Peter G Levine, is a researcher and author whose talks have been described as funny, entertaining, engaging, dynamic, well organized, passionate and lighthearted - all with a focus on driving neuroplastic change in stroke survivors. The course manual is chockablock full of articles, outcome measures and stroke-recovery tools and websites.
Since the 1990s Levine’s pristine focus has been on cortical plasticity and its effect on stroke rehabilitation. He wrote the best-selling book on stroke recovery in the world, Stronger After Stroke (Demos Medical), has co-authored more than 60 peer-reviewed journal articles and abstracts and writes a monthly column on stroke recovery in ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine. Pete started his research career as a Research Associate at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation’s Human Performance & Motion Analysis Laboratory. For almost a decade he was the Co-Director of the Neuromotor Recovery and Rehabilitation Laboratory, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Allied Health Sciences, and he is a licensed PTA.
Jointly, Peter and researcher Stephen J. Page developed Modified Constraint-Induced Therapy. They have published numerous studies on the technique. Now, come learn this and other leading-edge techniques from the originators! You are sure to leave with a renewed enthusiasm, with new techniques that can be immediately incorporated into your practice.
Driving Neuroplastic Change in Stroke Survivors: Leading-Edge Treatments, Tools and Strategies
What others are saying:
"I loved this seminar, it was by far the best one that I have been to. An awesome speaker who delivered the material in a fun way which made you eager for more! The material will be directly applicable to my patients and I'm armed with some great treatment ideas." -Stacy Munson
"This course has been an excellent learning experience and is a great encouragement to clinicians to use Evidence Based treatments. The presenters are excellent, offering a mix of clinical and research based information." -Susan Clark
"The speaker was very knowledgeable. He kept us well entertained and informed simultaneously. I would recommend this course to any therapist across disciplines." -Shiona Thompson