presented by Cuong Pho
Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Cuong Pho, PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CHT
Dr. Cuong Pho received an athletic trainer certification in 1996 while working with the athletic department at George Mason University, VA. He went on to receive a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 1999. Dr. Pho completed the Kaiser Permanente Southern California Orthopedics Residency Program in 2000 and the…Read full bio
1. Tests and Evaluations of the Hand and Wrist
In this chapter, participants will learn the fundamentals for selecting the appropriate tests and procedures for identifying pathologies of the wrist and hand. Dr. Pho will review physical impairments such as DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis and Intersection syndrome, common wrist pain due to tendinitis, and sprains, tears, and fractures that may occur during the phases of sport movement.
2. Treatment: Tendinitis of the Wrist and Hand
This return to sport chapter provides participants with guidelines for equipment and sports activity modifications for those experiencing wrist and hand pain and injury. Upon completion, participants will familiarize themselves with common post-operative protocols, and develop skills to implement manual therapy and therapeutic exercise procedures based on the stages of tendon healing.
3. Treatment: Sprains, Strains, and Fractures
Join Dr. Pho as he guides participants through a series of equipment and sports activity modifications for physical injuries to the digits and hand. Upon completion, participants will be able to implement manual therapy and therapeutic exercise procedures based on the stages of ligament and bone healing, as well as understand the fundamentals of common post-operative protocols.
4. Case Study
Join Dr. Pho as he walks through a case example discussing a patient with posterior shoulder pain.