Discovering Abilities, Sharing Hope

We are excited to host our first annual DASH event. This lower limb prosthetic event to provide the healthcare team, providers, and patients an opportunity to collaborate through education and mobility clinics. The day will begin with a continuing education lecture, led by world-renowned prosthetist, Kevin Carroll, and will transition into an afternoon full of activities and training for people with limb loss and limb difference.

Successful Rehabilitation of the Lower Limb Amputee (3.0 CE) 

Course Description: This presentation is a must for healthcare and rehabilitation professionals who work with or care for prosthetic patients. The 3-hour lecture includes hands-on demonstrations with patient models and provides an opportunity for therapists to work with the latest prosthetic technology including microprocessor prosthetics and CAD CAM imaging. Other topics will cover Medicare guidelines, socket fit and assessment, patient evaluation techniques and other current prosthetic issues and concerns.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this program, learners will be able to: 1) understand how to practice appropriate prosthetic management of bilateral transfemoral amputees and management of congenital limb deficiencies; 2) identify appropriate socket fit and assessment techniques that will have the greatest benefit for the prosthetic patient; 3) evaluate common prosthetic gait anomalies; 4) identify their own patient's ability or potential for ambulation with variable cadence; 5) compare and contrast post treatment assessments and therapies experienced by the amputee; 6) explain treatment goals based on testimony of the course speaker.
 
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Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019 
We are partnering with the Houston Fire Department for a holiday toy drive. We encourage you to participate by bringing an unwrapped toy to the event. 
 
    Programming: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
        Lower Limb Prosthetics featuring Kevin Carroll, MS, CP, FAAOP/D
        Mobility Clinic featuring clinical experts and product demos
 
Location: Rice University Campus - Tudor Fieldhouse, Trauber Suites 2nd Floor
                6100 Main St.
                Houston, TX 77005
 
 
Professionals 
Check-in & Breakfast at Trauber Suites, 2nd Floor: 7:45 - 8:30 am
CEU Education: 8:30 - 11:30 am
Mobility Clinic Kick-Off & Lunch: 12:00 pm
 
Patients
Check-in at Track: 10:30 - 11:30am
Mobility Clinic Kick-Off & Lunch: 11:30 am
 
 
Parking Map: Lot 6 behind Tudor Field House
(If full go to West Lot 4 for $5 parking)
 
Standard Registration: FREE
           Professionals: Breakfast will be provided.
           Patients: Lunch will be provided. 

Continuing Education Requirements and Credits

All attendees are required to sign in and out at the beginning and end of the course. Throughout the presentation, learning outcomes will be assessed through instructor interaction and attendee participation. Participation and verbal responses to Q&A are required, unless a written assessment is required by an applicable approving State Board or Organization. Licensees attending need to receive a certificate of course completion and course syllabus. Up to 3.0 Contact hours available for PT/PTA; OT/OTA; RN and CM. For more information on Hanger Clinic's accreditation status, please visit us at www.HangerClinic.com/CE.
 
Special Requests
Hanger Clinic Strives to make our learning environments fully accessible and want to provide our guests with an opportunity to identify special needs in advance of the course. 
 
Questions
Please contact Julie Perry at JUperry@Hanger.com with any questions. 
 
Check out our other upcoming events here.