Exercise Strategies and Progression for Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

Jun 9 - Jun 10 @ All Day
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This seminar covers exercise strategies for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, commonly encountered in the outpatient orthopaedic clinic, affecting the spine and extremities. The exercise interventions and progressions proposed are grounded in current research while maintaining clinical applicability. Several classic methods in which patients are progressed and prescribed exercises will be challenged with contemporary models. Instruction includes lecture, video and lab demonstration of techniques along with case examples. This seminar contains a lab component where participants will be able to perform, instruct, critique and modify exercise techniques.


OrthoSport Hawaii Physical Therapy & Aquatic Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy Clinic
5722 Kalanianaole Hwy 
Honolulu, HI 96821

Eric Chaconas, PT, PhD, MTC, CSCS, FAAOMPT


Dr. Chaconas earned a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science from Towson University in 2002 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2005. He completed the Manual Therapy Certification program through the University in 2006, Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship in 2008 and earned his PhD from Nova Southeastern University in 2015. Currently Dr. Chaconas teaches full time in the entry level Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University and holds the position of Assistant Program Director. His research interests include the conservative management of musculoskeletal impairments with a special emphasis on tendinopathy and shoulder disorders.


University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
1-800-241-1027 x1400


University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
1-800-241-1027 x1400

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This course is an advertisement and is not sponsored by HAPTA. HAPTA does not guarantee that the course listed is approved for CCUs by the State of Hawaii. Please contact the course sponsor or check with the Board of PT at DCCA for verification by calling (808) 586-3000.

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