Introduction to Splinting

Green Clock Hours: 1.00

Splinting is a necessary component of care for many patients, including those with acute hand or arm injuries, surgical repair of the tendons or nerves, and pain associated with degenerative or overuse injuries. This course guides occupational therapy professionals through an introductory process of recommending and providing splints. The learner will be able to use clinical decision making to select the most appropriate splint materials, create basic static splints based on patient diagnosis and characteristics, and ensure patient safety and comfort with wear.

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Course Description

Splinting is a necessary component of care for many patients, including those with acute hand or arm injuries, surgical repair of the tendons or nerves, and pain associated with degenerative or overuse injuries. This course guides occupational therapy professionals through an introductory process of recommending and providing splints. The learner will be able to use clinical decision making to select the most appropriate splint materials, create basic static splints based on patient diagnosis and characteristics, and ensure patient safety and comfort with wear.

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