Nancy Krolikowski – Innovative Treatments for Tendinopathy and Nerve Compression: Stop the Pain Before It Leads to Surgery — and Keep It from Coming Back!
Courses Content :
- Nancy Krolikowski is a professor.
6 hours in length
Audio and video formats are available.
Copyright: December 6, 2019
You work hard to keep your upper extremity patients from having unneeded procedures, but it might feel like an uphill struggle at times.
Localizing the issue can be difficult, and without a clear target, you may be inclined to rely on typical treatment techniques. However, unless you have a textbook case, this can swiftly aggravate the pain and inflammation, leaving your patients disillusioned, afflicted by activities that give them purpose, and resigned to surgical choices.
It doesn’t have to be tough to get your patients back on track.
Watch your colleagues in this hands-on recording to discover a tried-and-true framework that has helped numerous patients restore lost function and relive life without pain, from athletes with tendinitis to nurses with carpal tunnel syndrome.
Rapidly identify the source of impairment using a complete assessment that incorporates the finest assessments currently available. Innovative treatments that you can apply right away to expedite development will revolutionize your therapeutic toolkit. And create sophisticated treatment plans for a wide range of common upper extremity conditions, smoothly integrating approaches for best results.
Purchase today to become your facility’s go-to resource for addressing difficult upper extremity injuries, and enjoy the satisfaction of restoring your patients to the activities they like.
Innovative Tendinopathy and Nerve Compression Treatments Manual (7.5 MB)
Outline 158 Pages Available After Purchase
Upper Extremity Rehab Hot Topics and Innovations
Make cutting-edge research and therapies available to your patients.
Improve Your Assessment and Clinical Reasoning Skills in a Hands-On Lab
Get to the bottom of problems faster with the finest assessments for:
Sensation of burning
Fingers locking and snapping
Hands-On Lab: Transform Your Rehab Toolbox
Practice useful strategies that you may use right now to: alleviate pain and paresthesia
Edema should be reduced.
Enhance tissue extensibility
Muscles may be strengthened and condition without creating inflammation.
Change jobs and workstations to avoid recurrence.
Improve your self-management abilities.
How to Effectively Combine Techniques for Better Results
Myofascial release therapy
Mobilization in collaboration
Thermal modes of operation
Modifications to the workstation and equipment
Patient education is essential.
Techniques for Self-Care
Approaches are being strengthened.
Hands-on Lab: Create Advanced, Innovative Care Plans for Your Patients
Develop comprehensive treatment options for common disabilities, such as:
De Quervain’s syndrome tendonitis
The trigger finger
The carpal tunnel syndrome
Cubital tunnel syndrome
Syndrome of the pronator
Syndrome of intersection
Myofascial pain syndrome
Sprain/strain of the PIP joint
Case Studies: Apply Your Learning
Case study 1: Select the underlying source of the disability correctly.
Case Study 2: Develop an effective treatment strategy for a difficult hand injury.
Case study 3: Create an advanced care plan for a patient suffering from severe carpal tunnel syndrome.
Overcome hurdles to successful plan implementation in Case Study 5
Don’t squander your money!
Updates to upper extremity coding and billing
Justify therapy with appropriate progress measurements.
With these strategies, you may avoid rejections and audits.
OTD, OTR/L, CHT Nancy Krolikowski Seminars and items related to: 1
Nancy Krolikowski, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, is a hand therapy expert with over 40 years of experience helping patients regain lost function and return to the activities they enjoy. She has had two hand therapy offices and led the hand therapy section at a prominent national upper extremity trauma hospital throughout the years.
Dr. Krolikowski travels globally to deliver hand and upper extremity management courses and is noted for her engaging teaching style. She is a PhD degree graduate of South University West Palm Beach, and she continues her clinical work at Sentara Health Care while also serving as program director for the OTA program at her alma mater’s Virginia Beach site.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Nancy Krolikowski is the director of South University’s occupational therapy assistant program. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Nancy Krolikowski does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.