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  • STEP 1: Enroll In Foundations of Orthopedic Assessment

  • STEP 2: Orthopedic Assessment Advanced Training

    STEP 3: COMPLETE

    It is impossible to fix a problem if you don't know what the problem is. CHANGE THIS

    Without a high-quality assessment, truly addressing the root of your client's issues is impossible.

    WHAT'S INSIDE

    ORTHOPEDIC ASSESSMENT ADVANCED TRAINING?

    In this course, we show you how Dr. Jess Reynolds uses orthopedic assessment to find the RIGHT problem, the first time round. We'll be walking you step by step through the following

    Course 1: Upper Body Orthopedic Assessment

    80+Videos/10 hours

    Upper Body Orthopedic Assessment goes through the neck, shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist and hand.

    Course 2: Lower Body Orthopedic Assessment

    110+Video/10 Hours

    Lower Body Orthopedic Assessment goes through the low back, pelvis, hips, knee, ankle and foot.

    Functional Assessment

    No time? No problem. Functional Assessment is a fast and efficient way to identify what's wrong with your client.

    Physical Assessment Skills

    60 + Orthopedic Tests

    As you go through each region of the body you will be shown how to perform active, passive and resisted motion testing and special tests for each joint and how it relates to specific conditions.  

    Orthopedic Assessment Community

    When you enroll, you will be invited to join out Facebook group to ask the community your cases, share your advice, and get to know other practitioners who are serious about helping their clients and patients.

    Official Certificate of Completion

    One you have finished a course, you will get a certificate of coemption you can submit to your regulatory body for continuing education hours/credits.

    Two Courses in One!

    Enroll today and get all three OA courses for the price of one!

    Upper Body Orthopedic Assessment

  • Complete guide to assessing the neck, shoulder and entire upper extremity​

  • Anatomy and physiology review of each region​

  • Demonstrations on how to perform active, passive and resisted range of motion​

  • Complete guide to functional assessment of the upper body​

  • Postural assessment​

  • Detailed discussion on over 30 conditions​

  • Video demonstration of 30+ special tests​

  • Lower Body Orthopedic Assessment

  • Complete guide to assessing the spine, pelvis, hip, and entire lower extremity​

  • Anatomy and physiology review of each region​

  • Demonstrations on how to perform active, passive and resisted range of motion​

  • Complete guide to functional assessment of the upper body​

  • Postural assessment​

  • Detailed discussion on over 50 conditions​

  • Video demonstration of 40+ special tests​

  • EARN CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS ONLINE

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    ENROLL TODAY AND GET THESE BONUSES

    Bonus 1: Full Instructor Access

  • Having a hard time working through a particular concept?  No problem!  Dr. Jess is there to help. Unlike other online training platforms, we are here to help.  If you have a questions, and you will get a personal answer from Dr. Jess.   

    (VALUE $300)   Included with Orthopedic Assessment Advanced Training!

  • Bonus 2: Case Studies​

  • One of the best ways to learn is by seeing what others have done.  When you enroll in A Complete Guide to Orthopedic Assessment, you will also get access to a Case Studies Course, which will be updated monthly with new cases.  I will being going through the full assessment process for a huge range of conditions. 

    (VALUE $600)  Included with Orthopedic Assessment!

  • Bonus 2: Complete Anatomy Student Discount​

  • "The world's most advanced 3D anatomy platform." As a member of AIM Online, you will receive a special 50% off discount for the best anatomy app on the market.

    (VALUE $50)  Included with Orthopedic Assessment!

  • Upper Body Orthopedic Assessment Course ($475 value)

  • Lower Body Orthopedic Assessment Course ($475 value)

  • Bonus 1: Exclusive Access to Instructor Access ($300 value)

  • Bonus 2: 50% off Complete Anatomy ($50 value)

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      Meet Your Instructor

      Dr. Jess Reynolds, Dr. Ac, DTCM, RMT

      CO-FOUNDER, AIM Online 

      Hey! My name is Dr. Jess Reynolds (but I mostly go by Jess). I am a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Integrative Medicine, an Acupuncturist and a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). My practice has been tremendously gratifying, and through it I have had the opportunity to work with many people — helping them heal, body mind and spirit. Through my practice, I soon discovered my true passion: teaching. I have been teaching in the classroom for the last seven years, and have been told by students and colleagues alike that it is my purpose. The focus of my lectures has been Psychology, Personal Growth, Nutrition, Orthopedic Assessment and Functional Medicine. My passion, however, is in self-development of any kind. I am a true believer in becoming the best version of yourself.  


