We are thrilled to announce multiple opportunities to hear our new faculty member Nechama Karman speak:
If you Can’t Breathe, You Can’t Function – Introductory Course Plus TWO days of Intensive LAB
December 1-3, 2017 – Wilkes Barre Township, PA
June 22-24, 2018 – San Antonio, TX
September 14-16, 2018 – Alexandria, VA
Annual Therapies in the School
November 16-17, 2017 – Framingham, MA
Nechama Karman, received her MSPT from Columbia University in 1994, her Advanced MS in orthopedic PT from Touro College in 1998, and she has completed all coursework toward a PhD in Health Sciences at Seton Hall University. She has held academic appointments at Hunter College and NYIT. Nechama is chief clinical educator at Mobility Research, providing pediatric and adult trainings, introductory and advanced seminars, webinars, and clinical support for LiteGait in the USA and internationally. She is a primary instructor in LiteGait’s “train the trainer” program. she treats patients with complex neurological conditions and/or complex pelvic conditions.
Nechama had served as a teaching assistant for each of Mary Massery’s courses for over a decade before starting a 2-year faculty apprenticeship in 2014. She became Mary’s first certified faculty member in June of 2016! One of Nechama’s proudest “Mary Massery” moments occurred when she treated a man suffering from prostatectomy-related incontinence using Mary’s approach. She taught him to transfer without incontinence for the first time in 9 months – all in under 15 minutes! She is passionate about helping other therapists learn these important concepts.
Nechama works closely with Mary Massery at Massery PT
What other are saying:
“This course (If you Can’t Breathe, You Can’t Function – Introductory Course Plus TWO days of Intensive LAB) exceeded my expectations. Everyone should take this course! Many treatment ideas that can be applied easily.” – L. Vanselow, SLP
“Nechama is a very relevant speaker and her presentation of Mary Massery’s information is excellent.” – L Jorns, PT
“Nechama is very knowledgeable and easy to listen to. Great info on anatomy and physiology in relation to postural control. Definitely new outlook on things! The course booklet is very thorough. References are amazing! Slides and case study photos extremely helpful.”