Monthly Archives: June 2012

Blog Competition winner


Thank you to everyone who has submitted ideas, questions and clinical challenges for the ERI blog. We will continue to post all your great submissions over time, as separate blogs, involving our community to help with your clinical challenges and … Continue reading

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Focus on Early Mobility in the ICU – Chris Permes approach is highlighted in APTA video


The Critical Role of Physical Therapists in the ICU Christiane Perme, PT CCS  is currently a Senior Physical Therapist at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, where she has practiced for the past 25 years with a variety of complex acute care patients. Mrs. … Continue reading

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Link between NSAIDS and signs of AU?


Britney Posts: DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: I am a pediatric physical therapist, and I have a 33 mo old male patient who has been exhibiting signs of autism since he was about 18-19 mos; his mother has been told by a … Continue reading

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Stacey Szklut is Back with Education Resources, Inc.!


For all of you fans of Stacey Szklut, we wanted to let you know that she is back on our faculty! She took a hiatus from teaching for several years to build her highly respected private practice. She’ll be teaching … Continue reading

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Transition to Solids: Seeking Suggestions


Jaclyn Posts: DEAR ERI COMMUNITY:Client with Feeding Difficulties:I am seeing a child who is now 15 months of age. She was born at 36 weeks gestation, with very low birth weight and a very weak suck – was never able … Continue reading

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4 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself When Preparing an In-Service for your Therapy Department.


Carol Loria, President ERI: You want to share your learning and enthusiasm with your colleagues but you only have 1 ½  hours to present 2 days worth of material. How do you pair down the material?  How do you decide … Continue reading

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Realistic Goals? Child with Rett Syndrome


Kat Posts: DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: I currently have a client with Rett Syndrome and this is my first case in my career to treat the child. She presents with very high functioning skills, she is able to transition from the … Continue reading

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How to Overcome Nervousness When Presenting an In-Service to your Therapy Department


Carol Loria, President ERI: You just finished a continuing education course and you can’t wait to impart your excitement and the new knowledge you learned BUT you are so nervous.You are afraid that your hands and voice will be shaking.  … Continue reading

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