CME CE

CEUL129838 - Pediatric Cranial Deformities: An overview of plagiocephaly, torticollis and craniosynostosis

Offered By
Baby Bear Cranial Clinic

2535 Northern Road
Suite B
APPLETON, WI  54914  USA
  920.257.4902
  cassie@babybearcranialclinic.com

Course Description:

This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with an in-depth understanding of plagiocephaly, torticollis, and craniosynostosis. It covers the diagnosis, treatment, and management of these common pediatric conditions. Participants will learn about the causes, clinical manifestations, diagnostic criteria, and treatment options for each condition, as well as the importance of early intervention and collaborative care. Through interactive learning modules, case studies, and expert-led discussions, participants will gain the knowledge necessary to effectively identify, assess, and manage pediatric craniofacial conditions in clinical practice.

Course Objectives:
- Understand the causes of plagiocephaly, torticollis, and craniosynostosis.
- Learn to recognize the clinical signs and symptoms of each condition and differentiate between them.
- Explore the diagnostic criteria and assessment tools used in the evaluation of pediatric craniofacial conditions.
- Understand the role of healthcare professionals, including doctors, physical therapists, surgeons, and other specialists, in the multidisciplinary management of these conditions.
- Develop strategies for patient education and family-centered care to support children and their families throughout the treatment process.
- Explore emerging trends and advancements in the diagnosis and management of pediatric cranial deformities.
- Learn about the potential complications and long-term outcomes associated with untreated or improperly managed plagiocephaly, torticollis, and craniosynostosis.

Course Format: 2 Hour in-person course

This course is delivered through a combination of lectures, interactive discussions, case studies, and practical exercises.
Participants will have access to online videos and reading materials.

Participants will have opportunities to engage with peers and instructors to ask questions, share experiences, and collaborate on learning activities.
A quiz will be used to evaluate participants understanding of the course material at the end of the course.

Certification: Participants who complete the course requirements may receive a certificate of completion, demonstrating their proficiency in pediatric cranial deformities.

CEU Credits: 2.000

Type of Course: In Person

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Apr 25, 2024 | Appleton WI

CME CE

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