CC Promoted Courses

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Course Title: Comprehensive Proprioceptive Rehabilitation for Ataxia

Presenter: Douglass Weiss, PT, DPT

Sponsor: Neurolastic Institute

CCUs: 24.5 CCUs

Dates: On Demand

Location: On Demand

Course Description: Advance your treatment approach to rehabilitation for clients with stroke, Parkinson's disease, neurologic damage, and central vertigo. Proprioceptive rehab is an innovative approach to improving walking, balance, and stability that uses balance challenges and functional activity training. A fully-evidence-based and systematic approach to neuroscience rehab allows the therapist to adjust treatment to each client as they progressively improve. Learn to restore and improve gait quickly, and decrease falls. Master treatment that can significantly reduce dizziness and vertigo in clients with persistent central vertigo.

  • The innovative format includes more than 300 concise (3-5 minute) videos, handbooks, and supplemental material
  • Discover how proprioceptive training can improve balance and reduce dizziness in your senior clients
  • Proprioceptive rehabilitation offers a dramatic new approach to treating ataxia
  • Learn how balance-challenge activities can be more effective than strengthening for neurologic damage
  • Learn hundreds of proprioceptive exercises that can be done with little or no equipment in the gym, hospital room, hallway, or client's home
  • Learn how to diagnose and treat persistent central vertigo

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Posted 2/21/24

Course Title: Breathe, Baby Breathe: Developmental Imterventions for Infants with Tracheostomy Tubes

Presenter: Holly Schifsky, OTR/L, CNT, NTMTC, CBIS

Sponsor: Education Resources, Inc.

CCUs: 8.5 CCUs

Dates: On-demand

Location: On-demand

Course Description: Advance your assessment, treatment, and outcomes for infants requiring a tracheostomy tube. Medical co-morbidities associated with infants requiring a tracheostomy tube, implications of the tracheostomy tube on oral feeding/motor development, integrating physical rehabilitation treatments and respiratory therapy interventions to maximize infant outcomes with oral feeding, motor development, and daily activities related to play skills will be discussed. Expand your practice by integrating evidence into your clinical decision-making including reading/interpreting vent settings during interventions for objective assessments of infants that are intubated or have tracheostomy tubes.

Expanded lecture/lab section devoted to infants with tracheostomy tubes include oral motor, feeding interventions, postural control, manual cough facilitation, positioning/handling, integrating use of a one-way valve into treatment, weaning respiratory support, and durable medical equipment recommendations for infant/family in preparation for home discharge.

This course will focus on infants up to 12 months corrected gestational age with information, applicable to clinicians working in the NICU. PICU, transitional pediatric care, in-home therapy, early intervention, and outpatient clinics.

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