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How to HIIT Your Target: Using High-Intensity Interval Training in All Settings (NTD)
Therapy 2000
2535 Lone Star Drive
Dallas, TX 75212
Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
Category: District Meetings

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) can be used to increase the value of Physical Therapist services through improved efficiency, compliance, and effectiveness. HIIT can be utilized in all patient populations and settings to achieve higher patient and therapist satisfaction. When implemented properly, HIIT demonstrates the highest level of skill and safety Physical Therapists can provide for aerobic interventions. 2CCUs

At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Explain the contributions of vital sign and exertion monitoring to High Intensity Interval training program design.
2. Properly assess and interpret patient vital signs in response to activity, distinguishing signs of activity intolerance when present, and modify program appropriately.
3. Justify use of chosen exertion rating scale and aerobic capacity test based on patient needs and presentation.
4. Demonstrate patient-directed language for explaining different aspects of High Intensity Interval Training that value patient response and input.
5. Design a High Intensity Interval Training program for specific patient case that addresses functional needs and patient-driven outcomes

Speaker(s)
Dr. Kaelee Brockway is a core faculty member at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Dallas campus and currently practices in skilled nursing, but she spent the last six years practicing in home health care. She is a Board Certified Geriatric Specialist and an Advanced Credentialed Exercise Expert for Aging Adults. Dr. Brockway was a Heart and Lung Transplant Educator for a large health system and served on the Board of Directors for the Michigan Physical Therapy Association prior to moving to Texas in 2018. Her focus is providing patients with the highest value therapy services by implementing patient-specific interventions which she typically achieves through the use of High-Intensity Interval Training. Her passion is educating physical therapists how to provide primary management of advanced chronic diseases through exercise prescription and heath education.

Schedule
6:00-6:45pm - Dinner and networking
6:45-7:00pm - Business meeting and announcements
7:00-9:00pm - CCU presentation

Fees
You must login to your TPTA Member Account to receive member pricing. Do not create a new login. If you are unable to login to your member account, email [email protected] for assistance. 

PT/PTA Members: $20
PT/PTA Non Members: $30
Students: $15

Additional Locations
A live stream of the meeting is available at our satellite location at United Regional, 1600 11th Street, Wichita Falls, Texas, 76301. We are currently not charging for CCUs at this location. Meals are NOT provided. 

Please contact Joel Blanco if you plan to attend the satellite location or for more information, [email protected]

Cancellation Policy 
No Refunds

Additional Information
You must register by January 19th in order to be guaranteed a meal at the meeting, as we must provide our food vendor with final numbers in advance. It is helpful to save your registration confirmation e-mail if any issues arise at the door.

This will be an interactive presentation with active participation expected! Attendees are free to wear active wear. Handouts will be provided. Meals are NOT guaranteed for on-site registrants.

Registration

Register onsite.


Contact: Carling Butler at [email protected]