Florida Physical Therapy Live Courses: Sept. 20th to 26th

Florida Physical Therapy Live Courses: Sept. 20th to 26th

We have another batch of live courses to help you meet the Florida physical therapy continuing education requirements. HomeCEUConnection.com is, hands-down, the best place to find all the Florida Physical Therapy continuing education text courses, pre-recorded video and live courses you need to renew your license in plenty of time. We make it so easy to finish up your Florida physical therapy continuing education requirements, you'll feel silly for getting your CEs anywhere else. Here's what's on tap for the last half of September:

I've Fallen, Now What? Helping Educate Your Patient Following A Fall

Presented by: Shari Kalkstein, PTA, NSCA/CSCS, ACSM/HFI, ACE/CPT Contact Hours: 2
Sunday Sept. 20th 11am - 1pmET

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: An Overview of Signs, Symptoms, Assessment & Management

Presented by: Suzanne J. Greenwalt, PT, MS, GCS Contact Hours: 3
Sunday Sept. 20th 3 - 6pmET

Corrective Exercise: Optimize the Nervous System for Complete Functional Restoration

Presented by: Arianne Missimer, PhD, DPT, RD, RKC, CSCS Contact Hours: 3
Tuesday Sept. 22nd 3 - 6pmET

Introduction to Static Splinting

Presented by: Susan Mitchell, MS, OTR/L, CHT Contact Hours: 4
Sunday Sept. 27th 1 - 5pmET

Geriatric Health and Quality of Life - Assessments and Indicators

Presented by: Joy Siegel, EdD Contact Hours: 3
Saturday Sept. 26th 11am - 2pmET

-Florida PT and PTAs are required to complete 24 total hours of continuing education by November 30th of odd numbered years. -A minimum of 12 hours of live/interactive continuing education are required -A maximum of 12 hours of non-live home study courses are allowed -2 hours of Prevention of Medical Errors is required. -1 hour of HIV AIDS is needed for the 1st renewal only. Florida Laws & Rules is required for license reactivation only. *Information provided about continuing education requirements is accurate to the best of our knowledge. If you have concerns or questions, contact your board directly.
This article was written by Amy-Lynn Corey

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