Linda Kliebhan

Linda A. Kliebhanis a delightful speaker who is able to share her wealth of knowledge in a clear and engaging manner. As a physical therapist in private practice in Mequon, WI she has accumulated over 30 years experience in pediatrics treating children with cerebral palsy and other neuro-motor disorders.Linda A. Kliebhan, PT,is a NDT coordinator-Instructor teaching the NDT/Bobath Course in the Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy, advanced NDT courses and other workshops related to NDT and pediatric therapy. She is also co-founder of Partners for Progress Inc. a nonprofit organization providing and researching intensive therapy. Ms. Kliebhan is also a consultant with the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Orthopedics.

Disclosure:
Financial: Linda Kliebhan receives a honorarium from Education Resources as well as royalty payments from Boehme Workshops.
Non-Financial: She isa Board member of the NDTA receiving no compensation for this role.



Linda's Courses:

Intensive Handling and Problem Solving for Function: An NDT Approach

Treatment of the Child with Hypotonia: An NDT Approach

Treatment of the Child with Severe Involvement: An NDT Approach



What others are saying:

"Linda was a wonderful presenter who was extremely knowledgeable and well organized. She was honest and answered all questions. The lab was beneficial and well timed"-L. Kenney, OT

"Linda made NDT handling techniques very fun and easy to learn. She answered any and all questions and was very hands on."-A. King, OT

"This course was a great learning experience. Linda spoke passionately about children. She explained the rationale behind treatment techniques, video, slides, lecture, labs and problem solving discussions. It was the best course I have ever been to! " -A Rogers, PT

"Linda presented clear, organized information. Labs included practical, immediately usable techniques. I appreciated Lindas down to earth attitude and functional approach. Everything made sense. I felt I had gotten my moneys worth by the end of the first day!" -H. Moore, OTR