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Newly Released Continuing Education Courses Provide Physical and Occupational Therapy Professionals With Opportunities To Expand Skill Sets
Date:6/18/2013

Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Rehabilitation professionals working in the field of physical and occupational therapy now have access to more than 40 contact hours of new continuing education video content in the HomeCEUConnection.com course catalog. The courses cover a wide range of relevant, up to date and thoroughly researched topics that provide immediate benefits to rehab professionals seeking to improve their knowledge base and skill sets.

"Our customers have come to expect courses that explore innovative new treatments and techniques, knowledge that they can start using right away," states Anne Osborn, owner of HomeCEUConnection.com. "We're thrilled that we're not only able to meet their demands, but meet them quickly, thanks to the rapid development cycle we've been working so hard to perfect."

Therapists specializing in pediatrics will receive instant benefits from Fundamentals for Childhood Occupations, Innovative Interventions to Treat Children on the Autism Spectrum and Solutions For Sensory Processing Disorders.

For therapists seeking to expand their knowledge of issues affecting the geriatric population, HomeCEUConnection.com offers several new courses including Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain, Syndromes: Evidence-Based Functional Interventions and Examination,

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