stroke rehab continuing education

Stroke rehab continuing education using ADLs to promote independence

Creating engaging inpatient rehab activities to enhance the fundamental skills required for independent living (ADLs) and instrumental activates (IADLs) can be challenging.   Physical and cognitive deficits often impede the successful execution of an activity.  One successful approach to promoting independent function instructed in our stroke rehab continuing education courses is Read more…

Tone management continuing education to optimize neuro patient care

Tone and the neurological patient Understanding tone with neurological patients is an essential continuing education course topic for occupational and physical therapists. Tone management continuing education needs to be part of any neurological educational program. Let’s say that you are working with a patient and notice an increase in their Read more…

Acute care physical therapy continuing education

Acute care physical therapy continuing education – Atelectasis

Immobility and the supine position creates a physiologically dysfunctional environment. As a component of acute care physical therapy continuing education, understanding the physiological effects of positioning and immobility provides a pathway to developing appropriate care plans for acute care patients. Multiple studies have been published on the positive impact that Read more…

Central and Peripheral Vestibular Function

Occupational and Physical Therapists can significantly impact the rehabilitation of patients with vestibular related issues. The ability to perform comprehensive examinations and identify central vs. peripheral lesions is essential to developing successful vestibular programs. Restoring Synergy is a new, online course presented by North American Seminars/Healthclick that provides a comprehensive Read more…