[Success Starts Early 105] Virtual Prosthetic Rehabilitation Lab

Date and Time

August 11, 2020
12–1 p.m. CT


Virtual Event

This course is a part of the Success Starts Early mini-series developed by physical therapists for allied health care professionals providing care for lower limb loss patients around the country. 

This session will bring the series to life with virtual, hands-on, patient-centered activities designed to help you practice assessment techniques, communication, and best practices that help lead to patient success.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Employ exercise techniques to challenge and improve a patient’s balance and movement strategies
  • Analyze real-world patient assessments, and provide feedback to instructors throughout

The Course Series

This course is part of the Success Starts Early series.

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