Continuing Education Courses for Healthcare Providers
We provide continuing education courses on a variety of topics primarily focused on orthopedics, sports medicine and functional exercises. Our CEU courses are designed to help healthcare providers advance their knowledge of sports therapy, the human movement system, SFMA techniques, and building comprehensive exercise and treatment plans for their patients.
NASMI offers continuing education courses for a wide range of healthcare professionals including physical therapists, PT assistants, Occupational Therapists, OT Assistants, Chiropractors, and Certified Athletic Trainers but are not limited to these professions. Our rehab training courses are designed for healthcare providers and clinicians to apply techniques, knowledge, and treatment plans immediately in their practices and clinics
Current CEU Rehab Courses
Our continuing education courses give clinicians information on a variety of topics that can be put into practice on Monday. We do this through hands on lab sessions, clear and concise slides and comprehensive course manuals that are excellent reference tools after the course. The foundation of all of our CEU courses begins with solid research and sound evidence.
Managing the Runner Rehab Course
This injury prevention rehab course is designed to enhance clinician’s knowledge of running related injuries and care of running athletes to get your patients back up to speed. The goal of this running rehab course is to promote cause and effect thinking about the underlying cause of running related injury and potential influences of the injury both locally and regionally. Our running rehab course presents the newest findings on form, cadence and exercise to help keep your runners on the road.
SFMA – Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification Course
This course gives clinicians an answer to the question of how to become more efficient and effective in their clinic. With changes in health care and a growing demand to increase productivity without sacrificing patient care, the SFMA continuing education course provides a systematic evaluation approach to identity the root causes of patients dysfunctions.
Rehab Across the Lifespan Sport Medicine Training
The information in this sports medicine course applies to patients of all age ranges. Assessment and treatment strategies are presented on selected pathologies for the upper and lower quarter. The main focus of the orthopedic sports medicine seminar will be on shoulder, hip and knee and common injuries, but the elbow, wrist and hand as well as the ankle and foot will not be left out of the discussion. Evidence based research will be used to support the information presented.
Foundations / Competencies in Sports PT
This sports therapy course is geared towards clinicians that work with athletes of all ages and all ability levels. Upon successful completions of our emergency response sports therapy course you will become Red Cross certified as an Emergency Medical Responder. You will also learn about nutrition for athletes, specifics information about female athletes, basic taping for common conditions, and more. You will have the confidence to be part of the medical staff at your local high school and be on the field on Friday nights.
Scrape, Tape, and Move Course
This course is an 8.5 hour training course that focuses on maximizing and restoring the human movement system. Using techniques including SFMA and IASTM to identify dysfunction and help restore and reinforce mobility. The Scrape, Tape, and Move Course also helps participants create an exercise progression to advance functional movement using neurodevelopmental theories.
Foundation to Function CEU Course
This manual therapy and corrective exercise course focuses on identifying impairments, restoring, and maximizing the human movement system using a hands-on scientific and practical approach. Participants will advance their knowledge of SFMA techniques as well as design a comprehensive movement based treatment plan for patients.