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2nd Annual Adaptive Neurotechnologies (2022)
April 8, 2022
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Webinar: TEAMS
Presenter(s): AdventHealth University Department of Physical Therapy
Registration Fee: $60.00

SAVE the DATE! 

Principles and Application of Virtual Reality Rehabilitation on Individuals with Neurologic Disorders: At this second annual adaptive neurotechnology event, presentation will focus on the use of virtual reality in the rehabilitation of indivuduals with neurologic disorders, with an emphasis on post-stroke rehabilitation.

NOTE: This event is accredited by CAPTE and provided by the AdventHealth University Department of Physical Therapy; CEUs will be awarded upon full attendance and completion of program evaluation for this webinar; full attendance is required - no partial credit will be awarded.

Discounts available for AHU DPT CIs and students. Contact the AHU Department of Physical Therapy for details.

Registration is not yet open for this event.
2nd Annual AHU Physical Therapy Research Presentation
April 20, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Virtual Platform: TEAMS
Registration Fee: FREE
Hours: 2.00

Save the Date for the 2nd Annual Research Event!

Brought to you by the AdventHealth University Department of Physical Therapy Faculty and Graduating Class of 2022.

Target Audience: Physical Therapists, Community CI's and Clinical Partners

Registration opens this fall - This event will fill up fast. Once you have completed registration you will receive an email with the Webinar links and instructions. 

Note: This event is accredited by the AdventHealth University DPT; 2 CEUs will be awarded upon full attendance and completion of program evaluation for this webinar; full attendance is required; no partial credit will be awarded. .

Accreditors: Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (General)
Registration is not yet open for this event.
Use of Staged Approached for Rehabilitation Classification of Shoulder Disorders (STAR-Shoulder) to Guide Clinical Decision Making
August 15, 2021 - March 31, 2022
00:00 AM
Webinar
Presenter(s): Laura Podschun, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT
Registration Fee: TBA

Physical therapists currently rely upon a pathoanatomic diagnostic process during patient/client management of adults with shoulder pain, yet research indicates that patient impairments and functional limitations are often unrelated to the presence or absence of pathoanatomical findings.  This course will introduce the STAR-Shoulder classification system and explain how this approach facilitates the patient/client management model as described in the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice.

This program is accredited by CAPTE and provided by the AdventHealth University Department of Physical Therapy and upon successful completion the participant will receive 2 CEUs.

Registration is not yet open for this event.