Location: Saginaw, MI
Course Cost: $300
CEUs: Attendees earn 8 contact hours/0.8 AOTA CEUs for this course
Instructor: Kristy Kriedler, OTR/L, CHT
Note: If your participant information (name, phone, address, email, employer) is not clear from your billing information or you are purchasing this course for another participant, please provide the participant’s details in the “Additional Information” box at checkout.
This one-day course will focus on orthotic management of specific conditions of the forearm, wrist and fingers including distal radial ulnar (DRUJ) instability, extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) instability, limited wrist ROM, and ligamentous tightness or laxity. The format of this course will include interactive discussions regarding appropriate anatomy, pathophysiology, orthotic application, and clinical reasoning in support of orthotic design. This course is geared toward intermediate level learners; however, participants of all levels are welcome and will be supported as needed. All materials required for fabrication are included in the cost and will be provided at the course. The host will provide lunch during a one-hour break provided at noon. Please reach out with any specific dietary needs or concerns.
By registering for this course all participants agree to adhere to all COVID-19 policies set forth by the host facility. Due to the fluid nature of the pandemic, these policies may change and will be communicated via the Right Hand Therapy website and via email communication prior to the course. Please refer to our Cancellation Policy for additional details.