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Kay Wing, PT, DPT, NCS

Kay Wing Instructor Bio:
Kay Wing, PT, DPT, NCS is the owner of Southwest Advanced Neurological Rehabilitation (SWAN Rehab), an outpatient rehabilitation facility specializing in the treatment of stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological diseases. She received her physical therapy degree at Northwestern University and her doctorate of physical therapy from Northern Arizona University. She is a board certified specialist in neurological physical therapy. Dr. Wing has taught courses in neurological rehabilitation and mobility training as well as instructed PNF workshops throughout the United States and internationally for many years.

Dr. Wing has collaborated with A.T. Still University, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona State University in clinical research to incorporate research into clinical practice and is an adjunct faculty member at Northern Arizona University and A.T. Still University. Dr. Wing is the recipient of the Section on Administration Outstanding Service Award, the Arizona Physical Therapy Association Outstanding Physical Therapist of the Year award, the Neurology Section Award for Clinical Excellence in Neurology, and the Henry O. and Florence P. Kendall Practice Award. She was also a finalist for the 2016 Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Athena award.

Kay Wing's Continuing Education Courses

Fundamentals of Therapeutic Exercise Part One

Fundamentals of Therapeutic Exercise Part One

This course is part of our GCS Prep-Program. Learn more about the full prep-program here: MedBridge GCS Prep-Program.

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Fundamentals of Therapeutic Exercise Part Two

Fundamentals of Therapeutic Exercise Part Two

This course is part of our GCS Prep-Program. Learn more about the full prep-program here: MedBridge GCS Prep-Program.

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Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Mat Interventions

Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Mat Interventions

Geriatric patients with neurological deficits will present with a range of functional abilities. Clinicians will benefit from the addition of strategies to their intervention repertoire in order to provide the most efficacious treatment.… Read Morearrow_right

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Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Postural Transitions & Gait

Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Postural Transitions & Gait

Once a patient has mastered the functional task of sitting, the next progression is often to standing, with the ultimate goal of walking. Standing is the basis of a number of transitional positions in walking, so if one is unable to stand,… Read Morearrow_right

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Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Balance

Interventions for Neurological Diagnoses: Balance

Older adults with neurological deficits have a greater risk of falling due to balance-related issues. This can lead to fear of falling, which in turn may decrease the patient’s mobility and further increase the risk of falling. This decreased… Read Morearrow_right

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