Education Resources Inc offers a course exploring Amputee Rehabilitation: From Pre-op to Sport Using Evidence Based Care, during September and November 2015.

The course will be held September 12-13 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and November 6-7 in Washington, DC.

According to a news release issued by Education Resources Inc, the weekend course will cover multiple levels of limb loss due to diabetic, dysvascular, trauma, cancer, and sepsis, and is intended to enable attendees to tailor each patient’s treatment for the most effective outcomes.

Via a multidisciplinary team perspective, the course will also discuss complications and common risk factors that an amputee caseload can present; will provide detailed analysis of complex cases; and will highlight new technology, surgical options, and future directions to address current problems, the release continues.

Course instructor Inger Brueckner, PT, works with patients who have experienced limb loss and speaks at several local, national, and international medical conferences concerning amputee rehabilitation. The release adds that she has co-authored an article on pre-prosthetic training for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America and is currently one of the primary investigators in a randomized clinical trial for transtibial amputations.

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[Source(s): Education Resources Inc, PRWeb]