Author Archives: Catherine Troutman

New Course! Robert Hand Helps Therapists Treat Patients with Neurodegenerative Conditions


Robert (Bobby) Hand, board-certified clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy, multiple sclerosis certified specialist, and ERI faculty member, will offer a new course, “Rehabilitative Management of Patients with Neurodegenerative Conditions.” This course will improve clinician skills from diagnosis through late-stage … Continue reading

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ACRM Honors Dr. Mark Nash with John Stanley Coulter Award


  Congratulations to ERI faculty member Mark S. Nash, PhD, FACSM on receiving the 2018 John Stanley Coulter Award at the 95th American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Conference in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Nash is an expert in the field … Continue reading

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Distinguished Therapist Mary Massery Returns to ERI with New Course


If you are a therapist striving to improve your practice and treatment of children and adults with common consequential spinal and rib cage restrictions then you cannot miss ERI’s new course, “I SURVIVED, NOW WHAT? Treating the musculoskeletal consequences of … Continue reading

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Looking to Treat Young Children with Complex Problems? Start Here.


When it comes to treating young children with complicated developmental challenges, too often it is hard to know where to begin. That is why ERI is excited to welcome Kim Westhoff, OTR/L, C/NDT, and introduce her new class “Integrating NDT, … Continue reading

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ERI 2018 Year in Review


Happy New Year! 2018 was quite a year for us here at ERI – we were busy coordinating nearly 300 courses both online and in rehab facilities across 35 states, with nearly 10,000 clinicians in attendance! Our 19th Annual Therapies … Continue reading

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ERI Instructor Bobbie Pineda Receives 2018 Patricia Buehler Legacy Award for Clinical Innovation


Congratulations to Bobbie Pineda, PHD, OTR/L renowned clinician, research scientist, and ERI faculty member on receiving the 2018 Patricia Buehler Legacy Award for Clinical Innovation from the University of Southern California. Bobbie teaches “Assessment and Intervention with the High-Risk Infant … Continue reading

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19th Annual Therapies in the Schools Conference Recap


What happens when nearly 300 school-based therapists and specialists come together to exchange ideas, share resources, and address services and solutions?  A community of professionals dedicated to making a positive and meaningful impact on the lives of thousands of children … Continue reading

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ERI Deepens Faculty Bench with Patrick A. Tino, PT, DPT


Here at ERI, we consider ourselves a team working to provide our community with exceptional CEU courses taught by the most knowledgeable, experienced, and engaging speakers – which is why we are excited to welcome Patrick “Pat” Tino, PT, DPT, … Continue reading

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National Physical Therapy Month Contest Winner!


We’re happy to name Maria Stidham as the winner of our October contest celebrating National Physical Therapy Month! Maria wins a two-day CEU course of her choosing – and she has quite a bit to choose from. ERI offers hundreds … Continue reading

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New Graduate, New Job, New Opportunities to Learn!


Guest Blogger: Emily Zeman, OTD, MS, OTR/L You’ve arrived!  You finally have your degree in hand, and you’ve passed your board exam(s)! There are initials after your name, and/or you have a license number as part of your signature.  And, … Continue reading

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