The PCC course content will be released on January 31st, 2020 and will be accessible until November 16th, 2020

All practical webinars will be uploaded to your practical crash course portal.

Exclusive Practical Crash Course materials.

  • Practical Crash Course Mini Manual

  • Four practice stations with detailed answer keys

  • BONUS: the first 50 students that register for this course will receive 16 practical stations – you can use these to create your own mock OSCE day

Four LIVE sessions hosted by Erin Reeds with Q&A time.

  • Session 1 (March 23, 2020) — Auscultation and Review of CAPR’s 2020 Blueprint Changes

  • Session 2 (April 9, 2020) — Exercise Prescription Frameworks and Practice Stations

  • Session 3 (April 20, 2020) — Difficult Transfer Explained

  • Session 4 (May 28, 2020) — Ethical Practice Questions, Psychosocial History and Frameworks

  • Bonus Session, Last Minute Must Know Practical Tips and Q&A

All sessions will be at least one hour and will be held at 5:30pm (PST) / 8:30pm (EST)

Sessions will be recorded so students will be able to watch them anytime.

Practical webinars will be uploaded so you can rewatch them anytime! Topics will include:

  • 3 Stations, 3 Fails
  • Joint Mobilizations — What You Need to Know
  • Mastering Range of Motion Stations
  • TMJ Bootcamp – Mastering the Objective Exam
  • Breathing Techniques Frameworks
  • Mastering Cranial Nerves for Your Exam
  • Spinal Cord Injuries – What You Need to Know for Your Exam
  • Must Know Anatomy — Part 1
  • Must Know Anatomy — Part 2
  • Selecting the Appropriate Transfer
  • Exercise Progressions and Regressions
  • Last Minute Must Know Practical Tips and Q&A

About Your Instructor


Erin Reeds

Erin graduated with her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from UBC in 2007 after completing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Victoria in 2005. She has over 9 years of experience designing and implementing effective rehabilitation programs for clients with complex care needs including musculoskeletal and neurological injuries. Erin has worked in both acute hospital as well as private practice rehabilitation settings. She is passionate about neurological rehabilitation, specifically working with individuals who have suffered from acquired or traumatic brain injuries as well as individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Since graduating, Erin has sought out and engaged in over 20 relevant courses and workshops. She has completed numerous courses in Parkinson’s rehabilitation and is certified in both LSVT BIG and PWR and currently teaches weekly group PWR classes for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Erin is certified in Acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI) and is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) allowing her to teach weekly adapted yoga classes to individuals with disabilities. In addition to practicing as a physiotherapist at a private neurological clinic, Erin has developed exceptional leadership skills with the experience she has gained managing that same clinic.Erin has been a yearly examiner for the PCE over the last 7 years and has a great understanding of the examination process. She recognizes the importance of being accountable to timelines and is passionate about providing a positive, effective learning environment to foster success for the candidates who are taking the PCE. Erin is excited to be a part of the PT Exam Prep team and looks forward to working with you!

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