July 19, 2019
July 20, 2019
- Early $295 until June 14, 2019
- Late $350 from June 15 - July 19, 2019
Registration fees include Morning refreshments, lunch, and a parking pass.
HCR silicone rubber is a versatile material that is inert, very flexible, and suitable for prosthetic use. HCR silicone rubbers are claylike in the pre-cured state and may be formed into almost any shape without the need to build complex molds. Available as a two-part system, this compound is mixed with the help of a two-roll mill and baked at a low temperature to achieve cured, durable rubber. It is available in several compatible formulations that produce different finished firmness. Add new power to your problem-solving capabilities with these adaptable, elastic, ultra-strong materials making liners, partial feet, and hand and finger appliances. The lecture portion will cover specialized equipment and handling techniques needed for proficiency in fabricating this material. During the hands-on lab, all attendees will make a silicone liner. This CE course is approved for 8 CEU credits by ABC; 9.25 CEU credits by BOC; 6 MCE by OPC.
Stefan Knauss MAMS, CPO
Stefan has been practicing prosthetics for 30 years and is the owner of Aesthetic Prosthetics Inc. a company primarily dedicated to anaplastology since 1999. His specialized work with silicone rubber brought him to an appreciation of HCR silicone for applications in orthotics and prosthetics. Stefan earned a bachelor’s degree from Occidental College and studied at the Art Center College of Design. A graduate of Northwestern University School of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Stefan later earned his Masters of Associated Medical Sciences degree from the Craniofacial Center in the Department of Maxillofacial Prosthetics at the University of Illinois. Stefan is certified in prosthetics and orthotics by the ABC.
Ruthie H. Dearing, MHSA, JD
O & P Technology Program
Spokane Falls Community College
3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive
Spokane, Washington 99224
509-533-3231 FAX 509-533-4143