Virtual Classroom

O&P clinical education, right where you are

Welcome to the Virtual Classroom, brought to you by the Hanger Institute.

This series of webinars offered by team members of the Hanger Institute provides foundational clinical information related to the treatment of patients needing orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) care. Registration is required, and credit is offered for select sessions.

O&P professionals, physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, and case managers who care for O&P patients are invited to join us for a collaborative learning experience that dives into the concepts and strategies related to the O&P patient population. Each course will include the opportunity to learn from clinical experts, guest speakers, and patients alike, and may feature breakout sessions, small group activities, and case reviews where appropriate.

Whether you join us for one or all of our courses, we look forward to seeing you soon in the Virtual Classroom. Pre-approved CE/CME credits will be offered for select courses only; please review each course listing for details. If you attend a course where credits do not apply, you are always welcome to submit for credit on your own.

Cranial Asymmetry Series Now Available for O&P and Allied Health Professionals!

Allied Health Professionals

Courses designed for PTs, OTs, nurses, and case managers who care for O&P patients.

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O&P Providers

Courses designed for orthotists, prosthetists, and other O&P care providers.

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Physicians

Courses designed for physiatrists, surgeons, and other providers that care for O&P patients.

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Past Courses

Check out our previously offered courses, verify course information and watch or re-watch recordings.

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April 22, 2021

Cranial Asymmetry: The Pathways to Care & Early Intervention

This one hour session is designed to deepen your understanding of deformational plagiocephaly and brachycephaly by providing guidance on taking cranial measurements, equipping you with assessment techniques, and highlighting appropriate patient care pathways for your pediatric patient population.

May 6, 2021

Craniosynostosis: The Principles of Correction

Through interactive case studies, the goal of this session is to provide an overview of the principles of correction, both surgical and orthotic, based on the various types of synostosis.

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