Management of small joint trauma
Small Joint Trauma: Just Sprained, Not broken
PIP Joint Functional Anatomy
PIP Joint - Key Landmarks
X-rays – Small Joint Trauma
Splinting Options – PIP joint (Part 1)
Splinting Options – PIP joint (Part 2) MCP Joint Functional Anatomy MCP Joint - Key Landmarks Splinting Options – MCP joint
At the end of this ‘hands-on’ one-day session, participants will:
-Understand the mechanism and patterns of injury associated with small joint trauma in the hand.
-Be aware of the concept of early protected mobilization following small joint traumatic injuries and how it applies to the progression of rehabilitation.
-Able to describe and evaluate common patterns of small joint traumatic hand injuries.
-Be more comfortable with viewing and interpreting x-rays of common hand joint injuries.
-Have had ample opportunity to work in small groups to design and fabricate several hand and finger based splints for common small joint traumatic injuries in the hand.
PhD, PT (Canada)
occupational therapist and physical therapists
295.- (Mitglied: 245.-)