      Between my clinical practice and teaching experience, I have gained a wealth of knowledge in the world of health and wellness, but I offer more than that. I am an avid outdoorsman, adventure lover, and seeker of truth. I use skills and knowledge from many fields of study and interest to provide my students with unique, down-to-earth, and always informative lectures.

    STILL UNSURE?

    HERE IS THE FULL CIRRICULUM

    This is exactly what will be covered in this course

    UPPER BODY ORTHOPEDIC ASSESSMENT

    Chapter 1 - Introduction

  • 1.      Introduction – 2 min

    2.      Housekeeping – 3 min

    3.      Cautions and Contraindications – 3 min

    4.      Active Range of Motion Review – 10min

    5.      Passive Range of Motion Review – 10min

    6.      Resisted Range of Motion Review – 3min

    7.      Special Tests Review – 5 min

    8.      Functional Assessment Review – 3 min

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    Chapter 2 - Cervical Spine Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology of the Cervical Spine Part I - 13 min

    2.      Anatomy and Physiology of the Cervical Spine Part II - 12 min

    3.      Active Range of Motion - 2 min

    4.      Passive Range of Motion - 3 min

    5.      Resisted Range of Motion - 2 min

    6.      Functional Assessment - 6 min

    7.      Forward Head Posture - 12 min

    8.      Military Neck - 5 min

    9.      Whiplash - 22 min

    10.  Spinal Ligament Sprain - 6 min

    11.  Herniated Disc - 11 min

    12.  Cervical Compression and Distraction Test - 3 min

    13.  Slump Test - 3 min

    14.  Valsalva Manoeuvre - 2 min

    15.  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - 14 min

    16.  Adson’s Test - 2 min

    17.  Edens Test and Military Brace Test - 2 min

    18.  Wright’s Hyperabduction Test - 2 min

    19.  Cervical Facet Syndrome - 10 min

    20.  Torticollis - 7 min


  • Chapter 3 - Shoulder Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 5 min

    2.      Active Range of Motion - 2 min

    3.      Passive Range of Motion - 3 min

    4.      Resisted Range of Motion - 4 min

    5.      Functional Assessment - 4 min

    6.      Slumped Shoulders - 8 min

    7.      Elevated Shoulders - 5 min

    8.      Rotator Cuff Injuries - 10 min

    9.      Arm Drop Test - 2 min

    10.  Separated Shoulder - 6 min

    11.  Cross Over Test - 2 min

    12.  Shoulder Dislocation - 7 min

    13.  Apprehension Sign - 2 min

    14.  Labrum Tear - 10 min

    15.  Crank Test - 2 min

    16.  Speeds Test - 1 min

    17.  Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis - 13 min

    18.  Apley’s Scratch Test - 2 min

    19.  Scapulothoracic Rhythm - 3 min

    20.  Shoulder Impingement Syndrome - 8 min

    21.  Empty Can Test - 2 min

    22.  Hawkins Kennedy Test - 1 min

    23.  Subacromial Bursitis - 5 min

    24.  Bicipital Tendinosis - 7 min

    25.  Calcific Tendonitis - 5 min

  • Chapter 4 - Elbow, Forearm, Wrist and Hand Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 4 min

