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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.

Vestibular Rehabilitation and Gait - Recording
Presenter(s): Keith Khoo

No matter where you practice you are likely to encounter patients with symptoms of dizziness and imbalance. Their symptoms may be from a known cause like a sinus infection or whiplash from a motor vehicular accident or can be part of a more complex and chronic condition that has led to a central sensory processing disorder. Balance is the ability to stand, and gait is rhythmic stepping...

What Works: Eliciting an energy-efficient gait pattern in the neurologically impaired population
Presenter(s): Nechama Karman

The normal gait pattern is remarkably efficient, harnessing momentum and ground reaction forces to minimize the energy cost of walking. Following neurological injury, various movement impairments impede the ability to implement this pattern, leading to a decrease in walking, functional performance and participation. In this webinar we will identify how these impairments impede gait ability and...

Pilates Principles and PWB: Improving Outcomes Balance of Mind and Body
Presenter(s): Darren Joffs

The benefits of utilizing LiteGait in therapy have been well documented, but can you do more? The overall demand on healthcare professionals to get better outcomes in less time and for less money are requiring all proactive therapists to evaluate their methods. One of the easiest changes may be one of the oldest. In 1934, Joseph Pilates introduced a fundamental change to approaching overall...

Use of Electrical Stimulation to Improve Function in the Neurological Population
Presenter(s): Susan Ostertag

This webinar provides information about the application of electrical stimulation through Neuro Muscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES ) for muscle strengthening, modifying abnormal tone, increasing range of motion, providing neuromuscular re-education, and improving functional mobility in the neurologically involved population.

Geriatric Orthopedics Part III: Re and pre-habilitating the aging athlete
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

This course will be an extension of the Geriatric Orthopedics series of webinars, part III of III*. The presentation will focus on clients that have chronic pain: back, knee, or ankle. We will not be addressing spinal stenosis (as it was covered on part I). Attendees will be presented with evidence-based management that is translated into and expanded on with videotape case examples for...

Is your Multiple Sclerosis patient that different?
Presenter(s): Keith Khoo

The webinar will provide the Physical Therapist and Occupational Therapist with the framework to appropriately identify their Multiple Sclerosis patient from their other neurologically impaired patients. This introductory course is designed to enable physical and occupational therapists to devise an effective intervention plan for their Multiple Sclerosis...

Geriatric Orthopedics Part II Re and pre-habilitating the aging athlete
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

This course will be an extension of the Geriatric Orthopedics series of webinars, part II of III. The presentation will focus on clients that have chronic pain: back, knee, or ankle. We will not be addressing spinal stenosis (as it was covered on part I). Attendees will be presented with evidence-based management that is translated into and expanded on with videotape case examples for optimal...

Geriatric Orthopedics Part I: Re and pre-habilitating the aging athlete
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

This course is intended to present the recent evidence in geriatric orthopedics and to assist clinicians in a direct application of these principles. Part I of a III part series will include the diagnostic groups: spinal stenosis, TKR, THR. Videotape case examples will help to make this translation effective.
      

Gait Speed: The 6th Vital Sign What Why and How
Presenter(s): Nechama Karman

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...

Neurological and Anatomical Function Part II
Presenter(s): John P. Handrakis, Veronica Southard

A logical method of history taking that will guide the direction of examination will be given. Common presentations of central and peripheral nervous system pathology will be also provided. Clinical decision-making regarding materials will be encouraged. Materials discussed in the first two parts will be used to address the case studies that conclude this webinar. Participants will be polled...

Neurological and Anatomical Function - In Health and Disease States Part I
Presenter(s): John P. Handrakis, Veronica Southard

This webinar will be covering a top-down review of the anatomy and function of the central and peripheral nervous systems, list tests of integrity for the major components as well as signs and symptoms of pathology for each of those structures. A demonstration of a detailed organized screening process will follow in order to assist the participant in recognizing the presence of neuropathology...

Speed & Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy - More Linked Than You Think
Presenter(s): Nechama Karman

In this 90 minute webinar we will examine the interaction between spasticity, motor strategy and biomechanics as they apply to gait in children with cerebral palsy. We will discuss how to have an impact on these via the manipulation of gait training parameters in the treatment of children. We will review use of BWS to accomplish specific targeted outcomes.
At the conclusion of this...

Applications to Help Objectify Your OutcomesEasier and more beneficial than you might think
Presenter(s): Mike Studer

This webinar be focused on making good clinicians great. On the initial clinical examination, outcome data helps patients and therapists understand exactly what to prescribe (home exercise, clinical intervention) and why they are doing it. On re-examination, outcome data helps both parties determine how the prescription of clinical and home intervention has worked and how to modify treatment....

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