Presenting clinicians the opportunity to revisit
anatomy structures through short joint prosection presentations of the
shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip/pelvis, knee, and ankle. Presentations will
be provided by Masters of Anatomy Students and Second Year CU DPT Students.
CU Marquette Challenge
Anatomy Joint Prosection Presentation Day
Continuing Competency Credit Category 2
8 am to noon, Saturday August 5th
Hosted on CU Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora,
Marquette Challenge is a competition that was developed by Marquette University
to raise funds for the Foundation for Physical Therapy. The Challenge is a
grassroots fundraising effort carried out by physical therapy and physical
therapist assistant students around the country. The Foundation for Physical
Therapy if a non-profit organization that was developed in 1979. They award
research grants to further the evidence-based practice of physical therapy in
the following areas: scientific research, clinical research, and health
services research. Registration fees and donations will be applied toward the
CU Physical Therapy Program student involvement in the Marquette Challenge.
70th Anniversary Celebration
Join CU Physical Therapy on September 7th as we commemorate 70 years of providing excellent physical therapy education, clinical care, research and scholarship. Our anniversary celebration will feature lectures, continuing education, opportunities and a celebratory reception. Click here for the educational day agenda. Registration is anticipated to open on June 21, 2017.
2017 Marquette Challenge Lecture
Friday & Saturday, September 8-9, 2017
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM - Registration
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Event
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Event
|University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus|
Education 1, Room 3400
13120 East 19th Avenue
Aurora, Colorado 80045
will describe the concepts and principles underlying movement system impairment
(MSI) syndromes. The kinesiopathologic model provides a framework for the role
of the movement system in causing impairment syndromes. Specific syndromes of
the cervical spine, scapula, and humerus will be discussed. The MSI exam used to
diagnose these syndromes and identify the contributing factors will be
described. The course includes both lecture and subject demonstrations of the
examination. The treatment programs for specific subjects will also be included
in the presentation. This course will describe the relationship between
shoulder alignment and movement patterns and the effect on the cervical spine.
The recent research and the best available evidence concerning movement system
syndromes will be presented.