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ART Live On-line Recertification Course



Return to this page on February 11, 2014 at 4pm Mountian time for further instructions on how to access the course, see you online.

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When?
The next Live On-line Recertification Course will be broadcast on February 11, 2014 from 4PM to 8PM MDT. This course is SOLD OUT.

What do I need?
All you need is a computer with speakers, and a high-speed internet connection.



We understand that, for some, making it to a seminar, in person may be challenging, so ART has developed a new on-line 4 hour course that will allow you to recertify without travel expenses. You must be full body certified.

ART has acquired new mobile HD video cameras that are actually worn by the camera crew, allowing them to follow Dr. Leahy or the patient/athlete while care is provided or their event is being performed. With this new cutting edge technology we shall be able to provide Live interactive educational programs.

During the Live On-line Recertification Course Dr. Leahy will cover:
  1. New Protocols including:
    1. Anterior Deltoid/Infraspinatus
    2. Coraco-clavicular ligaments
    3. Superior Shoulder Capsule (seated, active motion)
    4. Tarsal ligaments for plantar fasciitis
    5. Carpal Ligaments
  2. Protocols that most providers could improve on:
    1. Articularis genu
    2. Hip Capsule
    3. Talar Ligaments
  3. Improving Technique:
    1. Hand positioning
    2. Tension before Compression:
      1. Avoiding skin pull
      2. Increasing palpation sensitivity
      3. Avoiding slide
    3. Contact Tension vs. Tissue Stretch
  4. Diagnosis:
    1. Examination Hierarchy
    2. Examination Methods
  5. Case Studies:
    1. Golf Biomechanics
    2. Running Cases
  6. Live Guest Participant Cases:
    1. Live case studies sent from ART providers
    2. Live protocol discussion with the on-line participants




Note: This method of recertification is only permitted Every Other Year. Nothing truly replaces an in-person recertification course