Course Information

Course Information

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City: Ottawa (Orleans), ON  Dates: Sep 21 – 22, 2024
Type: Part C Course #: CA24C001
Instructor: Richard Rosedale
PT, Dip. MDT
Course Cost: $795.00
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CN Physiotherapy
7766 Jeanne D'Arc Blvd N
Orleans, ON K1C 2R5
Cosponsor: Mary Bishai
CN Physiotherapy

Schedule and Other Important Information (if applicable)

Eligibility: This course is open to clinicians with completion of only Part A or completion of both Parts A&B. MICanada eligibility policy applies.

Space for clinicians wishing to audit the course will require MICanada approval, as places on the advanced courses are initially reserved for clinicians trying to progress through the MDT educational program.

This course includes two in clinic days plus two online sessions. Please see the schedule below. The course times noted are in EASTERN TIME.

ONLINE Session 1: 18SEP (WED) 3.00pm – 7.45pm
CLINIC Session 2: 21SEP (SAT) 8.00am-5.30pm
CLINIC Session 3: 22SEP (SUN) 8.00am - 5.30pm
ONLINE Session 4: 26SEP (THU) 4.00pm-8.30pm

Course status: Pending Confirmation / Face masks requirements are at the discretion of the hosting clinic.

The course will assist clinicians expand their capabilities for the assessment, classification and management of patients with complaints of low back, related referred pain and functional limitations. Plus, the theory and practical application of MDT for lower extremity MSK disorders is presented. Lectures, patient assessments and practical sessions are utilised to demonstrate the characteristics and management of the syndromes and OTHER subgroups as they present in the lower extremity. Problem solving, reflective learning and clinical reasoning activities are utilised to ensure the participant has a broader knowledge of MDT in the biopsychosocial framework of the musculoskeletal experience. The participants will have the opportunity to discuss and extensively practice the MDT assessment, classification and management process through workshops, discussions, and patient demonstrations. Practical sessions are utilised to develop skills in the application of both self-treatment and clinician procedures.