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Online Course - Continuing Education for Licensed Physical Therapists & Occupational Therapists
About the Course:
As more patients participate in oncology rehabilitation, it is important for physical therapists to understand the precautions, contraindications, and appropriate treatment methods for this population. This intermediate-level course will familiarize the physical therapist with the different forms of cancer, as well as the risk factors and rehabilitation protocols for the care of the oncology patient. The target audience for this education program is ...
The project required writing, editing, and research to update and add content to this continuing education course for physical therapists’ license renewals. Content length 5,000 words.
This blog article was written and published as part of the Autonomous content marketing plan. The article has been one of their most viewed posts in 2021.
You finally convinced your boss to get you an ergonomic chair for your workstation. It arrived two weeks ago and you’ve already noticed how much better you feel at the end of the day. The new chair allows you to focus on your work for longer periods and your back pain has started to improve. Your coworkers are noticing that you seem to be more engaged at work and your productivity is higher than it has been for the last several months. One of them asks what you are doing differently to get th...
We’ve all heard that standing while working is better than sitting in reducing our risk for certain medical conditions including obesity and cardiac disease. However, a common question that we receive is the difference in calories burned between the two positions. There are three factors that determine how many calories you burn in each position – body weight, duration of the activity, and intensity of the activity. This article will explain basics of calorie burning and which position burns ...
This was a blog post/article on the client's website, but paininfo.com is no longer active. This is the original 1700+ word article.
This project included editing, updating, and writing additional content for an allied health continuing education course. The course needed to meet the requirements for credentialing for license renewals. Content length 8,000 words.
I was hired to edit, update, and write additional content for this continuing education course. Part of the project was converting it to a course that meets the CE credentialing requirements for physical therapist license renewal. Content length 8,000 words.
About the Course
Content Length: 13,000 Words
Summarize the common terminology regarding the types of cancer, the means and the methods of diagnosing cancer as well as the information compiled that helps to determine the staging of cancer.
Discuss the effects, impairments and complications that can result from cancer treatments.
Classify the differentiation between non-specific chemotherapy agents and targeted chemotherapy agents, how each work as well as examples of each.
Describe the effects that ca...
This is a continuing education course written for physical and occupational therapists. They use this course to gain CEUs for their professional license renewals. This topic was the management of fractures with surgical fixation. Content Length 8,000 words.
Researched, wrote, and edited a text-based continuing education course for this client. The course was accepted on the first pass by the company editorial committee. It was also accepted by state boards of physical therapy and occupational therapy for license renewal.