NEW SPEAKER – Inger Brueckner – Presenting Amputee Rehabilitation


We are pleased to announce a new member of our Faculty: Inger Brueckner.

Inger BruecknerInger Brueckner, PT received her BS in Physiology from the University of California at Davis and her Masters in Physical Therapy from Boston University.  She has worked primarily with patients who have limb loss for the last 10 years of her 20 plus year career.  She has co-authored an article on pre-prosthetic training for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America and is currently one of the primary investigators in a randomized clinical trial for transtibial amputations.  Inger has been invited to speak at several local, national, and international medical conferences for patients, therapists, physicians and case workers concerning amputee rehabilitation.  She is excited to share her experiences working with a multidisciplinary team to achieve the highest level of outcomes. 

Amputee Rehabilitation: From Pre-op to Return to Sport using Evidence Based Care

The goal of this course is to enable you to tailor each patient’s treatment for the most effective outcomes in light of the multiple problems that patients with limb loss face. This course offers a multidisciplinary team perspective and highlights issues and therapy implications from amputation surgery through prosthetic prescription. It will address complications and common risk factors that an amputee case load can present.

This exciting course will address multiple levels of limb loss due to diabetic, dysvascular, trauma, cancer and sepsis causes. Detailed analysis of complex cases will help clinicians hone their clinical decision making skills. New technology, surgical options and future directions to address current problems are included.

September 12-13, 2015 – Manchester, NH
November 6-7, 2015 – Washington, DC

Please click here for more details, to download a brochure or to register for the course

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