Strength Exercise for Aging Adults – CEU course for PTs, OT’s and Assistants


Education Resources - Strength Exercise for Aging Adulta

A great CEU course from dynamic instructor: Mark Richards

Whether you work in home health, outpatient, skilled nursing, a rehab center, or acute care, this course is designed to help you enhance your strength exercise treatments in a clinically realistic and practical way. Reimbursement and regulatory challenges make the provision of therapy more challenging than ever. How does one employ evidence-based treatment principles when there seems to be less and less time to treat patients? And, on top of that, deliver expected, superior clinical outcomes? Muscular weakness in aging adults is effectively treated when using the proper exercise protocols. 

Unfortunately, many therapists use strength exercise approaches that are not research-based, resulting in sub-par patient strength gains. This heavily evidence-based seminar will provide you with the information needed to deliver safe and highly effective optimal strength exercise to aging adults. The course is designed to enable you to immediately and efficiently incorporate the learned material into your treatments to help you get great treatment results! 

Please click here for more details, a brochure and for registration information

March 14, 2014 – Manchester, NH
April 11, 2014 – Newport News, VA
May 9, 2014 – Portland, OR
June 14, 2014 – New Brunswick, NJ 

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