Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is a learning organization. We value and promote education to further individual professional development and maintain excellent, evidence-based clinical treatment. Our Continuing Education classes offer timely subject matter taught by leading instructors to help our own therapists and those outside our organization to achieve these goals.

Course Schedule

Upcoming continuing education classes are listed below.

  • Get more details on the class by clicking on the class name
  • Click on [Register] to download a registration form, unless otherwise indicated
  • TAI therapists should use the Intranet to register
  • Keep in mind that TAI therapists should get the approval of their director before signing up for a course

Forms are in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and will require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Software to read.

Current Courses (click course to expand)

Not your average Pharmacology course.

Join Erin E. Jobst, PT, PhD to examine drugs drugs that affect the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems, with an emphasis on those drug classes more likely to be taken by patients/clients in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Common ADRs, important drug-drug interactions, and potential therapy solutions to limit ADRs are discussed.

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Dates:   [Register]

Date: February 17, 2018

Location:

Pacific University, Hillsboro
222 SE 8th Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Instructor: Erin E. Jobst, PT, PhD

Times: 7:30 registration, 8 AM – 5 PM class 

Total Hours: 15
7 contact hours March 19, 2016
8 hours Pre- and Post-assignment

Cost: $160 TAI, $200 non-TAI

The Complete Runner:

Biomechanics, Comprehensive Assessment Techniques, Rehabilitation Strategies, Strength Development and Form Optimization for the Running Patient.

Optimizing the performance of a healthy runner is very challenging; returning a running patient back to their sport while optimizing their mechanics and training strategies adds another complicating layer to the equation.

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Dates:   [Register]

March 24-25, 2017

Location:
Therapeutic Associates North Portland PT (PACE)
4829 NE Martin Luther King Blvd. Suite 101
Portland, OR 97211

 

Instructors: Matthew Walsh Bsc, PT &
David V. McHenry PT, DPT, COMT

Times: 7:30 AM Registration, Saturday 8 AM-5 PM; Sunday Class 8 AM-4 PM

Contact Hours: 18 hours total

  • 2 hours pre-reading
  • 6 hours lecture
  • 10 hours practical

Cost: $425 TAI; $500 non-TAI

The intention of the course is to provide the participants a wide range of information from different elements necessary to comprehensively evaluate and treat your running clients. In this two-day course physical therapists of all levels will learn:

  • evidence based assessment and treatment strategies
  • biomechanical form assessment skills
  • epidemiological information about running injuries and strength and conditioning strategies or end stage rehabilitation of the running client.

APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program

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Dates:   [Register]

June 2-3, 2018

Registration Deadline: May 4, 2018 to meet APTA required material deadline.

  • Registrants may be added after this deadline for additional fees – contact Course Coordinator

Location:       

PIMA Medical Institute Northgate
9709 3rd Ave NE #400
Seattle, WA 98115

Instructor: Cynthia Robinson, PT, Ph.D.

Times: 7:30 registration, 8 AM – 5 PM class

Total Hours: 16 contact hours (1.6 CEU’s) for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants with award of the CI Credential; health care providers from other professions are eligible to receive 12 contact hours (1.2 CEU’s),* but may not be awarded the CI Credential.

Cost: $170 APTA members/$260 APTA non-members/$310 Other Providers

TAI: $140 APTA members/$230 APTA non-members/$280 Other Providers

Course Description:

Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program (CCIP) Overview

This voluntary program is designed primarily for people interested in or involved with clinical education (clinical instructors [CIs], center coordinators of clinical education [CCCEs], academic coordinators of clinical education [ACCEs]) and is recognized by APTA as a Clinical Instructor (CI) Education and Credentialing Program.

The program was developed through a grant funded by APTA under the direction of principal investigator Michael J Emery, PT, EdD, with co-investigators Nancy Peatman, PT, MEd, and Lynn Foord, PT, MS, MEd, and with materials used by the New England Consortium of Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education.

The program addresses issues of:

  • planning and preparing for physical therapy students during their clinical education experiences
  • developing learning experiences
  • supporting ongoing learning through questioning and effective feedback
  • developing skills of performance evaluation
  • identifying and managing students with exceptional situations
  • identifying legal implications for clinical educators, including issues presented by ADA legislation

 

For More Information:

Contact Dorothy Klemetson if you have any questions regarding TAI Continuing Education classes.
Dorothy Klemetson
•253-872-6028 ex.2200
•Fax: 253-872-4935

TAI Therapist should contact Susan Heath if you have any questions regarding the internal TAI Leadership Development program.
Susan Heath
•253-872-6028 ex.2219
•Fax: 253-872-4935