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Middle District May 2021 Meeting
Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM CDT
Category: District Meeting

 

 

Middle District Meeting 

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

7:00-8:00 P.M. Central Time

Virtual Meeting via GoToMeeting and Aspire OT.

This webinar is being offered as part of our partnership with Aspire OT.

Topic: Evidence-Based Management of Lateral Elbow Tendinopathy

Presenters: Lisa Perrone, OTR/L, CHT, CKTP and Mary Barnes, MOT, CHT

About this course: 

Lateral elbow pain is a very common problem that presents to our clinics in great numbers. Many of these cases have been present for long periods of time, some have gone to other therapies without success, and some involve time off work costing companies and individuals thousands. Although there is a tremendous amount of research available on this topic, there is no consensus on how to manage it. This talk will present a summary of current literature on lateral elbow pain, assessment, and treatment. Discussion and demonstration will be performed on treatment techniques. Assessment forms will be provided to assist with management of these patients. Individuals will leave with ideas on how to manage these patients the next clinic day.

 

Course Objectives:

  1.  Participants will examine evidence on lateral elbow tendinopathy and identify ways it can be used in their practice.
  2. Participants will interpret assessment tools on lateral elbow tendinopathy.
  3. Participants will select appropriate treatment tools based on results of the assessment.
  4. Participants will recognize when the patient presentation requires further assessment outside of lateral elbow tendinopathy and how to manage the challenges associated with that.

About the Presenters:

Lisa has over 30 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist and over 25 years as a Certified Hand Therapist. She graduated from Northeast Louisiana University. Lisa is Certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment and is a Certified KinesioTape Practitioner from Kinesio University. She has worked at a Level I Trauma Center for the past 14 years where she treats patients with a variety of UE trauma as well as repetitive motion injuries. Lisa has spoken at ASHT conference, ASHT sponsored courses, Vanderbilt sponsored courses, and various other courses at the local and national level. Lisa has been the student coordinator at Vanderbilt Hand Therapy for the past 8 years and has supervised many students through the years. She is a member of the ASHT Education Division and serves on the student offerings and traveling courses committees. Lisa is a member of ASHT, AOTA and TNOTA. She enjoys fabricating orthotics, doing wound-care and networking with other therapists. She believes that the key to achieving excellent patient outcomes is addressing the patient’s psychosocial as well as physical needs.

Mary has over 30 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. She has been a Certified Hand Therapist and a member of the American Society of Hand Therapist for over 20 years. She served on the Legislative and Reimbursement Committee and the Education Division of ASHT and many volunteer roles for TNOTA and AOTA.

Mary has taught hand therapy and orthotics courses for ASHT, TNOTA, and Cross Country Education. She is the former Chair of the Tennessee Board of Occupational and Physical Therapy Examiners. Mary has been the recipient of multiple awards including "Award of Excellence", "Therapist of the Year", and "Pioneer Award" from TNOTA. She was nominated for the Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer of the Year Award.

Mary earned her Bachelor of Science degree in education from Tennessee Technological University and her Masters of Occupational Therapy degree from Texas Woman's University.

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CEU Opportunity: 1 CEU certificate = FREE for TNOTA members, $20 for non-members