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Exploring Popular Questions About Evidence-Based Practice

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The goal of this course is to provide real-world application of the research in clinical practice by addressing common questions that rehabilitation professionals may have in a variety of areas.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Determine if someone would benefit from nonoperative management of an ACL tear.
  2. Select appropriate therapeutic interventions based on graft type after ACL reconstruction.
  3. Apply the current literature on arm care programs to a patient case.
  4. Analyze effectiveness of arm care exercises at reducing injury incidence in youth and high school baseball players.
  5. Determine if an athlete with a known spondylolisthesis should be prescribed a brace and, if so, for what period.
  6. Apply the current best rehabilitation approach for an athlete with extension-oriented lower back pain, applying a regional interdependence approach and appropriate core strengthening/control progression.

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