Presented By: Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS
*CE credits are not available for this course
The Home Exercise Program (HEP) is perhaps one of the greatest tools employed by the rehabilitation professional. It is used in every setting and historically is provided in one of the first visits. However, based on the evidence, compliance is far from optimal and may be largely our fault. This learning session looks to explore the evidence, examine the reasons impacting ideal compliance, and provide a framework to optimizing patient HEP success!
Benefits to Attending:
- Learn the “magic number” for optimum HEP compliance
- Examine the ten reasons patients are not compliant
Chad Hensel, PT, DPT, MHS, CSCS, is a licensed, clinical physical therapist with over 25 years of experience in sports medicine, orthopedics, subacute, neurological, and work hardening. He obtained his master’s in health science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from the University of Indianapolis. Currently, he is the Director of the PTA Program and Associate Dean of Health at Marion Technical College in Marion, Ohio.
Dr. Hensel is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the NSCA and serves as a founding partner of Creed Supplements, LLC—a sports performance supplement company. He continues to practice clinically at OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus. Dr. Hensel has been presenting continuing education workshops for over ten years in both live and webinar formats. His clinical experience has been focused on outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. Dr. Hensel is also certified as a Trigger Point Dry Needling practitioner. He is a member of the APTA Education Section and attends the Education Leadership Conference annually. He also serves on the wellness committee at his institution.
Chad’s On-Demand Video CE Courses:
A Rehab Professional’s Guide to Pharmacology
Bariatric Management Effective Assessment and Safe Treatment
Exploring Medications and Supplements and the Impact on Physical and Cognitive Function
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
Utilizing Movement Analysis for Exercise Prescription: Part 1