8 Free Contact Hours for Physical Therapists- Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinsons PT

NO LONGER OFFERED FOR FREE

Parkinson’s Disease: A Practical Approach to Evaluation & Treatment for the Physical TherapistPresented by the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation in collaboration with American Parkinson Disease Association, American Physical Therapy Association and Visiting Nurse Service of New York.

There are nearly one million people living in the United States with Parkinson’s disease. This means that physical therapists (PTs) in most practice settings will be managing individuals with Parkinson’s disease as a primary diagnosis or as a co-morbidity. Join your colleagues and nationally recognized experts to discuss current evidencebased approaches to effectively evaluate and treat individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Participants will return to their clinical practice armed with a toolbox of evaluation and treatment options spanning the continuum of care, as well as a current guide to resources for themselves and their patients.

Module 1: Understanding Parkinson’s Disease and the Growth of Physical Therapy as a Viable Treatment Option
Module 2: Understanding the Impact of Exercise on the Brain and Choosing Outcome Measures to Capture Change Following Exercise
Module 3: Evidence-Based Physical Therapy Intervention for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease
Module 4: Maximizing Patient Outcomes For Patients with Parkinson’s: Exploring Options and Creating Connections between Patient, Family, Health Care, and Community

8.0 Free CEUs for Physical Therapists– 2.0 CEUs/module.

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2 Responses to 8 Free Contact Hours for Physical Therapists- Parkinson’s Disease

  1. adelie belle abejar says:

    I would like to join for your free ceu promotion.

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