Physical and Occupational Therapy Seminars

Professional Therapy Seminars (PTS) is a therapist owned company offering Physical Therapy Seminars, and Occupational Therapy Seminars to nationally across the United States.

Our Continuing Education (CE) Courses are approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).

The company was incorporated in 2005 and is currently based in St Louis, Missouri.

PTS believes the continuing education of health professionals to be essential to the health of all Americans.

For this reason we strive to:

  • Provide high quality scientific CE
  • Help clinician's examine and improve their own practice
  • Emphasize individual learning driven by the need to answer the questions that arise during patients care


Our Mission and Vision

The mission of Professional Therapy Seminars is to provide clinicians the necessary tools to become better and more knowledgeable practitioners.

We are committed to making each course a comprehensive educational experience by adapting to different learning styles and through use of a variety of teaching methods.

Through our passion towards teaching and commitment to excellence we aim at maximizing the education of each registrant.

Professional Therapy Seminars aspires to offer state of the art continuing education seminars to promote superior level of professional skill in today's health care environment.

Our company seeks committed and caring individuals with expertise in various fields and a passion for teaching to serve as faculty for each educational program.

Courses We Offer

Wound Management for Rehabilitation Professionals


This 1 day course is designed for participants with basic to intermediate level of knowledge and experience in the prevention and management of open wounds.

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Specialized Care for the Young Athlete - A Rehabilitation Perspective


This 1 day course is designed for participants with basic to intermediate level of knowledge and experience in youth athlete lower extremity injuries and rehabilitation principles.

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Altamonte Springs, FLApril 18, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 17, 2015


Approved by FPTA for 9 contact hours and by Florida Board of Occupational Therapy for 8 contact hours.


Tampa, FLApril 19, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 17, 2015


Approved by FPTA for 9 contact hours and by Florida Board of Occupational Therapy for 8 contact hours.

Portland, OROctober 16, 2015
Registration Deadline : October 7, 2015
Seattle, WAOctober 17, 2015
Registration Deadline : October 7, 2015


Cardiovascular Disease: Implications for the Physical and Occupational Therapist


This 2 day course emphasizes key considerations applicable to the physical and occupational therapist in effectively managing patients with cardiovascular disease.

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Management of Patients with Pulmonary Disease


This 2 day course emphasizes key considerations applicable to the physical and occupational therapist in effectively managing patients with pulmonary disease.

Disease processes will be presented with specific reference to its etiology, pathology, and current medical management.

LocationDate
San Diego, CAOctober 17 - 18, 2015
Registration Deadline : October 8, 2015


Keys to Progressing Care of the ICU Patient : Bed Rest - A thing of the past


This 1 day course emphasizes key considerations applicable to the rehabilitation professional in effectively managing patients in the intensive care unit (ICU).

Time will be spent looking at the evidence for rehabilitation in the ICU as well as understanding the ICU environment.

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Colorado Springs, COApril 24, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 22, 2015
Denver/Aurora, COApril 25, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 22, 2015
Fort Collins, COApril 26, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 18, 2015


Breast Cancer Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Clinical Update


This 1 day course emphasizes key considerations applicable to the physical and occupational therapist in effectively managing patients with breast cancer.

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Say No to Fatigue : Current Concepts in Cardiopulmonary Rehab for Patients with Heart Failure


This 1 day course emphasizes key considerations applicable to the physical and occupational therapist in effectively managing patients with heart failure. The disease processes will be presented with specific reference to its etiology, pathology, and current medical management.

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Peoria, ILApril 24, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 20, 2015


 

Chicago, ILApril 25, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 22, 2015


 

Rolling Meadows, ILApril 26, 2015
Registration Deadline : April 22, 2015


 

Portland, ORNovember 6, 2015
Registration Deadline : October 28, 2015


 

Seattle, WANovember 7, 2015
Registration Deadline : October 28, 2015