Continuing Education & Professional Development for Healthcare Professionals
Beth Sarfaty, PT, MBA is a graduate from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy, and was awarded her MBA with a concentration in healthcare management from Regis University. Read more about Beth…
Physical Therapy Ethics VII: Making Sense of It All
Physical therapists and physical therapist’s assistants are required to make ethical decisions every day while treating patients. This course is designed to provide PTs and PTAs guidance in ethical decision making and provide resources to help guide through the decision-making process. This course will include facilitated discussion among participants. Discussions will center around ethics regarding how challenges present themselves in the realm of everyday practice in a variety of settings. Learning about different methods and principles in how to handle ethical cases will also be discussed and applied to a variety of case scenarios.
If you are interested in hosting an Ethics course at your location, email Beth Sarfaty for more information and available dates.
IASTM Home Instruction Course
What is IASTM?
IASTM uses a bevel edge instrument, which adds shearing stress to soft tissue to facilitate and enhance the body’s healing response. The ability to focus a technical force along a small contact surface to your patient’s target tissue, and do so with a relatively high level of comfort for both the patient and treating therapist is one of the best features of this technique.