Risk Management Considerations of Treating Patients With Altered or Painful Breast Structures

Hour 6 of 7 - Dangers of the Prone Position

 

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Risk Management Considerations of Treating Patients With Altered or Painful Breast Structures - Hour 6 of 7 - Dangers of the Prone Position

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Course Objective

This is hour 6 of a seven-hour course that is designed to teach the anatomy and physiology of the breasts and anterior thoracic structures while focusing on the risks associated with the prone position. Dr. Paul Evans delves into the many abnormalities, conditions, dangers, and precautions that should be taken concerning treating patients or clients in the prone position. This course also describes the common dysfunctions, surgical procedures and alterations that are done to the breasts along with the risks associated with them. This course teaches crucial information that should be understood before treating patients with altered breast structures, especially in the prone position.

Learning Objectives

On completion of this course each participant will have a thorough understanding of the common dysfunctions, surgical procedures and alterations of the breasts. It is designed to give a comprehensive understanding of the appropriate clinical treatment considerations of individuals with painful or altered breast structures. Risk Management exposure of practitioners, particularly with regard to patients treated in a prone position is reduced and the overall care and comfort of patients is enhanced.

Course Instructor

Dr. Paul Evans

Paul William Evans is a Victorian Registered Osteopath, he is also an Orthotist ...

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