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2nd Annual Bubba Klostermann CEU Symposium
Saturday, September 26, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:45 PM CDT
Category: Great Plains West District

Great Plains West District presents the 2nd Annual Bubba Klostermann CEU Symposium

A 4 hour CEU virtual event covering 3 topics: a pediatric talk on video modeling (2 hours), a discussion and demonstration on hand-based splinting (1 hour), a discussion and demonstration on shoulder anatomy and special testing (1 hour). 

PRESENTERS: Beth Owens, OTR; Amy Gibbs, OTR; Misty Fine, OTR, CHT; Marsha Rutland, PT

DATE: September 26, 2020

TIME: 8:30 AM - 12:45 PM CST

LOCATION: Virtual Zoom Webinar (can be watched from any computer location with internet access; do not need to be physically present)


8:30 - 10:30    Video Modeling and Its Value to Practice

By the end of this presentation learners will be able to ...

  • Define video modeling
  • List an evidence based practice article supporting the use of video modeling and its value to practice
  • Describe 3 types of video modeling and how to utilize each type for different purposes
  • Discuss at least 3 ways clients can benefit from the use of video modeling in treatment
  • Practice using video modeling as an intervention tool for skill development
  • Create a video to model a specific skill

10:30 - 10:45  BREAK

10:45 - 11:45  Splinting Tips and Tricks to Use in the Clinic

By the end of this presentation learners will be able to ...

  • Learn 2 new tricks to making splinting fun and efficient
  • Watch an experienced CHT make 2 hand-based splints and have the opportunity to ask questions about the process
  • Describe 2 ways to make splinting more comfortable and have a high compliance to the wearing schedule designed by the therapist

11:45 - 12:45  Put Your Hand on My Shoulder: What Every Clinician Needs to Know about the Shoulder

By the end of the presentation learners will be able to ...

  • Describe the nerve, nerve roots, and muscles associated with the shoulder
  • Recite referral patterns for muscles and fascia of the shoulder
  • Teach the brachial plexus branches to another clinician
  • Perform 3 special tests for at least 3-4 shoulder injuries
  • Demonstrate 3-5 best exercises for shoulder instability and rotator cuff injuries


COST: Registration Required (only 100 seats available for this Webinar)

  • Non-Member: Membership plus the cost below
  • Practitioner Member: $50 
  • Student Member: $15 

Contact: Matt Wymore [email protected] or call 325-223-6418