Posts Categorized: Adult and Geriatric Rehabilitation

ERI Offers Support for PTs and OTs with Free Online Course “Lines, Tubes, Ventilators, and Diagnostic Screening for Stability v. Instability”  

As healthcare workers, many physical and occupational therapists are finding themselves serving on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at ERI, we know firsthand the instrumental roles therapists play in our healthcare system and are dedicated to arming them with the information they need to treat and care for critically ill patients.  Effective immediately, ERI is… Read more »

Registration Open for “Post-Acute Rehabilitation of the Complex Elderly Patient – Home, SNF and Long-Term Care Settings”

Registration is now open for “Post-Acute Rehabilitation of the Complex Elderly Patient – Home, SNF and Long-Term Care Settings” – a new course by ERI instructor Robyn Ligotti PT, DPT, RAC-CT, CDP, LLC, QCP. Participants will learn evidence-based assessments and treatments to boost function and decrease re-hospitalizations and improve the quality of life in complex… Read more »

Help Your Patients Experiencing TBI Get on the Road to Recovery

We know how important it is for therapists to have the most recent techniques and knowledge to help patients experiencing a TBI on the road to recovery which why we are excited to welcome Dr. Carolyn Tassini as she presents the new course “Navigating the Challenges of Mild and Moderate TBI: Application of Evidence-Based Practice… Read more »

ERI has the BPPV Course You’ve Been Searching For

Are you therapists seeking to improve your skills in diagnosing and treating BPPV?  If so, ERI has the course for you! Register for “BPPV: A Comprehensive Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment” with Kim Fox, PT, DPT.  Kim is an inspiring presenter and dedicated therapist who has worked in numerous settings and served in active duty… Read more »

Music Therapy Helps CVP Patients Get Their Groove Back

As therapists, we are constantly exploring new and innovative methods to motivate patients, increase engagement, and shorten healing time.  Many therapists have found combining music with physical therapy has a positive and lasting effect on patients with neurological impairments such as CVA, autism, and Parkinson disease. But did you know that music therapy has been… Read more »