This course is a part of the online program in the Transitional Physical Therapy Doctorate (t-DPT). The t-DPT is the post-professional degree for the licensed physical therapist. It is the goal of the online program to prepare graduates with evidence-based practice methods that will advance the profession of physical therapy.
This course and lab component will discuss the latest research in the field of manual therapy. The content will focus on an evidence-based examination of the work of leading researchers and its application to clinical practice. The content will also include spinal manual therapy techniques of the cervical/thoracic spine beyond the focus of traditional theories and principles. The course will present the most current and significant spinal rehab information, showing how to apply simple and inexpensive rehabilitation in the office.
TDP 7027E/L Manual Therapy of Cervical/Thoracic Spine is part of the course component within the following program:
Courses are taught 100% online to accommodate the working professional.