: Tuesday, November 14
Start at 6:30 PM
Where: South University - Building A, Room 108
9901 Belvedere Road
Royal Palm Beach, Florida  33411
United States
Presenter: Kevin Kunkel, PT, PhD
Contact: Jamie Srinath

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Meeting Information

The Southeast District will host its fourth quarter business meeting followed by a presentation on Structural Assessment Across Patient Populations by Kevin Kunkel, PT, PhD.

This course provides 1.5 live continuing education hours towards 2017 Florida license renewal.

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Pricing & Registration

Early Bird Registration (ends 11/12/17)

Regular/Onsite Registration

PT/PTA Members: $25
PT/PTA Non-members: $35
Student Members: No Charge
Student Non-members: No Charge

Please note: Student registration is full at this time. If you are interested in attending, please contact Liz Aperauch at to be placed on the waiting list.

PT/PTA Members: $35
PT/PTA Non-members: $45
Student Members: $10
Student Non-members: $10

Please note: Seating is very limited for this course and it is highly likely there will not be onsite registration. If you have not already registered, please check this website before attempting to walk in for onsite registration. If the class is full, walk ins will not be accepted.

Meeting Schedule

6:30  Registration & Networking
7:00  District business meeting
7:30  Structural Assessment across Patient Populations

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About the Presentation

The structural asymmetry of the human body produces skeletal changes which directly and indirectly affect dysfunction in the human body. A pattern of deficits in joint mobility and range of motion occur from a “ground-up” perspective which can predispose a person to injury. Identifying the asymmetry and adjusting for it is essential for prevention of potential injury but also to rehabilitate persons with multiple diagnose which may appear isolated but are a culmination of years of adaptation through moments of force to decrease the stress on the longer extremity. This course will explore the posture and skeletal deficits through examination and discuss the compensation necessary to attempt to produce postural alignment and neutralize the effects of the asymmetry. The patterns of dysfunction will be discussed as well with a demonstration of postural assessment and modification.

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South University, Building A, Room 108
9901 Belvedere Rd
Royal Palm Beach, Florida 33411

The campus is on the corner of Belvedere and State Road 7. Parking is located in the back of either building.


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