    2.      Active Range of Motion - 3 min

    3.      Passive Range of Motion - 7 min

    4.      Resisted Range of Motion - 7 min

    5.      Functional Assessment - 5 min

    6.      Posture - 1 min

    7.      Lateral Epicondylitis - 7 min

    8.      Tennis Elbow Test - 3 min

    9.      Medial Epicondylitis - 6 min

    10.  Golfers Elbow Test - 2 min

    11.  Olecranon Bursitis - 2 min

    12.  De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis - 7 min

    13.  Finkelstein's Test - 2 min

    14.  Pronator Teres Syndrome - 7 min

    15.  Pronator Teres Test - 2 min

    16.  Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - 6 min

    17.  Elbow Flexion Test - 2 min

    18.  Radial Tunnel Syndrome - 3 min

    19.  Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - 12 min

    20.  Tinel's Sign - 2 min

    21.  Phalen’s Test - 2 min

    22.  Tethered Nerve Stress Test - 2 min

    23.  Guyon’s Canal Syndrome 5 min

    24.  Froment's Sign - 3 min

    25.  Neurological Concepts Review - 2 min

    26.  Dupuytren’s Contracture - 8 min

    27.  Rheumatoid Arthritis - 8 min

    28.  Ganglion Cyst - 7 min


  • LOWER BODY ORTHOPEDIC ASSESSMENT

    Chapter 1 - Introduction

  • 1.      Introduction - 2 min

    2.      Housekeeping - 3 min

    3.      Cautions and Contraindications - 3 min

    4.      Active Range of Motion Review - 10min

    5.      Passive Range of Motion Review - 10min

    6.      Resisted Range of Motion Review - 3min

    7.      Special Tests Review - 5 min

    8.      Functional Assessment Review - 3 min

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    Chapter 2 - Leg, Ankle and Foot Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 9 min

