COVID NOTICE and 2021 COURSES

Thank you for your patience

Skill Works is very happy to announce that we will be restarting courses at the end of 2021 with the following changes:

  • We are changing our content delivery to a hybrid format, utilizing a combination of online and in-person instruction.
    1. Material formerly presented in-person as lectures  and discussion will be delivered online through recorded lectures, followed by live online webinars with Dr. Landel.
    2. Online course content can be completed alone, without completing the lab experience.
    3. Once the online portions of the course have been completed, participants can attend the live, in-person lab sessions.
  • We will follow all applicable local, state and federal health advisories for our live, in-person labs to ensure the health, safety and well-being of participants, faculty and facility employees. This will include mandated PPE and physical distancing requirements.
  • We will continue to assess participant knowledge and skill acquisition through written, oral and practical competency examinations.

Participants can be assured that the same high quality content and instruction that Skill Works is known for will continue.

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The Skill Works Advantage

State of the Art, Immediately Practical

Why Skill Works?

Become a Better Physical Therapist

  • Cutting edge knowledge and technique

  • Insights into managing complex patient presentations: vestibular dysfunction, cervicogenic dizziness, post-concussion syndrome, vertiginous migraines

  • Plentiful lab time and personal feedback

  • 16 to 1 maximum Participant to Instructor ratio

  • Competency-based: gives you the confidence to put new knowledge and practices into immediate action

October 16-17, 2021

Our next in-person course will be in Raleigh, NC

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What People are Saying

“The Cervicogenic Dizziness course is the answer I have spent 3 years searching for. These soldiers are suffering. Cervicogenic dysequilibrium in someone with no history of PTSD is not a terribly big deal, but these guys are being fed the thought that something is so wrong with their brain that the Neurologists can't find it on an MRI. They won't admit it but they are frightened, their PTSD is worsened by it, I don't know how many battle hardened 30 year Sgts have sat in my chair with tears in their eyes when I tell them it's not their brain it's their neck and we can make it go away in a couple of weeks to a month. You and Rob are helping a lot of good folks with more than dizziness here which is why I want to get this info out there to other Physical Therapists”