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Join me for this patient and caregiver-focused presentation on managing and improving tolerance to distractions with Parkinson's Disease.Find out more »
Maximizing Motor Learning: Neurology, Geriatrics, Orthopedics – the course that your patients cannot afford for you to miss!
New course confirmation: March 23, 2019 at The Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Center in Glen Allen, VA.Find out more »
The next course offering of The Studer Course http://mikestuder.com/the-studer-course/at Northwest Rehabilitation Associates is now confirmed with (as of this writing) 4 spots remaining, on April 10-11-12, 2019. More details are available about this course on this site: http://mikestuder.com/the-studer-course/ . This is an onsite, interactive course with patient demonstration (9 hours) and presentation (4 hours), for a total of 13 CEUs.Find out more »
At the highest level, athletes have stored procedural memories, ready to use in their sport. They can adjust these movements in the context of the game with consideration of fatigue, situation, environmental conditions, and opponent. Procedural memories are automatic in nature, and are processed without direct and consistent conscious control. In the most skilled athletes, these movements are resistant to environmental distractions (crowd, opponent taunting, pain)? After a concussion, when is an injured athlete truly safe enough to return, to…Find out more »
This event will be held at the Providence Portland Medical Center. It is a part of the annual "Mike Studer Lecture Series". This course will reveal a novel and intense clinical approach built specifically for persons that are 6 months or more in recovery post cerebrovascular accident (CVA); with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) after brain injury or surgery (from concussion, to TBI, to tumor) , .This approach includes Interventions that are designed and built directly from…Find out more »