A common complication that can slow down the rehabilitation process is edema. Edema can present in any patient type (young/old, ortho/neuro) and in any patient care setting acute - subacute - outpatient - sports). Although it is a very common occurrence, edema is not always well understood or treated effectively.
This intensive two day course is designed to teach clinicians to differentiate between various edema etiologies and design effective treatment programs based on those findings. Many topics will be covered, including anatomy and physiology of the arterial, venous, and lymphatic systems as well as methods for evaluating each of these systems.
Numerous treatment techniques will be covered, such as compression bandaging as well as a hands-on introduction to manual lymphatic drainage.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Identify venous and acute edema etiology based on characteristics
Differentiate between acute and venous edema management options and choose when they are appropriate
List characteristics and functions of bandaging materials and demonstrate proper application of various bandages
Perform a thorough edema assessment and develop a successful treatment plan
Edema-Differential Treatment and Diagnosis: Part 2 Recorded Webinar
Requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. Cancellations received at least 30 days prior to the seminar date are eligible for a refund minus a $50 administrative fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations less than 30 days before the course, your registration fee will instead be applied toward any future course. This credit does not expire and can also be applied to the Home Study Courses. Please copy this for your records.