    2.      Active Range of Motion - 2 min

    3.      Passive Range of Motion - 6 min

    4.      Resisted Range of Motion - 7 min

    5.      Functional Assessment - 5 min

    6.      Pes Planus - 10 min

    7.      Pes Cavus – 3 min

    8.      Arch Test - 2 min

    9.      Calcaneal Varus - 4 min

    10.  Calcaneal Valgus - 3 min

    11.  Excessive Supination and Overpronation - 3 min

    12.  Tip Toe Test - 3 min

    13.  Too Many Toes Test - 2 min

    14.  Hallux Valgus - 6 min

    15.  Other Postural Dysfunctions - 1 min

    16.  Lateral Ankle Sprain - 7 min

    17.  Anterior Drawer Test - 2 min

    18.  Talar Tilt Test - 2 min

    19.  Medial Ankle Sprain - 5 min

    20.  Deltoid Ligament Test - 1 min

    21.  Plantar Fasciitis - 4 min

    22.  Retrocalcaneal Bursitis - 7 min

    23.  Achilles Tendon Disorders - 13 min

    24.  Pinch Test - 1 min

    25.  Achilles Tendon Rupture - 6 min

    26.  Thompson Test - 1 min

    27.  Shin Splints - 4 min

    28.  Tibialis Posterior Compression Test - 2 min

    29.  Anterior Compartment Syndrome - 7 min

    30.  Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - 7 min

    31.  Tinel’s Sign - 7 min

    32.  External Rotation Stress Test - 4 min

    33.  Stress Fracture - 3 min

    34.  Percussion Test - 3 min

    35.  Morton’s Neuroma - 4 min

    36.  Morton's Test - 1 min

    37.  Interdigital Squeeze Test - 2 min

    38.  Conclusion - 3 min


  • Chapter 3 - Knee Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 9 min

    2.      Active Range of Motion - 2 min

    3.      Passive Range of Motion - 6 min

    4.      Resisted Range of Motion - 7 min

    5.      Functional Assessment - 5 min

    6.      Pes Planus - 10 min

    7.      Pes Cavus – 3 min

    8.      Arch Test - 2 min

    9.      Calcaneal Varus - 4 min

    10.  Calcaneal Valgus - 3 min

    11.  Excessive Supination and Overpronation - 3 min

    12.  Tip Toe Test - 3 min

    13.  Too Many Toes Test - 2 min

    14.  Hallux Valgus - 6 min

    15.  Other Postural Dysfunctions - 1 min

    16.  Lateral Ankle Sprain - 7 min

    17.  Anterior Drawer Test - 2 min

    18.  Talar Tilt Test - 2 min

    19.  Medial Ankle Sprain - 5 min

    20.  Deltoid Ligament Test - 1 min

    21.  Plantar Fasciitis - 4 min

    22.  Retrocalcaneal Bursitis - 7 min

    23.  Achilles Tendon Disorders - 13 min

    24.  Pinch Test - 1 min

    25.  Achilles Tendon Rupture - 6 min

    26.  Thompson Test - 1 min

    27.  Shin Splints - 4 min

    28.  Tibialis Posterior Compression Test - 2 min

    29.  Anterior Compartment Syndrome - 7 min

    30.  Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - 7 min

    31.  Tinel’s Sign - 7 min

    32.  External Rotation Stress Test - 4 min

    33.  Stress Fracture - 3 min

    34.  Percussion Test - 3 min

    35.  Morton’s Neuroma - 4 min

    36.  Morton's Test - 1 min

    37.  Interdigital Squeeze Test - 2 min

    38.  Conclusion - 3 min


  • Chapter 4 - Hip and Pelvic Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 5 min

    2.      Active and Passive Range of Motion - 10 min

    3.      Resisted Range of Motion - 11 min

    4.      Functional Assessment - 5 min

    5.      Anterior Pelvic Tilt - 10 min

    6.      Posterior Pelvic Tilt - 4 min

    7.      ASIS Test - 1 min

    8.      Lateral Pelvic Tilt - 9 min

    9.      Lateral Tilt Test - 2 min

    10.  Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction - 16 min

    11.  Gapping Test - 2 min

    12.  SI Compression Test - 1 min

    13.  Gaenslen's Test - 2 min

    14.  FABER Test - 2 min

    15.  Sacral Thrust Test - 2 min

    16.  Deep Gluteal Pain Syndrome - 14 min

    17.  Pace Abduction Test - 2 min

    18.  Piriformis Test - 1 min

    19.  Trochanteric Bursitis - 4 min

    20.  Hip and Pelvic Summary - 1 min


  • Chapter 5 - Spine Assessment

  • 1.      Anatomy and Physiology - 8 min

    2.      Active Range of Motion - 4 min

    3.      Passive Range of Motion - 3 min

    4.      Resisted Range of Motion - 5 min

    5.      Functional Assessment - 5 min

    6.      Hyperlordosis - 7 min

    7.      Hyporlordosis / Flatback - 4 min

    8.      Hyperkyphosis 8 min

    9.      Scoliosis - 9 min

    10.  Herniated Disc - 13 min

    11.  Slump Test - 3 min

    12.  SLR Test - 2 min

    13.  Spinal Ligament Sprain - 4 min

    14.  Idiopathic Low Back Pain - 7 min

    15.  Lumbar Facet Syndrome - 7 min

    16.  Kemp’s Test - 2 min

    17.  Spondylolisthesis / Spondylitis - 7 min


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    Once you have completed the course, you will be given a Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion will state the amount of time/hours typically required to complete the course. Your Certificate of Completion will automatically appear in the certificate section of your profile. Once you have received your Certificate of Completion you must submit it to your professional association in order to have your Continuing Education Credits/Units added to your membership file. Please note that if the course has been pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits/Units with your association it will clearly state so in the course overview. If the course has not been pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits/Units, you may have to submit the course for review (and approval) to your association prior to submitting your Certificate of Completion and receiving credits/units. 

    How many credits is this course worth?

    Once you have completed the course, you will be given a Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion will state the amount of time/hours typically required to complete the course. Your Certificate of Completion will automatically appear in the certificate section of your profile. Once you have received your Certificate of Completion you must submit it to your professional association in order to have your Continuing Education Credits/Units added to your membership file. Please note that if the course has been pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits/Units with your association it will clearly state so in the Course Overview. If the course has not been pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits/Units, you may have to submit the course for review (and approval) to your association prior to submitting your Certificate of Completion and receiving credits/units. 


    Click HERE to see the list of current regulatory bodies and associations which have pre-approved this course and for how many credits. 

    Which associations have awarded continuing education hours/credits?

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    If your association is not listed, not to worry! We follow the highest possible standards of online continuing education which means that there is a very high likelihood your regulatory body or association will grant you credits/units upon completion of this course.

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