The Studer Course – REGISTRATION FULL
December 4 @ 4:00 pm - December 6 @ 4:00 pm$475.00
The Studer Course is a novel 3 day (Wednesday evening through Friday morning) program consisting of 4 hours of presentation and 9 hours of clinical observation and participation, to directly translate and apply the principles conveyed. Participants should be ready for this intense 13 hour course, hosted at the Healthy Aging and Neurology site of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates in beautiful Salem, Oregon.
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.
- Identify current resources in scientific literature and popular culture that clarify knowledge translation in neurological rehabilitation.
- Identify principles utilized during patient treatment in the Northwest Rehabilitation Associates Clinic that are congruent with current best practice.
- Analyze and apply concepts of dual tasking as an element of neurological rehabilitation.
- Analyze application of elements of OPTIMAL Theory in neurological rehabilitation.
This course is reserved for 6 or fewer clinicians at a time
3270 Liberty Rd S
Salem, OR 97302