Monthly Archives: October 2014

Therapies in the School Speaker Highlight – Cathy Stern


As the annual Therapies in the School Conference draws near we would like to highlight one of the dynamic speakers and the session she is presenting: Dr. Cathy D. Stern OD, FCDO, FCOVD, FNORA  is known for “treating the visual side … Continue reading

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Therapies in The School Conference – Don’t Miss Out


Don’t Miss Out! Some of our sessions in our popular Therapies in the School Conference are now beginning to fill and we would love for you to get into your first choice NOVEMBER 20-21, 2014 – Framingham,MAPlease click here for … Continue reading

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Calling all Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants in Virginia


A reminder for all Physical Therapists from Virginia: your required 30 hours of continuing education (a minimum of 20 contact hours must be type 1) need to be completed by December 31st 2014, and Physical Therapist Assistants must complete 30 hours. (a minimum of … Continue reading

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New Appointment for Distinguished Faculty Member Richard Clendaniel


Education Resources is pleased to announce that our acclaimed faculty member Richard Clendaniel, PT, Ph.D., has just been appointed to the Medical Advisory Board for VEDA; Vestibular Disorders Association Richard is an assistant professor in the Department of Community & Family Medicine, … Continue reading

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Wonderful Testimonial for Acute Care Course


Testimonial from Vivian Attendee at Management of Acutely Ill Patients – KY  “This particular course has given me clarity on how my treatments can profoundly improve my patient’s outcomes. I feel like I now have a voice in the medical field … Continue reading

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