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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. 

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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...

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...

Nechama Karman is the current host and presenter of our 'Journal Club' Webinars.
Journal Club 2015 Q1- Recording
Presenter(s): JC Webinar Host

Szturm T, Maharjan P, Marotta JJ, Shay B, Shrestha S, Sakhalkar V. (2013). 
The interacting effect of cognitive and motor task demands on performance of gait,balance and cognition in young adults. 
Gait & Posture 38(4):596-602. 

Fran Guardo
Pediatric Orthopedic Deformity & Adv. Treatment - Recording
Presenter(s): Fran Guardo

This course will present a variety of pediatric orthopedic congenital and developmental delay. Common and advanced surgical and therapeutic treatment options will be discussed. Limb lengthening techniques using external fixation and the internal precise nail will be presented with Radiologic case reviews. Basic concepts of rehabilitation techniques for the limb lengthening and deformity...

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...

What Makes the Hemispherectomy Child Different
Presenter(s): Nisha Pagan, Stella DeBode

We will describe cross sectional and longitudinal data of a group of chronic patients 6-15 years after surgery, clinical presentations and treatment options grounded in the underlying neuroanatomy together with specific challenges of this population.
 

Pharmacology - Pain Management
Presenter(s): Annie Burke-Doe

This webinar will discuss medications used to treat pain and inflammation in the rehabilitation setting. Dr. Burke-Doe will present aspects of pain leading to functional disability, basic pain pathways and drug families used to treat peripheral and central pain. We will explore how medications can improve physical therapy treatment and outcomes.

Objectives:
Describe the components...

Making Sense of G Codes: Evidence-based outcome measures and interventions for compliance with Medicare restrictions
Presenter(s): Brady Whetten

The purpose of this presentation is to provide clinicians with a battery of evidence-based outcome measures for elderly individuals that are compliant with G-codes. Every patient that presents to outpatient physical therapy has different needs and will require different outcome measures. Case studies will be provided to break down specific instances that each outcome measure could be utilized...

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...

Pediatric Stroke Children are Not Small Adults
Presenter(s): Hemda Rotem

This webinar will present the physical therapy perspective of the evaluation procedures, treatment strategies and innovative techniques in the rehabilitation of a child post-stroke - from the emergency room to community.
Topics:
Epidemiology

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