Physical Therapy: Video: Improving Physical and Cognitive Function: Medications and Supplements
33.00
Online
Elective
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About the Course:
No longer an issue for the elite athlete, medications, and supplements are now specifically designed and marketed to the young and old with promises of improving performance. Whether it be improving joint nutrition in an elderly patient, or improving muscle strength in an athlete, we are inundated with choices both over the counter and prescription. But do they really work? This seminar serves to explore the evidence behind popular performance enhancers to help the learner decide: friend or foe? 

Course Objectives: 
At the end of this course the participant will be able to: 
 1. Cite the risks and benefits of hormone replacement medications in males and females across the life span. 
 2. Recognize existing research on the efficacy of sports supplements 
 3. Identify the age-defying supplements and critically examine research on their efficacy. 

About the Instructor: 
Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS, is a licensed, clinical physical therapist with over 23 years of experience in sports medicine, orthopedics, subacute, neurological and work hardening. He obtained his Masters in Health Science and Doctor in Physical Therapy degrees from the University of Indianapolis. Currently, he is the Director of the PTA Program at Marion Technical College in Marion, Ohio. He continues to practice clinically at OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus. In addition, Dr. Hensel is a former instructor at Andrews University, where he taught multiple courses, including pharmacotherapeutics, medical terminology and physiology and developed pharmacology course content for the transitional doctorate program.

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Video: Improving Physical and Cognitive Function: Medications and Supplements

33.00
About the Course:
No longer an issue for the elite athlete, medications, and supplements are now specifically designed and marketed to the young and old with promises of improving performance. Whether it be improving joint nutrition in an elderly patient, or improving muscle strength in an athlete, we are inundated with choices both over the counter and prescription. But do they really work? This seminar serves to explore the evidence behind popular performance enhancers to help the learner decide: friend or foe? 

Course Objectives: 
At the end of this course the participant will be able to: 
 1. Cite the risks and benefits of hormone replacement medications in males and females across the life span. 
 2. Recognize existing research on the efficacy of sports supplements 
 3. Identify the age-defying supplements and critically examine research on their efficacy. 

About the Instructor: 
Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS, is a licensed, clinical physical therapist with over 23 years of experience in sports medicine, orthopedics, subacute, neurological and work hardening. He obtained his Masters in Health Science and Doctor in Physical Therapy degrees from the University of Indianapolis. Currently, he is the Director of the PTA Program at Marion Technical College in Marion, Ohio. He continues to practice clinically at OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus. In addition, Dr. Hensel is a former instructor at Andrews University, where he taught multiple courses, including pharmacotherapeutics, medical terminology and physiology and developed pharmacology course content for the transitional doctorate program.

Presented by HomeCEU
This course is a video, on-demand course.