This course reviews basic anatomy of the hand. Clinical implications and pertinent diagnoses are discussed where relevant.
Anatomy of the Hand
This course reviews basic anatomy of the hand. Clinical implications and pertinent diagnoses are discussed where relevant. Upon completion of this lecture, participants will have a good understanding of all anatomical structures in the hand and the relationship and interaction of these structures.
Pre-recorded voice with power point presentation including illustrations, clinical slides and word slides.
Patricia Roholt PT, CHT
Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to
- Identify the bones of the carpus, hand, fingers and thumb
- Accurately explain the function of the muscles to the hand
- Recognize the sensory distribution of the 3 major nerves
- List clinical findings with injury to the nerves of the hand
- Recognize the importance of proper positioning during periods of immobilization.
- List the movements available at each of the joints of the fingers and thumb
- Identify the functions of the retinacular systems of the hand
AOTA Classification Codes: Category 1 – Domain of OT
This course provides 1.5 hours of continuing education or .15 CEU’s.
Certificate awarded upon passing post-test with a score of 80% or better.
This course falls into Category 1 Domain of OT
Audience: PT, PTA, OT, OTA
Skill Level: Basic to intermediate
Dates & Locations
Cancellation by the participant will re refunded 75% within 2 weeks following registration if the course was not viewed and no certificate was issued. If technical difficulties on the part of CSE prevent completion a full refund will be issued. No refund will be issued once the course has been viewed by participant. If participant is hearing impaired, please contact Patricia Roholt at email@example.com to have a copy of the lecture notes provided.
This course provides 1.5 hours of continuing education or 1.5 hours or .15 CEU’s.
PT, PTA, OT, COTA (This course falls into Category 1 Domain of OT)
Basic to Intermediate
The information presented in this continuing education course does not represent the only procedures and techniques appropriate for the medical conditions presented. The content of this course presents approaches, views, statements and opinions of the author which may be clinically useful to other practitioners. Individuals attending this course waive any claim they may have against Clinical Specialty Education and/or its instructors for any injury or other damage which may result, in any way, from their reliance on information presented in the seminar, or from their participation in this course.
Please contact Patricia Roholt at firstname.lastname@example.org with any special needs requests at least one week in advance of the class.