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									    Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy of the Cervical-Thoracic-Costal Cage Complex
                                   June 26, 27 2010
                           Presented by: Christopher H. Wise, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, MTC, ATC
                              Regal Heights ●70-05 35th Avenue ● Jackson Heights, NY 11372

OVERVIEW                                                                           Course Schedule:
Who Should Attend?
                                                                                             SATURDAY:
Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants.
                                                                                            7:30-8:00: Registration/Breakfast
Course Description:                                                                         8:00-9:00: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice and
This 16 hour continuing education experience is designed for the physical                   Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT)
therapist who is interested in pursuing innovative, effective, and eclectic                 9:00-11:00: Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of the
strategies for the management of patients with neck pain. Throughout the                    Cervico-Thoracic-Costal Cage Complex
seminar, an emphasis will be placed on utilizing the current best evidence to
                                                                                            11:00-12:00: OMPT Examination of the CTCCC
support the integration of therapeutic exercise and orthopedic manual physical
therapy strategies in the management of patients suffering from neck-related            LUNCH: 12:00-1:00
disorders.    Evidence-based principles of examination and differential                     1:00-2:00: OMPT Examination of the CTCCC (cont’d)
diagnostic classification that serve to guide intervention will be presented.               2:00-5:00: OMPT Techniques for the Cervical Spine
Course Objectives:                                                                      SUNDAY :
At the conclusion of this presentation, the participant will:                               8:00-9:00: Classification and Differential Diagnosis of
          Gain exposure to some of the current best evidence as it relates to              CTCCC
           the management of neck-related disorders                                         9:00-12:00: OMPT Techniques for the CTCCC
          Understand the need for classification and the basic principles of           LUNCH: 12:00-1:00
           examination that may lead to appropriate diagnostic classification
                                                                                            1:00-3:00: OMPT Techniques for the CTCCC
           in this population
          Appreciate the use of diagnostic classification in guiding clinical              3:00-5:00: Introduction to CTCCC High Velocity Thrust
           decisions regarding individuals with neck pain                                   Techniques
          Develop a comprehensive plan of intervention that integrates            * Breakfast and Lunch Included.
           manual physical therapy with other modes of treatment
          Develop a basic level of proficiency in a variety of manual             * Regal Heights is approved provider for continuing education
           interventions ranging from non-thrust to high velocity low                for New York State Dept. of education, PT* 16 CEU’s
           amplitude thrust procedures that may be immediately applied to          Registration Fee:
           selected patients
                                                                                                       Single Registrant: $269.00
                                                                                                       Three or more: $229.00
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:                                                                 Please mail this form with your check to:
                                                                                   Regal Heights Rehabilitation and Health Care Center
               Christopher H. Wise, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, MTC,
                                                                                   70-05 35th Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
               ATC graduated from Arcadia University. Chris is a certified
               athletic trainer (ATC), certified manual therapist (MTC), has       C\O Rehabilitation Department
               received his board certification as a clinical specialist in
               orthopedics (OCS), and is a fellow of the American Academy          Any Question please Contact 718-662-5100 ext 3072 or 3019
of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT).
                                                                                   REGISTRATION FORM:
Chris is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Institute for Physical Therapy
Education at Widener University. Chris also continues to work clinically in        Name: ____________________________________________
several outpatient clinics where he is involved in providing orthopedic manual
physical therapy intervention for a variety of patient populations and
consultation with colleagues. He is owner and President of WiseFeet, P.C., a       Profession: ________________________________________
custom functional foot orthotic prescription service.
                                                                                   Address: __________________________________________
Chris’ clinical and research interests lie in the areas of orthopedic manual
physical therapy (OMPT) of the spine and lower extremity biomechanics.             City: ___________________ State: __________Zip: _______
Chris has presented the results of his research on cadaveric analysis of the
deep external rotators of the hip, a systematic review on the efficacy and         Phone: ____________________________________________
safety of using Grade V High Velocity Thrust techniques for cervical spine-
related dysfunction, as well as several case studies that examine the results of
manual intervention on back pain patients. He has most recently presented a        Email: ____________________________________________
pilot study on the development of a new classification system for cervical         If a Continuing Education Seminar is cancelled, a complete refund is made
spine dysfunction and has published an article on classification of shoulder
impairment syndromes in patients that have undergone intervention for breast       automatically. If registrants withdraw from the seminar with a fourteen days
cancer. Chris has been involved in teaching continuing education courses on
manual therapy of the spine for over ten years. Chris has recently published,      notice a refund of eighty percent will be issue. If registrants withdraw with a
“Mobilization Notes: A Rehabilitation Specialists Pocket Guide” (F.A.
Davis) and is nearing completion of a second textbook entitled, “Orthopedic        24 hours notice a refund of fifty percent will be issue. No refunds are issued
Manual Physical Therapy: From Art to Evidence” (F.A. Davis). He enjoys
spending time with his daughters and participating in various sport endeavors.     for withdraw notice of less than 24 hours

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