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Occupational Therapist


Splinting 109

Mobilization Splints: Dynamic, Serial-Static, and Static Progressive Splinting


2.0

  • Analyze and describe the biomechanics of dynamic splinting
  • Identify effects of force on soft tissue
  • Understand the way to apply appropriate tension
  • Identify common uses of dynamic splinting
  • List the goals of dynamic splinting
  • List the materials necessary for fabrication of a dynamic splint
  • Explain the risks of applying dynamic force
  • Identify contraindications for application of a dynamic splint
  • Describe the fabrication steps of three dynamic splints
  • Identify instances in which dynamic splinting is appropriate
  • Explain sources of force in dynamic splinting

Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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