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New Gymnastics Sports Medicine Certification

New Gymnastics Sports Medicine Certification

Announcing New Gymnastics Sports Medicine Certification – Practitioner (GSMC-P) through MedGym As the Summer Olympics 2024 in Paris is quickly approaching, Allied Health Education is proud to announce a series of ten Gymnastics Sports Medicine courses for those therapists interested in gaining knowledge regarding the sport of gymnastics. These courses will specifically pertain to rehabilitation […]

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Compliance Resources for Outpatient Therapists

Allied Health Education is pleased to partner with Risk and Compliance Analytics LLC in bringing Outpatient Therapy Clinics the tools to protect your business from liabilities and exposure by creating tailored risk assurance compliance programs. Introducing a new and exciting online resource for outpatient therapy practices. Designed just for you by industry experts. Compliance is […]

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Strength Training Guidelines for Pregnant Women

Written by: Catherine Cram, MS, Owner of Prenatal and Postpartum Fitness Consulting You may have heard people warn that pregnant women shouldn’t raise anything over their heads or lift objects that are heavier than ten pounds when pregnant. These warnings that still are being told to pregnant clients aren’t based on research findings.  In fact, […]

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X Rays & MRIs for Patients in Chronic Pain: Handling an Important Yet Challenging Subject with Patients

By: Jeb Helms, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS Imagine this all too common PT, OT, or AT patient scenario: You’re evaluating a patient with shoulder pain, and every shoulder motion, special test, or strength assessment reproduces pain not just at their shoulder but in other areas of the body. Additionally, your patient is convinced the arthritis […]

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What is Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)?

According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a condition in which extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint — giving the bones an irregular shape. Because they do not fit together perfectly, the bones rub against each other during movement. Over […]

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ACL injury prevention tips

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury affects as many as 250,000 individuals in the United States annually, resulting in an annual health care cost exceeding $2 billion. This injury typically occurs in the physically active population, and while the incidence of ACL injury is greater in males due to greater exposure to physical activity, the relative […]

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Stephanie O., PT
North Carolina

My second webinar completed through Allied Health. Both were excellent in terms of content and presentation!

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John S., PT

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Jennifer D., OTA

This is a great way to get CEU's!

Mary K., OT

Webinar was very professional and highly educational.

Morgan H., ATC

Very informative webinar. Practical information which can easily be practiced in the clinic

Lisa Y., PT

Great course. Will take more with your company!

Marissa D., PT
New York

This was my first webinar and the presentation and Q&A opportunities were excellent.

Elizabeth M., PTA

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