Class is Back in Session: New Webinars for 2022

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Class is Back in Session: New Webinars for 2022

A new year is approaching, bringing with it new opportunities to earn free CE credits*. Start 2022 off right by enrolling in any of our upcoming webinars, where you can hear from industry experts on a variety of topics within workers’ compensation.

Our upcoming webinar schedule includes:

Class is Back in Session: New Webinars for 2022Shoulder and Knee Conditions Plus Rehabilitation Concepts

January 19 | 1 p.m. EDT – CLICK TO REGISTER
Presented by: Michelle Despres, PT, CEAS II, REAS, CETS

When examining work-related musculoskeletal injuries, claims involving shoulders and knees rank among the most common and costly. Such injuries affect many within the workforce, including aging workers and individuals with physically demanding jobs. As a result, these injuries deserve more efficient and effective management strategies.

This course will review the functional anatomy of the shoulder and knee, as well as discuss common conditions and injuries that can be treated by following physical therapy clinical guidelines. We will also examine the impact early engagement has on claim costs, treatment duration, and return-to-work outcomes.

 

Class is Back in Session: New Webinars for 2022EMG and NCS in Workers’ Compensation

February 16 | 1 p.m. EDT – CLICK TO REGISTER
Presented by: Hayley Tidwell, BSN, RN, CCM

Electrodiagnostic tests such as electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies (NCS) are effective tools for locating and evaluating damage to an injured worker’s muscles and nerves; however, these tests can sometimes be inconsistent or misinterpreted.  

During this course, we will review both tests, taking into consideration the benefits and pitfalls. Participants will have the opportunity to review several case studies to determine their medical efficacy and enhancement of the claims management process.

 

Class is Back in Session: New Webinars for 2022Temporomandibular Joint: How It Works, How It Gets Injured, How It Gets Fixed

March 16 | 1 p.m. EDT – CLICK TO REGISTER
Presented by: Leigh Kuhns, CRDH

Temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly referred to as TMJ, is one of the most complex and costly dental-related workers’ compensation claims. Whether due to a workplace accident or post-traumatic stress, injuries to this small joint within the jaw can impact other muscles, including the back, neck, and shoulders.

Join us as we define the function of the temporomandibular joint, identify common workplace injuries, and discuss how to recognize symptoms of TMJ disorder. This course will also examine treatment options and claim management techniques based on diagnosis, insurance coding, and surgical indicators.

One Call webinars are coordinated by One Call University.

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