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Lower Extremity Physical Examination - 2.0 CEs
Get more comfortable performing a physical examination of the legs and feet while earning 2.0 CE nursing credits for AFCNA or WOCN certification. This program is a must for both routine and wound care, and covers vascular, neurological, musculoskeletal and dermatological exams.

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Musculoskeletal Problems & Solutions - 1.0 CEs
From high arches to heel spurs, musculoskeletal problems affect your patients' gait and overall wellbeing. In this video, we'll discuss the causes of these problems and deformities, learn how identify and chart them, and become familiar with correction methods that work - and those that don't.

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Edema & Lymphedema - 1.5 CEs
Swelling of the lower extremities is common in our foot care patients. To help them regain mobility, it'll be important for you to understand the source of their swelling, if and how it's currently being treated, and how you play a pivotal role in getting them back on their feet.

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Charcot Foot & Peripheral Neuropathy - 1.0 CEs
Charcot foot is a common problem, however, there are some common misconceptions surrounding this condition. In this video, we'll identify various causes for neuropathy as well as Charcot foot, and how you can identify the problem early to help find solutions that will mitigate long-term disabilities.

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Wound Care Fundamentals - Part 2 - 1.0 CEs
After you've completed the Fundamentals of Wound Care, you'll be ready to take a deep dive into wound assessment and treatment choices with case samples from Dr. Julia's files.

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Foot Care for Older Adults - 6.5 CEs
Routine foot and nail care for older adults is critical but requires special attention because of the various risks involved. This course will discuss strategies for routine foot care with a focus on assessment, proper interventions and referrals, when necessary.

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Fungus Among Us - 1.5 CEs
As a certified foot care nurse, you'll encounter your fair share of fungal toenails. In addition to being able to identify and treat the problem, foot care nurses need to be able to understand nail physiology to accurately chart and notate, identify conditions that commonly mimic nail fungus and know when to refer patients out.

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Fundamentals of Wound Care - Part One - 1.5 CEs
A a foot care nurse, you'll be able to provide patients with invaluable front-line assessments, treatments and advice. Some wound care will be well within the scope of your practice, including proper cleansing, wound moisture management and debridement. After you've watched this video, you will understand the healing process and how to identify potential hurdles early on, how to address swelling from fluid retention, how to restore moisture to dry wounds and more.

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Routine Foot Care Visit Essentials - 2.0 CEs
Many of your patients will fall into the "high-risk" category for routine foot care; elderly patients, those with diabetes, venous insufficiency and other chronic illnesses. Learn the difference between routine and advanced foot care, how to identify high-risk patients and how to perform conservative foot care for those who need it.

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Gait Exam - 1.5 CEs
The gait cycle is a predictable pattern and as nurses, we can learn a lot from observing our patients walking. An abnormal gait pattern may indicate problems with foot wear, pain or chronic disease. As a foot care nurse, you'll be the first line of defense for seniors who are at risk for developing complications that can result in a decreased quality of life. Learn how to use gait examination to help patients get the right treatment sooner.

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Routine Foot Care Case Studies - 1.5 CEs
Dr. Julia will examine a series of complex foot cases, which have been submitted by nurses for further review after treatment was provided. We will learn whether treatment was appropriate and adequate, and discuss what further interventions may be required.

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Examination and Care of the High Risk Foot - 2 CEs
The Examination & Care of the High Risk Foot online continuing education course will help students to understand and assess exam findings with both venous and arterial diseases of the foot. As part of the overall continuing education program, this course demonstrates essential knowledge for podiatrists, foot care specialists, and nurses who assist and treat high risk patients in a clinical setting.

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Infection Control in Foot Care - 1 CE
The purpose of this course is directed at nurses who are providing routine foot care to their patients or clients. We will cover the importance of preventing cross contamination, disinfectant methods for instruments, and preventing the spread of airborne contagions. Much of this course is covered as part of universal precautions and processes taught in general nursing and healthcare training, but this course will go a little bit deeper into how foot care nurses and podiatrists can protect themselves and their patients during clinical examinations. This course will cover various regulating bodies and publications, but be sure to consult your local healthcare regulating organization to make sure that you are applying proper standards of care.

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How to Make Your Own Foot Care Pads - 1.5 CEs
This is a fun video that shows you how to create your own foot care pads, inserts, and show modifications. Because we are in the field every day, this video will walk you through some techniques you can use to help them deal with foot health issues in the clinical setting without relying on 3rd party products.

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Infection Control Strategies for Private Foot Care Nurses During Covid-19 - 1.5 CE Credits
This is a topical video course that covers various aspects related to COVID-19 health considerations, skin changes during COVID-19, and infection control strategies for traveling, private nurses. Some of these issues and training has been covered before, however, this video addresses new techniques and ways to manage your practice.

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Minor Procedures on Feet and Nails - 2 CE Credits
While some of my viewers don't have a scope of practice to perform some of these foot care procedures, this course is intended to educate everyone on some of the common procedures that are performed in general podiatry. For each of the procedures covered we'll discuss diagnosis of the condition, common pitfalls, and more. By the end of this course, all of those who practice foot health care will have a better understanding of common procedures and how they can benefit patients who present with certain conditions.

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Pedal Dermatology - 2.0 CE Credits
This is a practical program designed to answer your questions about symptoms and conditions that occur while examining your patients feet. Along with skin conditions, we'll cover presentations in the nails, lower extremities and more. The conditions we'll cover in this video include Tinia Pedis (Athlete's Foot), Fungal Toenails, Macerated Innerspaces, Heel Fissures, Hyperkeratotic Lesions, Plantar Warts, Subungual Granuloma, and Pterygium.

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Diabetic Foot Risk Evaluation - 1 CE Credit
In this course we'll be looking at educational resources for patients who suffer from from foot conditions and have cooccurring diabetes. We'll be covering daily cleaning and care, self examination, assessing for proper foot attire, and how to manage redness, cuts, swelling and blisters.

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Routine Foot Care Case Studies - 1.5 CE Credits
This program is a conglomerate of case studies from my own practice and those of other foot care professionals. For these cases, I'll be showcasing patient photos and we will discuss symptoms, conditions, and diagnosis together. This course is designed to provide ideas and suggestions on some of the most common foot and skin ailments that I see in my foot care practice and will give you additional exposure to new and unique cases.

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Shoes, Socks & Inserts for High Risk Feet - 1.5 CE Credits
This goes beyond just diabetics. Seniors, those with comorbidity, and vascular insufficiencies are susceptible to foot injury and disease without proper footwear and equipment. This video will cover footwear and inserts that help care for high risk feet. We'll look at literature, clinical experience, and recommendations on proper shoes, socks, and inserts to help correct various ailments.

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The Diabetic Foot - 2 CE Credits
This course is dedicated to understanding the common conditions, symptoms, and ailments for foot care patients who suffer from diabetes. This disease has a direct impact on foot health and I've spent years helping to treat and heal patients in the clinical setting.

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Charting is Critical - 1 CE Credits
This program will go over all of these issues as well as HIPPA requirements. You will also receive resources including: examples of charting forms for routine foot care, vocabulary, and terminology worksheets.  Don’t overlook this critical program. We all need to be diligent in our care documentation.

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