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Cutting Edge Evidence: Everything a Practicing Clinician Needs to Know to Improve Outcomes After Str

 Export to Your Calendar 4/27/2019 to 4/28/2019
When: Saturday, April 27, 7:30am-5:30pm
Sunday, April 28, 7:30am-12:00pm
Where: Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
2801 Atlantic Avenue
Van Dyke Auditorium
Long Beach, CA  90806
United States
Presenter: Carolee Winstein, PT, PhD; Dorian Rose, PT, PhD; Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT; Nancy Byl, PT, PhD
Contact: Rita Pierson
(916) 929 -2782 x105


Online registration is available until: 4/26/2019
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Course Objectives

At the conclusion of the program, the participant will be able to:

 

  • Summarize the current state of modern stroke rehabilitation practice based on evidence, task forces (StrokeNet) and stroke guidelines
  • Discuss current controversies limiting effectiveness in stroke rehabilitation
  • Outline major practical barrier(s) to restoring function and health for survivors chronic post stroke
  • Synopsize strategies to integrate research evidence and novel rehabilitation training into clinical practice through case examples.

Schedule

Saturday

7:00-7:30 am Registration
7:30-7:45 am Introductions
7:45-8:15 am Summary of the current state of modern stroke rehab practice
8:15-10:00 am Current evidence for or current controversies about

  • Early mobility training 
  • Backward walking
  • Split treadmill
  • Body unweighting

10:00-10:15 am Break
10:15-12:00 pm Current Evidence continued

  • Restoration vs. compensation 
  • Promotion of self-management
  • Health, wellness and fitness

12:00-12:45 pm Lunch provided
12:45-2:00 pm Current Evidence continued

  • Importance of enriched environments for brain repair
  • Robotics
  • Telemedicine

2:00-2:15 pm Break
2:15-5:30 pm Current Evidence Continued

  • New interventions 
  • The placebo effect
  • Dosage
  • Pragmatic issues

Sunday

7:30-8:00 am Review of Saturday’s presentations
8:00-9:30 am Break-out Groups and Case Studies
9:30-9:45 pm Break
9:45-11:15 am Break-out Groups and Case Studies
11:15-12:00 pm Wrap-up, summary and questions

Speaker Bio(s)

Carolee Winstein, PT, PhD, FAPTA is professor of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and directs the Motor Behavior and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA. She holds a joint appointment in the Department of Neurology, USC Keck School of Medicine. She is best known for work concerned with the functional neural and behavioral basis of motor control and learning and its relationship to neurorehabilitation. She has published extensively on scientifically derived neurorehabilitation approaches to enhance recovery and repair after adult onset stroke. Winstein is principal investigator (PI) for the first clinical research network, PTClinResNet, funded by the Foundation for Physical Therapy; she is Co-PI of the first National Institutes of Health (NIH) phase III Multi-site Randomized Clinical Trial of a rehabilitation intervention for upper extremity recovery in stroke, Extremity Constraint-Induced Therapy Evaluation (EXCITE); she is PI for an individual investigator NIH funded grant, Brain and Behavioral Correlates of Arm Rehabilitation after Stroke, a companion to EXCITE; and Co-PI of a NIH roadmap planning and exploratory project, the Interdisciplinary Study of Neuroplasticity and Stroke Rehabilitation (ISNSR). In 2005, she was appointed to the National Advisory Board on Medical Rehabilitation Research (NABMRR) of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) of the NIH. Recent research efforts that provide critical background and experience for the development of innovative approaches in neurorehabilitation include: 1) feasibility of Novel Virtual Environments and Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (NIH Phase I STTR), 2) Safety and Effectiveness of Cortical Stimulation in the Treatment of Upper Extremity Hemiparesis (Northstar Neuroscience, Inc.), and the recently awarded, NIH NINDS/NICHD Interdisciplinary Comprehensive Arm Rehabilitation Evaluation (I-CARE) Stroke Initiative, a Multi-Center phase III Randomized control Trial.

Dorian Rose, PT, PhD is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. Dr. Rose’s interests as a researcher, educator and clinician are in adult neurorehabilitation. She is currently Clinical Research Coordinator for the NIH-funded trial, Locomotor Experience Applied Post-Stroke (LEAPS), and is Principal Investigator of “Homeward Bound,” an investigation in partnership with Brooks Rehabilitation Clinical Research Center to examine the effectiveness of translating motor learning principles into clinical practice. Her research interests are in developing intervention strategies, based on principles of neuroplasticity and motor learning, for the rehabilitation of post-stroke motor control deficits. Dr. Rose received her Ph.D. in Biokinesiology from the University of Southern California.

Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT is a passionate neurologic physical therapist, educator, mentor, learner and forever neuro-nerd. She owns and practices at [re+active] physical therapy & wellness, a state of the art outpatient neurologic physical therapy and wellness practice in Los Angeles. It is here she has the privilege to lead a team of PTs, OTs, yoga therapists and personal trainers to change the lives of people with neurologic disorders. She also gets to lead the clinical education of many students and direct the Schmidt Movement Disorders Fellowship. Her clinical practice is greatly influenced by her teaching (for the last 8 years) of Neuroanatomy and Neuropathology at the University of Southern California, Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. Where else does a PT get to make brains and lesions out of play-doh and tweet summaries from a neurologic differential diagnosis lab? She truly loves a fun and interactive classroom where research, didactic learning, student knowledge and dancing all come together. You will also find Julie online through the NeuroCollaborative where she is spreading the #iloveneuro PT spirit and furthering the profession of neurologic physical therapy.

Nancy Byl, PT, PhD, FAPTA is currently an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. After completing her MPH in 1968, she joined the UCSF faculty in the Division of Ambulatory and Community Medicine. She was the Director of Rehabilitation at Pacific Medical Center and Children's Hospital and then completed her PhD in 1985. She joined the faculty in the Curriculum of Physical Therapy in l985. She had the opportunity to create a joint MPT with San Francisco State University and then created the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science in the School of Medicine in l990. She served as Chair until 2008. In that time, approval was received to offer a DPTSc degree from UCSF/SFSU, to initiate the post professional DPT degree and then the entry level DPT as a joint UCSF/ SFSU degree. The post professional DPT also included CSUFresno. Dr. Byl has received numerous awards including becoming a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and received the Lucy Blair Service Award. From the California Chapter of the APTA, she has also received the Charles Magistro Award for Outstanding Service, the Royce B. Noland Award of Merit, and the Outstanding Research Presentation Award. She has served on the Board of Directors of the CPTA for multiple terms and currently is President of the Physical Therapy Fund which supports research for young physical therapy investigators. Dr. Byl currently provides specialty lectures in the academic program, provides patient care in the UCSF PT Health and Wellness Center and is involved in multiple clinical research studies involving rehabilitation technology and exercise programs for patients post stroke and post Parkinson’s Disease.

CEUs

13.0 contact hours or 1.3 CEUs

Instruction Level: Basic-Intermediate
Format: Lecture with breakout sessions for interactive case review and discussion.
Target Audience: PTs, PTAs

Cost

Registration received by April 13, 2019
$500 APTA PT members
$350 APTA PTA members
$200 APTA Student members
$800 Non-members

Add $100 for late registration.
No on-site registration permitted.

Cancellation

All cancellation requests must be received in writing – no exceptions. A full refund, less 20% service fee, if cancellation is received 14 days prior to the start of the course. No refunds after April 13, 2019.

Parking 

Garage parking is available for $6 per day (no in and out privileges). See map.

Hotels

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