Norton Full CDT Certification

Nov 3, 2018

Nov 11, 2018

8:00 am To 7:00 pm

4001 North Ninth Street, Suite 230, Arlington, VA 22203

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$2900

(866) 808-2249 or (703) 522-7637

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Event Description

Date: November 3 – 11
Time: 8:00am–7:00pm
Early Tuition $2,900 // Regular Rate $3,200

Class Times
A total of 135 hours of instruction is provided in the Full CDT Certification Course comprised of 90 hours of classroom instruction and 45 hours of home study. Class hours are 8:00am–7:00pm.

Home Study Program
The Home Study Program is comprised of the following components: (1) multimedia “Nine-Part Theoretical Home Study” online course; multimedia “Lymphedema Bandaging: Video Practical Instruction” online course; multimedia “Manual Lymph Drainage: Video Practical Instruction” online course; (2) various online theoretical reference components; (3) a Course Manual and Online Reference Guide; (4) five DVDs covering various lymphedema topics; (5) the “Textbook of Lymphology” by M. Foeldi. 45 hours of home study are expected of the student. The Home Study Program will provide an opportunity for the student to develop an extensive knowledge of the theoretical components of lymphedema therapy.

Organizers

Maureen McBeth

443-926-6926

443-926-6926

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About the Instructor

Maureen is currently Program Manager for Women's Health of The Center for Restorative Therapies at Mercy Hospital, Baltimore Maryland. Earning her masters in physical therapy from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, PA, Ms. McBeth joined Mercy in 2005 and is responsible for program development, planning and marketing of women's health initiatives at The Center for Restorative Therapies at Mercy. She evaluates and treats a full outpatient caseload that is approximately 50% lymphedema patients, coordinating the development of a comprehensive lymphedema management program for upper and lower extremities with both inpatient and outpatient departments. Prior to joining Mercy, Ms. McBeth was a senior level physical therapist with the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania with Mercy Health Systems in Philadelphia and also as a staff PT with the Montgomery County Geriatric and Rehabilitation Center in Royersford, PA. She is also a LANA certified lymphedema therapist. Ms. McBeth has a number of medical presentations and research to her credit. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the women's health and oncology sections, and is a member of the National Lymphedema Network.

Registration Details

Go to the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy Full CDT Certification Course online registration page. Please read through the agreement below and indicate you have done so at the bottom of the page. You may then proceed to the checkout page where you will be prompted for your contact and payment information. Please do not hesitate to call us toll-free at (866) 808-2249 if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you in one of our upcoming courses!

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