Diagnosis and Management of the Thoracic Spine
This IAOM-US course is appropriate for ATs, OTs, PT’s and PTA’s. The IAOM-US teaches that the essential starting point for orthopedic care is accurate clinical diagnosis. IAOM courses and resources present effective musculoskeletal techniques established by leaders in the field. Scientific and clinical research provides the foundation for the entire program.
The region of the thoracic spine and ribs are not well understood in medical literature and in the clinical setting.
|5||Clinical Exam I|
|6||Pathoanatomy - Ribs|
|7||Cervicothoracic Junction: Pathoanatomy and Biomechanics|
|8||Cervicothoracic Junction: Neuroanatomy and Function Part 1|
|9||Cervicothoracic Junction: Neuroanatomy and Function Part 2|
|10||Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - Clinical Examination and Management Suggestions Part 1|
|11||Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - Clinical Examination and Management Suggestions Part 2|
|12||Differential Diagnosis and Management Suggestions for T4 Syndrome|
|13||Thoracic Spine Case Studies|