McGinty Continuing Education Seminar

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Sacramento Community members, Sac State Alumni, and Clinical Instructors are invited to join us on April 14, 2018 for the Sacramento State Department of Physical Therapy's second annual McGinty Continuing Education Seminar featuring course presenters Christopher DaPrato, DPT, SCS, CSCS, and Bryan Coleman-Salgado, PT, DPT, MS, CWS. Dr. DaPrato’s interactive course (Session I) will teach clinicians how to improve efficiency of motion with negative pressure tools via fascial mobility and neuromuscular re-education. Dr. Coleman-Salgado's course (Session II) will present an overview of the laws governing the practice of physical therapy in California, common violations of the practice act, and the enforcement procedures used by the Physical Therapy Board of California.

The seminar will be held at California State University, Sacramento, in Folsom Hall, Room 1050 on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Please note that Folsom Hall is located at 7667 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95826 - we are NOT on the main Sac State Campus.

About the Instructors and Courses


Session I (0.30 CEUs)

Dr. Christopher DaPrato, DPT, SCS, CSCS

Dr. DaPrato is an AssChristopher DaPratoistant Faculty with UCSF at the School of Medicine Mission Bay Campus teaching and researching in the areas of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise for special populations.  He is also a Team PT for the sports medicine department at Cal Berkeley, the SF Deltas Professional Soccer Team, and treats all spectrums of sports and orthopedics.  Prior to his current positions he was a Team PT for the University of CA Golden Bears Athletics Department, and a previous Clinic Director in the Denver area.  His approach to patient care also encompasses advanced level strength and conditioning, and is a CSCS through the NSCA, and a Performance Enhancement Specialist from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He is a strong proponent and educator for manual therapy in sports orthopedics, and has specialized in HVLATs, movement efficiency retraining, and functional manual therapy.

Myofascial Decompression Techniques and IASTM Review

The utilization of IASTM tools in manual therapy has become increasingly popular over the last 10 years, especially in the orthopedic and sports settings.  There has traditionally been a gap in the literature for the appropriate dosage, timing, and frequency for the proper application of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) for musculoskeletal lesions in the physical therapy and athletic training arenas.  This course will review the structural functions of connective tissue elements in various layers of tissues and pathologies, expose the listener to the large variety of IASTM tools, and propose general treatment strategies based on physiologic principles for common orthopedic and sports impairments. Participants will be able to evaluate their ability to intervene appropriately using IASTM tools by describing safety, competency, precautions, contraindications, and appropriate timing for  interventions.

The goal of this course will be to review the structural functions of connective tissue elements in various layers of tissues and pathologies, expose the listener to the large variety of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) tools that are now out in the market, and present and practice general treatment strategies for common orthopedic and sports impairments. Expected outcomes include the listeners feeling competent in intervening in musculoskeletal STM using IASTM with respect to precautions, contraindications, optimal healing timing of interventions, and safety in using the interventions.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Review the layers, subunits, and function of the connective tissue system.
  2. Summarize the role collagen cross bonding may or may not play in affecting movement patterns, and the gap in science on stretching and length-tension curves.
  3. Define the terms tensegrity, thixotropy, as they relate to creep and hysteresis tissue texture abnormalities and movement.
  4. Distinguish differences in manual therapy approaches utilizing various IASTM tools, including negative pressure, and the differences in movement driven STM
  5. Describe common IASTM interventions which improve mobility of the CT system, as it relates to neuromuscular re-education and movement.

Session II (0.20 CEUs)

Dr. Bryan Coleman-Salgado, PT, DPT, WCS

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Dr. Coleman-Salgado, PT, DPT, WCS has been a licensed PT in California for 25 years and is a Board Certified Wound Specialist. He has worked full time in academics for the past 14 years, and has served as an expert consultant to the Physical Therapy Board of California (PTBC) for 12 years, including as the in-house expert for the last three summers. Dr. Coleman-Salgado has reviewed and written reports for more than 30 cases with the PTBC, working with the Deputy Attorneys General, and the Department of Consumer Affairs' Division of Investigations. He has consulted with private law firms for both plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving physical therapists and other healthcare practitioners, completed depositions, and testified at trial. 

California Law and Ethics in Physical Therapy

**Approved for California Continuing Competency Subject Matter Requirements per 1399.93(a)**

This course will present an overview of the laws governing the practice of physical therapy in California, common violations of the practice act, and the enforcement procedures used by the Physical Therapy Board of California. Case scenarios will be used to illustrate interpretations of laws and regulations.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the purpose, functioning, and enforcement procedures of the PTBC.
  2. Describe the most recent changes in laws and regulations for PTs and PTAs.
  3. List the most common categories of violations of the PT practice act in California.
  4. Know the possible outcomes of complaints filed with the PTBC.
  5. Articulate the Standard of Practice and understand different levels of departure.
  6. Assess the evidence in case samples in light of the laws and regulations in California.
  7. Understand how ethical considerations pertain to standards of PT practice.

Agenda

8:30am - 9:00am

Registration and Sign-in for Session I

9:00am - 12:00pm

Christopher DaPrato, Session I: Myofascial Decompression Techniques

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Lunch Break

12:30pm - 1:00pm

Registration and Sign-in for Session II

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Bryan Coleman-Salgado, Session I: California Law and Ethics in Physical Therapy



Registration Information

Registration fees are non-refundable and must be included with the registration form.

Sacramento State Alumni/CIs - Free
Graduates of the Sac State Physical Therapy Program and Clinical Instructors may attend for free (pre-registration strongly suggested). For alumni attending the conference, please consider joining us at our alumni reunion dinner that night, too!

Non - Sacramento State Pre-Registration - $25.00/course
For those who register before March 29, 2018.   

Non - Sacramento State Late Registration/Walk-ins - $35.00/course
For those who register after March 29, or walk-in on the day of the conference. Walk-in registration will begin at 8:30am on April 14th, for those who are not already registered.


 

Please download and return the registration form with a check or money order made payable to University Foundation at Sacramento State to:

Sacramento State
Department of Physical Therapy
ATTN: Heather Crummett
6000 J Street, MS 6020
Sacramento, CA 95819

 

Alternatively, registration forms can also be emailed to Heather at crummetth@csus.edu.

 

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