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Upper and Lower Extremity

New multilingual course learning experience. Select your preferred language from the top drop-down bar. TRANSCRIPTS FOR VIDEOS ARE PRESENTED IN THE PRESENTATION NOTES IN ENGLISH, SPANISH AND FRENCH.

Welcome to ICSC Hands on Theory Seminar

This online course is the prerequisite to attending the hands-on seminars. This must be completed prior to your attendance to ensure you have all the pre-knowledge required to take part in the face-to-face component. The face-to-face courses are all hands-on and participants will complete a series of skills, recorded on a scorecard for each activity covered.

Each section within this online course has a short quiz. If you have already completed the quiz in Flexquiz please take a moment to quickly complete it here as well as this is where your completion certificate will be issued.  You must score 80% or better to pass the section quiz and there is no limit set on the attempts. 

The recordings can be watched in any order, however, to do the quiz you MUST mark the video for that quiz complete before the quiz will open. 

CEU Allotment 10 hours
(Total course time with quiz approx. 11 hours)

DOWNLOAD: Presentation notes and transcripts

VIEW: Course breakdown per section

ICSC Hands-On Seminar Theory

The course breakdown provides you with an overview of the units and how each is broken up.  Each heading is a section within this course. Some sections have multiple units which you are required to work through before taking the unit quiz.

Course hours will be calculated as follows:

  1. Course instructional hours are actual times of instruction per video. Transcripts provided.
  2. Quizzes post-module sections- 1 minute per question

*CEU Calculations- only instructional hours and course reading content will be tabulated toward CEU value determination.

Section 1: Concussion Update 

Section2: Mopal/CMT Theory 

Section 3: Emergency Procedures

Section 4: Sort Tissue Interventions

Section 5: Taping theory

Section 6: Assessment Upper Extremity

                    Assessment Lower Extremity

 

 

VIEW: Course objectives

The purpose of this online module is to create the benchmark knowledge for doctors attending face-to-face seminars. This will prepare attendees for the hands-on applications and skills which will be covered in the hands-on course.

USEFUL TIPS: Planning your time

Courses, where there is section assessment, must be completed before the final unit exam is open up. No system is 100% reliable so we suggest that before you attempt the final exams you avoid last-minute problems and make sure you have adequate internet as the final exams will only load one question per page. Make sure you have a quiet environment and to assist you to plan appropriately we have outlined the total number of questions in the assessment units and the final exam. Before you start make sure you have completed all the unit requirements, so you are prepared.

  • The quiz questions are sequence is randomized and will change every time you click into the assessment or exam.
  • The section quiz and the final exam will be presented one question at a time and does not allow backtracking, therefore make sure you take care when selecting your answer for each question.

All the best.

Meet your Instructors

The faculty for the seminars consists of internationally prominent professionals with extensive experience in treating athletes at international sporting events.  FICS is embracing a combination of a hybrid delivery for the hands-on seminars, with the theory section presented online before hands-on experience.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 10.5 hours recordings

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