This comprehensive course connects the dots between strengthening, taping, and functional outcomes. Using evidence-based research to create treatment strategies, participants will explore underlying causes for malalignment, understand long-term consequences, and develop treatment plans involving practice repetition in new alignment patterns as a result of taping.
- CEU DETAILS
Enhance therapy outcomes in your pediatric clients, birth through adolescence, with neuro-motor impairments and issues with alignment utilizing taping and problem solving based on NDT principles presented in this course. Unlike many taping courses this course introduces you to a variety of materials that can be used to achieve improved postural alignment and facilitate muscle activation for enhanced performance. We will explore possible underlying causes for the malalignments and discuss the possible long term ramifications. Research has shown that taping alone is not sufficient to sustain change achieved over time and needs to be combined with practice repetition in the new alignment. You will practice with several different materials on the other course participants to achieve specific objectives. Examples of intervention with children
utilizing taping procedures will reinforce learning for clinical applications. Course includes videotapes and case studies.
What you will cover:
- Theory and principles of taping as adjunct to therapy
- The role of strengthening as it relates to enhance taping results
- Kinetic taping (neoprene, lycra, Thera-togs, Hip Helpers, body suits, Superwrap)
- Techniques using therapeutic elastic tape
- Rigid Taping for the trunk, shoulder, lower extremities, feet, ankle
Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT, received her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of NDTA where she is a PT instructor She is currently the Community Rehabilitation Education Coordinator at Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Marlton, NJ. She has spent her career treating children with neurological impairments with an emphasis on children with severe disabilities.
She has practiced in a wide variety of settings including rehab, the NICU and over 30 years within school settings. She served as an adjunct professor at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where she taught Intro to Pediatrics and Advanced Pediatrics. She was a founding steering committee member of the International Pediatric Rehab Collaborative (IPRC) that assisted with the re-standardization the WeeFim and a member of their Outcomes and Best Practices committee. She is on the Board of Directors for NDTA as well as the conference planning committee, the Centers of Excellence committee, the Instructor Group Executive committee and writes for the NDTA Network.
She presents continuing education courses on NDT, Therapeutic Taping in Pediatrics and Functional Exercise and Strengthening for the Child with Neurological Impairments both nationally and internationally.
"I am totally satisfied with this seminar. It has enhanced my clinical skills not only for the pediatric population, but also any out-patient orthopedic/neurological patient. The exercises incorporated into the taping techniques made these 'new Skills' applicable to utilize at work on Monday!" - -Robyn (PT)
"This was a wonderful, practical course full of useful information that was immediately applicable in the clinic. Jackie presented the information in an enjoyable and easy to follow format." - -Kirsten (PT)
"I thought this taping course was excellent. The material taught can immediately be applied to my patient population. The instructors were readily available for questions during labs. There was also plenty of time to practice. I would recommend this course to my colleagues." - -Karen (PT)
Achieve Pediatric Therapy and Rehab
1320 Arrow Point Drive
Cedar Park, TX 78613
SpringHill Suites - Austin Cedar Park
1110 Discovery Blvd.
Cedar Park, TX 78613
This course meets the criteria for 12.5 contact hours (1.25 CEU's). Approved by the MD and NJ Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. Application has been made to the OH Physical Therapy Association. Approved by the the PA State Board of Physical Therapy.
The IN, VA, DE, and DC Board of Physical Therapy accepts other Board's approvals. Approved sponsor by the State of IL Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Physical Therapy.
NY - Approved Provider by the NY State Board of Physical Therapy for 15 contact hours.
Approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association #3043, for 13.5 contact hours (1.35 CEUs) - Intermediate Level
Occupational Therapy Process: assessment, intervention. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA
NBCOT professional development provider-13.5 PDUs.
This course meets the criteria for 13.5 hours toward NDT re-certification