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The Studer Course May 2020!
May 6 - May 8
Our 5th offering of the applications and translations course known as “The Studer Course” is now OPEN for registration!
Be prepared to be challenged. In this course, you will be challenged in your theoretical frameworks, the application of such, your “patient handling” both with verbal, manual and body-gesture cues, as well as your expectations of patient success. Have no fear! Just because YOU will be challenged, does not mean that the instructor (Mike) thinks that what he is doing is an absolute, requiring an indoctrination, or “has it all figured out”. If you would like to explore the most current theories in neurological rehabilitation and watch those (and more not yet in publication) be applied on real patients in a real clinical practice setting – THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU. Walk out of The Studer Course, ready to translate in any direction you need: clinic to lab; clinic to classroom; or clinic to clinic.
Arrive Wednesday afternoon, for a class-start at 4pm. Be ready for the latest from the NWRA team’s Healthy Aging/Neurology program! A two hour lecture, followed by dinner with the presenters!
Full, make that FULL day of observations, interactions, applications and investigations: 7am-5pm on Thursday, May 7th. This will be followed by a summary session (lecture, discussion, dinner).
Friday morning applications and discussions, again IN THE CLINIC with/”on” patients + bonus explorations.
Comfortably travel home, beating the weekend rush with a 10am class dismissal. Absorb the knowledge over the weekend!
Email inquiries, registration: email@example.com
$499 for 14+ hours of the most applicable and informative course that you have EVER attended!
“16 years in practice, hundreds of courses. This was THE BEST COURSE that I have EVER taken!”
“I was able to utilize principles learned in this course ASAP. I have increase
patient autonomy! Decision making with goal! Day to day therapy choices. I
have used external goals! Analogies to direct optimal movement in general!
In general, increase the level of creativity within treatment. “
“The dynamic learning environment was engaging and the patient involvement helped to solidify concepts. “
” I cannot tell you how much I gleaned from your course. It has dramatically changed how I am structuring my interventions and documenting/ choosing outcome measures.”
“100%! This has been the most useful/immediately applicable course I have been to. Thank you Mike. This
has been incredibly impactful. Looking forward to learning from you in the future.”