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Pumpkin flavored CEUs?

Don’t mind if we do!

Happy Fall, PTs and PTAs!

Here at PTWebucation.com we’ve been working on adding new state approvals for you! Our ID and PA offerings have been updated and as of October 1st, we’ll add some new courses to our IL list as well. And more to come!

Cozy up with some great courses, and for a limited time enter code “PTCEUS” at check out and receive 10% off!

We wish you all a colorful fall season!
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Happy Labor Day!

Today, we celebrate hard work and dedication to the job, PTs and PTAs!

Enjoy 10% off your PT CEU purchase of any course or bundle from PTWebucation.com by entering code “PTCEUS10” at check out!

Happy Labor Day to all!
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We are celebrating a ton of new course approvals in PA in our favorite way: a discount for YOU! PA PTs and PTAs can now enjoy unlimited access for a year to all PA approved courses (and any added within the year) for only $76.50! Our PA bundle is already conveniently priced at $85 but with the 10% discount code, “PTCEUS” you can now take all courses for only $76.50! Wow!

Please use this link to see the course list and purchase the bundle: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/pennsylvania-ceu-bundle/.

Don’t forget to enter code “PTCEUS” at check out for your 10% off!
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Good news PTs and PTAs! Our new career center is complete!

PT and PTA job postings are just $99 for 90 days! We target market to thousands of Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants throughout the country bringing traffic to our site. We reach thousands of physical therapists and physical therapy assistants each month. Post your available position here: http://www.ptwebucation.com/post-a-job/!

Looking for the perfect Physical Therapy job? PTWebucation.com’s FREE search is a great resource for physical therapists and physical therapy assistants seeking new jobs and employment opportunities. Search for PT jobs easily, just type in your desired location! Browse PT jobs! Apply for PT jobs! Get hired: http://www.ptwebucation.com/jobs/!
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Introducing PTWebucation.com’s newest edition to our course offerings: “Facilitating Normal Movement in Hemiplegia: An Introduction to Neurodevelopmental Technique (NDT).” This is a two-hour (.2 CEUs) course presented by: Kristen Wilson PT, DPT, GCS, NDT Trained.


This course will review the history and principles of Neurodevelopmental Technique (NDT) and explain how it applies to current treatment of patients with hemiplegia. A discussion of manual cues will precede a review of movement kinematics of the spine, pelvis, and scapula. Case studies will reinforce common movement dysfunctions of patients with hemiplegia.


After completing this course you will have a better understanding of the following:

1. The history and principles of Neurodevelopment Technique

2. How NDT applies to the treatment of patients with hemiplegia

3. Manual cues and their role in facilitating normal movement

4. Normal biomechanics of the spine, pelvis, and scapula

5. Dysfunctional movement patterns present in hemiplegia


This great course is only $29! To learn more or to take this course, please use this link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/ndt-1/.
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PTs and PTAs! Help! We are ordering new swag and need your vote on what you think would be the most appreciated/used give-away:

A. Stretch Bands
B. Bone Pens
C. Hot/Cold Packs
D. Grippers
E. Small Totes
F. Large Shoppers
G. Stress Balls

Please see picture for samples and vote, vote, vote!
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Big News for New Mexico!

Hear ye, hear ye! Let it be known that PTWebucation.com is now fully approved in New Mexico!

All of our amazing courses are now approved for PTs and PTAs in New Mexico! Cha cha on over to our New Mexico page here: http://www.ptwebucation.com/tag/new-mexico/and check out a list of our NM courses.

And if that wasn’t sweet enough, here’s a 10% off code to use on our unlimited course bundle, just enter code “PTCEUS10” at check out: http://www.ptwebucation.com/unlimited-courses/. Cha cha ching!!
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Meet PTWebucation.com Presenter Harold Rodner, MD.

He is the Presenter in the following popular PTWebucation.com courses:

“Diabetes: Implications for the Physical Therapist,”

“Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS): A Comprehensive Overview for Physical Therapists,”

“Hypertension and the Physical Therapist.”

Dr. Rodner is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit Michigan. He completed his Internship and Medical Residency at Sinai Hospital of Detroit. Dr. Rodner served as medical Officer in the U. S. Navy for two years. He has been in private practice since 1970.

From 1999 to 2007 Dr. Rodner served as the Medical Director of the Lakeland Rehab Center. Lakeland’s patient mix included traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, orthopedics and strokes. The close working relationship he has established with physical occupational and speech therapists has made him a strong advocate for these professionals.

Dr. Rodner’s past teaching experience includes residents and medical students. His past administrative positions include: Section Chief of Internal Medicine, Director of the Sinai Hospital Physician Hospital Organization, Medical Director of The Detroit Medical Center Ambulatory Services, Chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, and President of Oakland Internist.

Dr. Rodner is also board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics.
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PTWebucation.com would like to wish you and yours a very happy and safe 4th of July Holiday. We are celebrating with a 10% discount on all of our courses and bundles, just use code “JULY4PT” at check out.
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Meet PTWebucation.com Presenter Michael Wilson, PT, DPT, OCS.

Michael received his Masters of Science degree from Ithaca College in 2003 where he played inter-collegiate basketball. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Temple University in 2008. He was full-body certified with Active Release Technique in 2005 and obtained his Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification in 2009. Mike actively participates in a variety community outreach programs and professional development. He serves as adjunct faculty in Widener University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program in Chester, PA, regularly mentors physical therapy students, and conducts professional education in-services to therapists and fitness/performance professionals in the community.

Michael’s treatment philosophy incorporates holistic functional movement and neuromuscular training along with a broad spectrum of manual skills to provide the foundation for efficient and long lasting orthopaedic healing. He draws from the influences of functional movement specialists such as Gray Cook, Shirley Sahrmann, Pavel Kolar, and others to marry the concepts of rehabilitation and performance, allowing for a smooth transition back to the field or life. Michael has experience working with all outpatient demographics including the professional athlete, the aspiring athlete, the weekend warrior, the non-athlete, and the elderly.

In addition to patient care Michael is the acting Regional Director for the Chester County area clinics at Premier Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Associates, in addition to managing the West Chester branch.

Areas of professional interest: functional movement, sports performance, Crossfit, the biomechanics/implications of shod vs minimalist running, surgical rehabilitation, injuries to all levels of the spine (including pelvis and hip), manual therapy skills

Personal interests: activities with family/kids, basketball, golf, mountain biking, skiing, minimalist running (adventure races).

He is the Presenter in the two-hour (.2 CEUs) course titled, “Hamstring Strains: Current Practice Standards of Diagnosis and Treatment.”

Hamstring injuries are among the most common lower extremity injuries sustained during sport, accounting for approximately 30 percent. What seems to be a straightforward diagnosis in orthopedics has instead proven quite challenging for the profession and athletes alike. Despite extensive research, the physical therapy profession is still lacking consensus on considerations including best practice standards in treatment, prevention, and even risk factors associated with these injuries. There also is an extremely high incidence or re-injury. This presentation explores the current landscape of the hamstring world in an attempt to organize the information for practical and immediate application into clinical practice.

To read more or to take the course, please use this link: http://www.ptwebucation.com/courses/hamstring-strains/.
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