3Kings Upper Extremity Specialists

Register for the upcoming conference on January 24-25, 2020. It is half full and limited to 25 people. I realize the holidays are coming and maybe not the best time to spend money on continuing education. To help out, 3Kings UE Specialists is offering a 50% deposit to be paid to hold your spot and then the remainder to be paid no later than 7 days prior to the course date. I know many therapists may not receive continuing education benefits and would hate for anyone to miss a course they would benefit from.

Please contact me if you would like to do this option. Thank you to those of you that have registered, and you should have received your receipt. Following is the agenda (there has been one speaker modification on Friday due to unforeseen circumstances). Please pass along the information to anyone you think would be interested (the brochure is attached). This course is approved by HTCC for CHTs and 3Kings Upper Extremity specialists is also a provider for Alabama OTs.

Location: Mayo Clinic Primary Care (Gate Parkway)
12.6 contact hours
Cost: $315 if you have NOT attended a previous course,
$ 283.50 if you are attended a previous course OR host facility employee

Friday Evening (6-9:15pm)-January 24

5:30-6 Registration and light dinner provided
6-6:05 Welcome-Jen Dodson

6:05-6:35:Joint mobilization overview and joint mobilization to the shoulder girdle
6:35-7:35: Lab: Joint mobilization techniques to the shoulder girdle-Thomas Berger, DPT,CHT

7:35-8: Cervicothoracic contributions to UE pain-Tava Buck, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
8-8:45: Lab-Thoracic PA, UPA, transverse glide, movement with mobilization and thrusts
8:45-9:15pm: Cupping lecture and demonstration

Saturday (8-3:45pm)-January 25
7:30-8am: Registration
Ann Porretto-Loehrke, PT, DPT, CHT, COMT, CMTPT
8:00-9:00 : Lecture & lab: (20 min lecture; 40 minutes lab) TOS screen, followed by
instruction in 1st rib mobilization and scapular taping to unload the brachial plexus
9:00-10:00 : Lecture & lab: (lecture and lab combined) Ulnar nerve: cubital tunnel
syndrome and ulnar tunnel/Guyon’s canal: provocative tests, neural flossing and taping techniques
10:00-11:00: Lecture & lab: (lecture and lab combined) Radial nerve: radial tunnel and Wartenberg’s syndrome: provocative tests, joint mobilization to the proximal radioulnar joint (PRUJ), neural flossing and taping techniques
11:00-12:00: Lecture & lab: (lecture and lab combined) proximal median nerve entrapment and carpal tunnel syndrome: provocative tests and neural flossing

12-12:45: Lunch (on your own)

12:45-1:15: Soft tissue mobilization techniques for the painful shoulder and elbow-Chad Jasmine LMT, NMT
1:15-2pm: Lab-Soft tissue mobilization techniques
2-2:45: Managing persistent edema-Beverly Bass, OTD, MOT, OTR/L, CLT, CHT
2:45-3:30pm: Lab
3:30-4: Review and Closing