Course Description & Objectives
This 2.5 hour online course for healthcare professionals will:
- Provide a detailed overview of the complex, multi-factorial nature of knee osteoarthritis.
- Provide a detailed overview of important risk factors, as well as their potential role in knee osteoarthritis initiation and progression.
- Provide healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools to integrate and apply evidence-based assessment tools and outcome measures to inform clinical diagnosis and treatment strategies.
- Provide a detailed overview of psychosocial factors, and their relation to prognosis, outcomes, etc.
- Provide clinically relevant tips and recommendations to improve therapeutic alliance, subjective history taking and objective examination.
- Provide healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools to integrate and apply evidence-based non-surgical management strategies for patients with knee osteoarthritis.
The Knee Osteoarthritis Assessment & Management Course Includes:
- 2.5 hours of educational content
- Lifetime access to the Knee Osteoarthritis & Management Course
- 150+ peer-reviewed articles referenced (full list of references available for download in Lesson 1)
- 300+ presentation slides (available for download in Lesson 1)
- Tons of evidence-based recommendations to help optimize your clinical assessment, treatment and plan of care.
- A Certificate of Completion upon completion of the course
Price: $100 CAD
WHO IS THIS ONLINE COURSE FOR?
This online course is relevant for physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants/physical rehabilitation therapists, athletic therapists, osteopaths, massage therapists and personal trainers, within the scope of their respective professions.
About The Instructor
Anthony Teoli graduated from McGill University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy, and currently works as a physiotherapist at CBI Concordia Sport Physio, a private physiotherapy clinic located in Laval, Quebec. He is also the founder & President of InfoPhysiotherapy.
Anthony also has a keen interest for knee osteoarthritis research and knowledge translation, having conducted two research studies examining the relationship between knee osteoarthritis and walking biomechanics. This research was presented at provincial, national and international conferences. His first peer-reviewed article was published in July 2016, along with two co-authors. In addition, Anthony is currently pursuing his PhD in Rehabilitation Science at McGill University. His research focus involves better understanding mechanisms of non-traumatic and post-traumatic knee osteoarthritis initiation and progress, clinical outcomes in patients post total knee arthroplasty, gait biomechanics and knowledge translation.