Target Audience: PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP
Approved Status applies to “Live” requirement for:
PT: AR, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, LA, NE, NJ, NC, OK, TN, TX, VA
OT: DE, FL, KS, NY, TN, AOTA
SLP: CA, CT,
ME, MS, ASHA
In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to the six distinctly different parameters of improvement available to achieve full rehabilitation potential. For people recovering from a stroke, these include neuroplasticity, strength, muscular and cardiovascular endurance, balance, and psychological. How to access these and where to focus, is specific to the time after recovery, the type of stroke, individual traits and extrapersonal variables. If you are ready to take your patient AND your practice to the next level in stroke rehabilitation - tune in and be ready to be challenged!
In order to receive credit for this webinar participants must attend the webinar for the full duration, complete the quiz with a minimum score of 70%, and complete the participant survey.
Those who do not pass initially are given the opportunity to re-take the quiz.
Meet Your Instructor
Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST
Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST received his physical therapy degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1991. He received his post-professional MHS degree in physical therapy with neurologic emphasis from the University of Indianapolis. He has been board-certified as a Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy since 1995 and has been designated a Certified Exercise Expert in the Aging Adult (CEEAA) by the Academy of Geriatric PT since 2011. Mike has served as the vice president of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy of the APTA and has been the chair and vice-chair of several special interest groups at the national level in each of the Academies of Neurologic and Geriatric PT, including Balance and Falls, Stroke, and the Practice Committee in neurology. He is a full-time treating therapist and founder of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates in Oregon. Mr. Studer has presented courses and published articles on neurologic and geriatric rehabilitation since 1995 and has authored and co-authored over 30 articles on topics of neurology and geriatrics, as well as several book chapters on stroke, cognition, PD, and preventative care as well. Mike is now regularly a guest lecturer on a national and international basis at several universities and national meetings on the topics of stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, balance, motor control, motor learning, cognitive impairment, and case management. He was awarded the 2011 Clinician of the Year by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – a section of the American Physical Therapy Association – and in 2014 the same award by the Academy of Geriatric PT – the first to receive this national distinction from each entity.