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Aquatic Therapy Boot Camp
Taught By: Andrea Salzman, MS, PT

Offered as 4-hr preconference at
every Minneapolis class

See our 2014 schedule here
Or bring this EXACT class to your pool.



ABOUT THIS 4-HR
PRE-CONFERENCE

A 4-hour training module designed to serve as a fast-paced, hands-on lab of aquatic therapy fundamentals. Strongly recommended to all new ATU students, especially those with < 1 year of aquatic experience. May be used as a supplemental course for individuals looking for greater awareness of “why water works” therapeutically or for individuals looking for extra CEU hours -- at no additional cost.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Demonstrate an appropriate aquatic handling technique under 1-2 of the following therapeutic scenarios: non-weight-bearing, hydrophobic, asymmetric center of buoyancy, fragile skin, hypersensitivity to touch, non-verbal communication, poor head and trunk righting skills, aspiration risk (lab)

2. Demonstrate 1-2 aquatic therapy tasks which capitalize on hydrodynamic and thermal properties of water (lab)

3. Alter movement difficulty by manipulating 2-3 of the following: buoyancy, velocity, streamlining, levers, frontal surface area, and momentum (lab)

4. Design 3-4 therapeutic movements, tasks, or exercises using fundamental hydrodynamic and thermal principles (lab)

5. Recite 8-10 general precautions and contraindications to aquatic therapy (lecture)

6. Visually identify 8-10 types of aquatic therapy equipment and use that equipment appropriately in at least 1 situation in water (lab)

7. Verbally identify 4-5 aquatic specialty techniques (such as Watsu®) and where to obtain additional information on these techniques (lecture).


For stand-alone registrations only.
If you are attending any main campus class, you do not need to register seperately for Boot Camp.

View all 2010 classes

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ATU Schedule

Friday AM (Bootcamp)
8:00-8:30 Registration
8:30-10:45 Lecture
10:45-12:45 Pool lab
12:45-1:45 Lunch (provided to all attending Main Course)

All Minneapolis main courses start at 2:00 PM on Friday (after Boot Camp).

Aquatic therapy seminars and trainings

Schedule Changes
Due to unforeseen
circumstances or events,
ATU schedules, instructors
or venues are subject to
change without notice.

Cancellation Policy
The final date for refunds (minus $175 reseating fee) for cancellations by students is 2 wks before class start date. No refunds given for cancellations after this date.

 



 

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