EXFRM - CE - Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine

Offered By:
Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
Faculty of Extension

Below are the courses available from the EXFRM code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times.

★ 18 Non-credit course

This learning series focuses on the safe and appropriate usage of diagnostic imaging for the management of common musculoskeletal conditions seen in primary care settings. Module 1 describes the physical principles, safety, limitations and potential benefits of conventional radiographs, CT scan, magnetic resonance imaging and diagnostic ultrasound. It also presents a clinical decision making framework that incorporates the use of evidence based point-of-care decision making tools when considering if imaging is indicated.

★ 18 Non-credit course

This learning series focuses on the safe and appropriate usage of diagnostic imaging for the management of common musculoskeletal conditions seen in primary care settings. This module focuses on the clinical decision making skills to make appropriate referrals and utilization diagnostic imaging for musculoskeletal disorders of the lumbar spine, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Student will learn to determine if imaging is indicated and how to select the most appropriate imaging modality when imaging is indicated.

★ 18 Non-credit course

This learning series focuses on the safe and appropriate usage of diagnostic imaging for the management of common musculoskeletal conditions seen in primary care settings. This module focuses on the clinical decision-making skills to make appropriate referrals and utilization diagnostic imaging for musculoskeletal disorders of the cervical spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist and the hand. It discusses how to determine if imaging is indicated and how to select the most appropriate imaging modality when imaging is indicated.

★ 16 Non-credit course

Healthcare professions working with patients suffering from incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction must have a comprehensive understanding of the factors that impact continence and dysfunction. This course will equip students with theoretical knowledge about the anatomy, physiology and function of the healthy pelvis and pelvis floor, possible pathophysiology, and mechanisms of dysfunction. Participants will gain an understanding of the factors that impact urinary continence and dysfunction and will be introduced to components of clinical assessment.