The AMES client management sessions are the backbone of the residency and the largest learning component of the program. There are 26 client management sessions. The client management sessions are scheduled for Sunday mornings at 9am ET/8am CT/7am MT/6am PT. Each session is recorded and available within 2 hours within the AMES Professional Resources area.
The client management sessions are listed below:
March 28th – 6 Point Client Management System
April 11th – Medical History and Red Flag Assessment
April 25th - Histology for Medical Exercise Training
May 9th - Functional Outcome Measures
May 23rd – MET Communication & Documentation System
June 6th – MET Goniometric Assessment System
June 20th – MET Manual Muscle Testing System
July 11th – MET Gait Analysis System
July 25th – MET Posture & Imbalance Assessment System
August 8th – MET Gait & Balance Training System
August 22nd – MET Neurological Assessment...
Welcome back Medical Exercise Specialists to Day 15 of "40 Days to Medical Exercise Success". Today our topic is "establishing MET protocols for the 10 most common conditions you manage". Some don't like "protocols". Protocols are simply roadmaps. They are not eched in stone or inflexible. They are guidelines to assessment procedures, target muscle groups and progression phases. We have used the PREPS Post Rehab Protocols since we started teaching the Medical Exercise Specialist workshop in 1994.
Protocols are the bacbone of all aspects of medical care. An example of utilization of protocols to enhance medical care is found in "The Checklist Manifesto" by Atul Gawande, MD of Johns Hopkins University. The establishment of a standardized protocol regarding the use of gowns, masks, etc in the surgical ICU is illistrated in this text. The importance of the use of protocols to standardize care and reduce negative outcomes is shown.
The use of protocols will enhance your...
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