Category Archives: Discussion Groups

Looking for your Clinical Expertise – Clinical Challenge Posted in ERI’s Pediatric Gait Discussion Group


Clinical Question from Holly Leigh: For the past month I have been seeing a 13 year old who has a pretty typical gait of spastic diplegia; crouch+toe walking who is about 12 weeks out from bilateral femoral derotation osteotomy. Prior … Continue reading

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NEW e-Learning Program – Pediatric Toe Walking Series Now Available Online


We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new pediatric toe walking online course series. Enhance your differential diagnosis skills to guide more effective treatments; learn new tools to address the sensory and motor aspects that underlie toe-walking, and recognize … Continue reading

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Pediatric Gait Discussion Group


The team at Education Resources is excited to announce the launch of our  NEW DISCUSSION GROUP A venue for therapists to discuss any clinical challenges or tips with other colleagues We have received overwhelming feedback asking for a place to … Continue reading

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NEW ICU and Acute Care Course Added for 2016 and 2017


We are excited to announce a new course added to our offerings: ICU and Acute Care: From Early Mobilization to Discharge Decisions Presented by Chris L. Wells, PT, PhD, CCS, ATC, a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Maryland School of … Continue reading

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Announcing NEW ONLINE Acute and Critical Care Therapy Series


NEW e-Learning Program Acute and Critical Care Therapy Online Courses We are excited to share with you these new sessions just added to our growing library of online CEU courses. Supplement your learning with these evidence-based online courses from expert  Steven Sadowsky, PT, RRT, MS, CCS Recorded … Continue reading

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NEW ACUTE AND CRITICAL CARE DISCUSSION GROUP


The team at Education Resources is also excited to announce the launch of our  ACUTE AND CRITICAL CARE DISCUSSION GROUP a venue for therapists to discuss any clinical challenges or tips with other colleagues PLEASE POST YOUR THOUGHTS BELOW Thank you! We … Continue reading

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NEW Post Concussion Syndrome Course Coming in the Fall


We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Kim Fox, PT, DPT to as a member of our distinguished faculty. She began her career in the United States Air Force having served both active duty and reservists. She completed her Masters of … Continue reading

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ASHA Approved Courses For Audiologists


NEW Education Resources Offers ASHA Approved Courses for Audiologists We would like to highlight our Vestibular Rehabilitation courses that are relevant for Audiologists looking for their professional development hours. Education Resources is thrilled to offer live continuing education courses that are evidence based, … Continue reading

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Online – Wonderful Testimonial


I just had to share this wonderful testimonial we recently received from a therapist who took Richard Clendaniel’s Online Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation course “I heard the master of vestibular rehab. speak right from the comfort of my home, what could … Continue reading

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Challenging Vestibular Case: Therapists Please Offer Your Help


 DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: Post from:Bernadette Corporate Rehabilitation Physical Therapy supervisor I’ve had 2 recent patients with right posterior canalithiasis where there is a short latency, F/B approx 15-20sec right upward torsional nystagmus and c/o vertigo The CRM maneuver was done with both … Continue reading

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