“This advanced locomotor training course is designed specifically to address the needs of the pediatric neuro population and is based on both our clinical and research experience,” said Dr. Andrea Behrman, PhD, PT, FAPTA, University of Louisville Department of Neurological Surgery Professor, and Co-Director of the Reeve Foundation NeuroRecovery Network. “Case examples, both live and video, will promote discussion of clinical decision-making, progression, and tailoring the environment to be developmentally-appropriate and successful.”
The course will take place on November 2nd and 3rd, 2013 and will be taught by Dr. Andrea Behrman and Shelley Trimble, PT, Pediatric Rehabilitation and Research Specialist, Pediatric NeuroRecovery Program, Frazier Rehabilitation Institute. Fees for both the online course and on-site training are $825 a person. Teams of therapists and technicians are encouraged to apply and enrollment is limited. Interested applicants can register online at www.NeuroRTI.com.
Note: For those who have not taken the prerequisite course, Introductory Locomotor Training will be offered on August 16-18 at Frazier Rehab Institute and October 18-20 at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia.