Come for a Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services retreat experience. Open to PTs, PTAs, OTs, and COTAs. Space is limited so secure your seat with a deposit. A wait list will be established as needed and be used to fill cancellations on a first come, first serve basis and/or dictate the need for a second course to be offered early this fall before PT continuing competency is due. Course will include breakfast, lunch and snacks. If you have food allergies, please let Shallyn know when registering. This course will be very hands on, so please dress comfortably for manual techniques and balance activities inside and out (weather dependent). See the course flyer link below for more details.
Live Course Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be submitted with written notice and received 14 days prior to the course date. Refunds and transfers minus the deposit fee of $75.00 are provided until 14 days prior to the course date. No refunds will be issued if notice is received after 14 days prior to the course date. A full course tuition refund will be issued if Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC cancels the course. Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC reserves the right to change a course date, location or instructor. No refund will be issued if course is in progress and is interrupted by an Act of War or God or issue beyond our control. Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC will not be responsible for any participant expenses other than a course tuition refund for course cancellations.
To Register: All payments due by 14 days prior to course date.
Cash: in person*. Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC, 14950 Wellwood Dr. Elbert CO 80106
Check: in person* or mailed. Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC, 14950 Wellwood Dr. Elbert CO 80106. If mailing, please ensure your check will arrive by 14 days prior to course date to secure your spot.
Card: over the phone or in person*. Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services, LLC, 14950 Wellwood Dr. Elbert CO 80106. 719 433 3057.
* In person payments must be prearranged for availability.
Looking forward to another fun and educational retreat at Shallyn's next month!
Summer is officially underway today and Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services is in full continuing education provision mode for fellow Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapist Assistants. We recently enjoyed providing hands on education surrounding the shoulder girdle to therapists working within the prison system. We touched on cervical assessment that presents as shoulder impairment, shoulder joint assessment and manual/exercise treatment, upper rib assessment and thoracic assessment. We enjoyed a round robbin discussion of various upper extremity symptom cases. Thank you Federal Bureau of Prisons, Aurora for having us!
Stay tuned for details of Shallyn's next continuing education course on Functional Balance coming in July 2018.
Elbows can be a nuisance to calm down once aggravated. The key to identifying the cause of your achy elbow is to keenly assess the areas around your elbow -- what is your shoulder stability like? What is your wrist mobility like? How are the nerves firing from your neck into your arm? Once keying in on your contributors to your achy elbow, then we need to take a serious look at the mechanics you erroneously place on your elbow throughout your day. Where does your thumb face when lifting your arm toward your head or overhead? What is your sequence of muscle recruitment and thus does it add stress or decrease stress into your elbow? What is your muscle and nerve pliability in that arm? As I like to say, the elbow (and knee) are like a middle child, directly impacted by what's above and below. Without direct trauma to the elbow itself, you can be pretty sure your achy elbow is coming from a shoulder and/or wrist imbalance or cervical condition that is yet to be identified.
Contact Shallyn at Shallyn's Physical Therapy and Wellness Services to find out more about the cause and cure to your achy elbow symptoms.