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With the rapid evolution of technology, it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest innovation. College Park Campus offers education, training, and certification opportunities for prosthetists, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals interested in learning more about the world of prosthetics.

Learn how to optimize outcomes with College Park’s products or earn ABC credits to maintain your board certification. These courses and resources will help you and your patients grow and find successful results. College Park Campus is designed to help you reach new career goals while providing the best possible solutions for patient care.

This is only the beginning! Our team of experts is continuously adding content and courses for your benefit. The College Park Campus library is routinely growing, so stay tuned for more!

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General Class Offerings

Welcome to the Espire Elbow

This course focuses on introducing the Espire Elbow content through the historical timeline, prosthetic and anatomical terms, and myoelectric basics. Each model of the Espire Elbow is also described and compared against other models.

Espire Elbow Features and Functions

This course provides detailed information on the Espire Elbow’s technical features and specifications. The functionality behind TruSignal™ technology and the fabrication process are described in detail through images and video. The last section presents common patient questions with answers from an expert, specifically focusing on the Espire Elbow.

Espire Elbow Hub App Overview

This course provides an overview of each step to using the Espire Hub application for the iPad. By navigating through each screen, the learner develops knowledge on available menus, options and thresholds. The course provides step-by-step guidance through the following app screens: Home, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Switching, System Settings, System Alterations and Advanced Myo Control.

Guardian, Victor and Capital Knee

This course features, functions adjustments and foot selection for both the Guardian Knee, Victor Knee, and Capital Knee. The first section focuses on the Guardian Knee’s manual lock, competitors and adjustments. The second section focuses on the appropriate patient, key features and adjustments specific to the Victor Knee. The final section introduces the new Capital Hydraulic Knee from College Park.

Capital Hydraulic Knee

This course provides an overview of the features and functions of the new Capital Hydraulic Knee from College Park. The main focus of the course is product functionality, including stance phase, swing phase, stumble recovery, and trigger point adjustment. This detailed course concludes with product specifications and billing codes..

MyHand from Hy5

This course opens with a video featuring a mechanical design engineer from Hy5 describing and demonstrating the functionality and features of the product. Following the overview, the course moves to the vision of the product and the functionality from the user’s perspective. The course concludes with the product’s key highlights and service information.

CEU CUrriculum Offerings

Upper Extremity Prosthetics and the Espire Elbow System

This course will review upper extremity prosthetic terminology, anatomy, and myoelectric basics. In addition to a general overview, the specifics of the Espire elbow system will be discussed. This will include myoelectric and body-powered configurations and control strategies for an above the elbow prosthetic wearer. The course will also review the differences between Espire models, and which is best suited for a specific patient based on patient product requirements. The last section focuses on the Espire Hub application, including programming basics through the Hub app and a walk-through of reconfiguring an elbow through Bluetooth connection.

Lower Extremity Prosthetics

This course will provide a review of anatomical terms applicable to lower limb prosthetics and those terms specific to College Park. A review of gait and normal human locomotion and how it applies to amputee gait. Prosthetic coding and billing review, to clarify some common misconceptions in prosthetic reimbursement. A detailed overview of the function of prosthetic knees and hydraulic ankle systems including the offerings from College Park. The clinician and technician will benefit from the information presented to enhance their understanding of appropriate lower extremity selection criteria to best suit the individual patient. We will discuss the industry standards of K-levels in the amputee community as well. The mission of the course is to provide the enrollees with an enhanced understanding of the impact of limb loss and the benefits of restoring this loss to meet the specific needs of the individual. The enrollees will have a better understanding of the "why" behind the engineering and design of the prosthetic products presented. The goal of impressing upon the enrollees that we are not merely replacing a "part", but we must replace "function" as well.

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