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Why Choose Rehab Essentials?

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We deliver foundational content, you create high impact applied learning experiences.

Increase the productivity of your faculty by allowing them to focus on higher impact, immersive learning experiences while students utilize Rehab Essentials course modules to review foundational information taught by content experts.

The content you need, when you need it.

Our university licensing program allows university partners to license our educational content for entry-level professional and post-graduate training. Our licensing program is a cost-effective solution to your programs educational needs. With a full catalog of courses available, we can tailor courses to suit any need.

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When licensing 3 or more modules, universities are eligible for discounted bundle pricing. The license term for bundled courses is active for the entire student's matriculation.

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Module Offerings

Basic EKG Interpretation
This course is designed to acquaint the physical therapist and physical therapist assistant with basic knowledge regarding monitoring of heart rate, rhythm and common dysrhythmias utilizing an electrocardiogram (EKG). EKG alterations during myocardial ischemia and infarction will be covered. Differentiation of the EKG alterations and dysrhythmia's will be categorized into non-threatening, potentially dangerous or life-threatening events. Correlation to hemodynamic changes e.g. pulse palpation, arterial line, Swan-Ganz catheter and heart sounds will also be covered. EKG's will be presented relevant to various patient populations. Read More
Business and Marketing
Dr DeRosa's Business and Marketing course is a comprehensive analysis at those factors influencing physical therapy economics and those organizational and management principles, which impact the ethical and legal aspects of health care delivery. Read More
Clinical Decision Making: Guide To Physical Therapist Practice
The Guide to PT Practice is an organizational tool that summarizes physical therapist rights, roles, and responsibilities in treating patients/clients and in providing the PT a framework for clinical decision making. Read More
Critical Assessment and Application of Best Evidence
In this 16.5 hour course, the physical therapist develops the skills to utilize and integrate principles of evidence-based practice in making patient-focused decisions in day-to-day clinical practice.​ Read More
Differential Diagnosis: Screening for Medical Disorders
Dr Boissonnault will explore the therapist’s role as an interdependent practitioner working within a collaborative medical model. Read More
Documentation, Coding, Payment, and Compliance: Managing for Success in the Outpatient Physical Therapy Environment
This 16 hour module will present to the physical therapy clinical doctoral learner methods to remain current in issues related to the documentation, coding, billing, and payment, for physical therapy services in all outpatient settings. Read More
Foundations in Population Health
This course provides an introduction to Population Health Management and builds the context for the essential role that multi-faceted, scale-able health promotion and prevention interventions play in achieving sustainable, value-based health outcomes at national and global levels. Read More
Implementation of Therapeutic Modalities in Contemporary Physical Therapy Practice: An Evidence-Supported and Practical Clinical Approach
The purpose of this course is to facilitate learning of fundamental principles associated with the use therapeutic modalities as they apply to the clinical practice of physical therapy. This will be accomplished via a series of self-directed learning modules designed to enhance clinical decision making which guides the appropriate use of therapeutic modalities as well as best-practice approaches for their utilization. Read More
Implementing Value Based System Change in Rehabilitation
This course describes the conceptual shift needed for the profession of Physical Therapy (PT) in order to remain at the leading edge of our data driven health care environment and the need to meet the Institute for Health Improvement’s (IHI) “Triple Aim”.​ Read More
Leadership to Develop Innovative Physical Therapy Practice for Value Based Care
T​he course will explore the essentials of progressive leadership development critical to add value and insure quality outcomes in clinical practice. Read More
Legal and Ethical Issues for PT's: Considerations in Risk Management
​This course provides the physical therapist clinical doctoral learner with foundational information as to legal, ethical and administrative decision-making processes regarding issues often encountered in clinical practice. Read More
Management of Patients with Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disorders
This course is designed to expose physical therapists and physical therapy students to the examination and treatment of patients or clients with primary or secondary cardiovascular and/or pulmonary disorders. Read More
Management of Patients with Integumentary Disorders
This course is a general foundation in examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, interventions and outcomes for persons with various types of wounds will be provided. Read More
Management of Patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders
This course will provide the PT clinical doctoral learner strategies for incorporating evidence based practice and utilization of knowledge learned in previous courses for the management of patients with musculoskeletal disorders.​ Read More
Medical Imaging in Rehabilitation
The purpose of this medical imaging course is to provide the physical therapy clinical doctoral learner with the tools needed to interpret and apply specialized medical imaging information to the rehabilitation patient. Musculoskeletal imaging is emphasized. Read More
Medical Pathology
This 22 hour module is designed to provide the student with basic understanding of the cause of failure of normal physiological process in the body – the disease process. Read More
Medical Physiology
This course is designed to provide the basic concepts of human physiology. Included will be discussion of the 4 basic tissue types -nervous, muscle, epithelium, and connective tissue. Read More
Pain: A Primer on Pain for the Practicing Physical Therapist
Pain is a common complaint and one of the most frequent reasons people seek healthcare. The person training to be a clinician or the practicing clinician can grow frustrated with management of pain because traditional instruction falls short on providing an adequate understanding of pain. The overall goal of this primer is to supplement traditional instruction by providing content that allows the individual that completes this primer to gain a “transformed understanding” of pain consistent with Institute of Medicine guidelines. Primer content will emphasize examples in musculoskeletal pain from selected studies reported in the peer-review literature. Musculoskeletal pain was selected as the core of this primer because of its overall prevalence and high societal impact. Read More
Pharmacology in Rehabilitation
This course will present the primary drug classes and the physiologic basis of their action. Drugs will be grouped according to their general effects and the type of disorders they are routinely used to treat. Special emphasis will be placed on drugs that are commonly used to treat people receiving physical therapy. This course will likewise address how drug therapy interacts with physical therapy, and how drugs can exert beneficial effects as well as adverse side effects that impact on rehabilitation. Read More

What drew us most to the Rehab Essentials modules was the versatility of the delivery method and the ease with which it supported and integrated into our curriculum. The reallocation of faculty instructional time away from introductory and foundational concepts has allowed for a more dynamic classroom, one that is rich with higher order critical thinking activities that drive student clinical reasoning to the top of our licensure.

Dr Ellen Wruble Hakim
Program Director – University of Delaware
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