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Webinar Recordings for Evaluation

Individualizing the balance prescription Recording
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

How much is enough? Too much? Course Description: This presentation will include practical clinical applications of the latest evidence in the rehabilitation of geriatric patients with imbalance and dizziness. Participants completing this course will be ready to recognize the common causes, individualize their care (exam and treatment), and set appropriate goals. We will reveal how to...

Gait Training in Cerebral Palsy
Presenter(s): Roberta O'Shea

Interventions and Outcomes. Typically developing children practice walking 50% of waking hours while becoming independent ambulators.  Children with cerebral palsy have much less opportunity to practice.  Studies of effective motor interventions favor intensity of training as the single most important factor in motor learning.  It is not surprising then, that children with CP do not develop...

Instrumented Gait Analysis - Recording
Presenter(s): Amy Winter Bodkin

Course Description: The purpose of this webinar is to introduce participants to instrumented gait analysis (IGA). IGA can provide detailed information about complex gait patterns that are difficult to describe. Kinematics, kinetics, dynamic EMG, plantar pressures, temporal-distance measures and oxygen consumption will be presented and analyzed. Suggestions for appropriate referrals for IGA and...

Chronic Stroke Rehabilitation
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

Implementing high intensity interval training to induce functional improvement + recent clinical advancements. This course will reveal a novel and intense clinical approach built specifically for persons that are 6 months or more in recovery post cerebrovascular accident (CVA).This approach includes Interventions that are designed and built directly from evidence and are adapted with...

Parkinson's Disease: One size DOES NOT fit all
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

Treatment strategies specific to subtype Physical Therapy treatment for Parkinson’s Disease is often oversimplified and defined by one or two global approaches. This course will further the discussion of the various subtypes of Parkinson’s Disease and begin to ascribe treatment strategies specific to each. We will address the primary symptoms in PD and suggest a classification paradigm for...

Determining Fall Risk: Evidence Based Outcome Measures - Recording
Presenter(s): Susan Ostertag

This webinar will identify and describe a number of validated, evidence based outcome measures to assist clinicians with identifying fall risk in older individuals as well as individuals that are living with chronic stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, or mild cognitive deficits.  Resources and information will be provided to assist clinicians with determining normative and cut-off...

Pamela Bosch
Dosing exercise after stroke- Recording
Presenter(s): Pamela Rogers Bosch

Accomplishing aerobic training effects in people with walking impairments. This webinar will review the physiological benefits of aerobic exercise that translate to improved activity and participation for individuals. Current evidence in support of high intensity interval training after stroke will be presented.  Principles of exercise testing and prescription will be...

Treadmill for Students with Autism & Apraxia Protocol - Part II Recording
Presenter(s): Debra Widmer-Reyes

TAAP Part II (Treadmill for students with Autism and Apraxia Protocol) In the process of development, as it integrates through years of organized education, children with special needs display a gap in performance when compared to their typical peers. TAAP was designed, performed and researched with the only goal to decrease the performance gap. 

Course Objectives:...

Geriatric Therapy: Improved intensity- Recording
Presenter(s): Darren Joffs

What to watch for, and what myths abound Focusing on the challenges involved with 50+ year old patients can be daunting for some therapists because of the multiple systems that can be involved. Others treat them with kid gloves, as if they were so fragile, a simple Grade III mobilization would shatter a bone.

Treadmill for Students with Autism & Apraxia Protocol - Part I Recording
Presenter(s): Debra Widmer-Reyes

TAAP (Treadmill for students with Autism and Apraxia Protocol)
In the process of development, as it integrates through years of organized education, children with special needs display a gap in performance when compared to their typical peers. TAAP was designed, performed and researched with the only goal to decrease the performance gap.

Course...

Case Studies 2015 Q2- Recording
Presenter(s): Cecelia Sartor-Glittenberg, Monika K. Patel, Patricia West-Low

An hour long discussion as clinicians present 3 clinical cases of varied patient scenarios using LiteGait. Presenters:
Patricia West-Low - PT, MA, DPT, PCS
Toe walking in a 9 year old: Connective tissue mobilization and neuromuscular re-education incorporating...

Activity-Dependent Plasticity in the Spinal Cord - Recording
Presenter(s): Jonathan R. Wolpaw

Objectives:
At the end of the session, the participants should be able to:
1. Describe the recent recognition of the spinal cord's capacity for activity-dependent plasticity.
2. Explain the important scientific implications of this recognition.
3. Discuss the new therapeutic possibilities that have been introduced by the recognition and exploration of...

Journal Club 2015 Q2- Recording
Presenter(s): Nechama Karman

Thompson AK, Pomerantz FR, Wolpaw JR (2013).
Operant conditioning of a spinal reflex can improve locomotion after spinal cord injury in humans.Neurosci  33(6):2365-75.  

Walking Speed: The 6th Vital Sign - Recording
Presenter(s): Kay Wing

Physical therapists frequently hear our patients  voice that “being able to walk again” is what they hope that physical therapy intervention will help them to achieve.  While much of physical therapy intervention focuses on improving this important functional skill, our assessments do not always reflect a key component of this important task:  velocity.  Self-selected walking speed is a...

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