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Neurology CEU Courses for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists

ERI neurology-focused continuing education unit (CEU) courses offer the most recent research and evidence-based treatments to take your neurological practice to the next level and improve the quality of life for your patients. Online, in-person, or via live webinars, ERI’s courses are taught by distinguished internationally renowned expert faculty who offer effective interventions and assessment techniques for a wide range of neurological disorders including neuroplasticity, vestibular rehabilitation, locomotor training, motor planning, degenerative diseases, and more.

Jennifer Bottomley, Inger Brueckner MS, PT, Richard Clendaniel PhD, PT,  Mary Massery, Christina Finn Ed.D, OTR, Melissa Gerber, Amanda Hall, Robin Harwell, Heather Hayes, Joan Toglia and Chelsea Steinberg, Michael Lebec, Daniel Malone, Andrew Packel and Kimberly Miczak, Carolyn Tassini, Archana Vatwani and many more.

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Neurology Continuing Education

Neuro continuing education courses from ERI help keep PTsOTs, and speech-language pathologists up-to-date on the newest practices and guidelines to ensure they continue providing high-quality care. 

Taking neuro continuing education therapy courses from ERI provides many benefits such as:

  • Neurology CEU: PTs, OTs and speech-language pathologists complete CEUs to maintain licenses or certifications for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) . By completing your CEUs in a convenient online or in-person format through ERI, you can maintain your license and continue providing high-quality care to patients. 
  • Increase your knowledge and enhance your skills: Our CEU courses feature the latest technology and practices. This information equips you with the knowledge to use the best methods to improve patient outcomes. 
  • Grow professionally: If you want to gain competence in a specific area of neurology or enhance your current knowledge and skills, you can take the continuing education courses required for certification through ERI. 

Continuing Education Courses for Neurology Online

At ERI, we design our neurological therapist education courses to inspire you while providing the knowledge and expertise to enhance patient care. We offer hands-on learning and evidence-based practices to help improve your career. Our two types of virtual class options include:

Live Webinars

Experience an engaging, live learning experience with our live webinar course offerings. As long as you have a stable internet connection, you can take our webinars in the location of your choosing. Before the course, you will receive an email with the Zoom link for easy access to the class.

Our live neurology webinars feature topics such as treating balance problems and amputee rehabilitation to provide resources for effective and comprehensive treatment. After you complete the webinar, you will receive a CEU certificate, which you can download and print at any time. 

On-Demand Online Course Offerings

Attend an ERI neurology course on your schedule with our online class options. We film each course so you feel like you are present and include a question and answer section and a downloadable handout so you can easily follow along. 

If you choose a prerecorded class, you can pause the video when you’d like and rewind to ensure you are not missing any vital information. With courses in topics such as vestibular rehabilitation and post-concussion syndrome, you can enhance your current skill set or learn new subjects with ease. Participants also have a year to finish the course and pass the posttest to eliminate any time crunch. 

In-Person Courses

For a more hands-on continuing education experience, we also offer in-person lectures. These courses combine videos and labs to allow participants to practice their techniques and solidify their skills. As you take the class, you will receive real-time feedback from field specialists and have the ability to work with other participants who share the same passion for the field of neurology. 

Register for a Course Today

Register for one of our many ASHA-approved neurology CEU courses today. Our courses will help you improve your practice and allow you to network with other professionals. Contact our team to register for a course. 

Live Webinars

NEW dates, topics, and speakers being added

(click on the faculty name for a full listing of courses and dates).

Treating Falls and Balance Problems 
Jennifer Bottomley, PT, MS, PhD

This essential course teaches screenings and treatment of the at-risk elderly to prevent falls and to increase functional outcomes.


Amputee Rehabilitation: Evidence-Based Strategies Across the Continuum of Care
Inger Brueckner, PT, MS

An essential course for therapists working with patients experiencing limb loss, this class will address the evaluation and treatment of limb loss due to diabetes, vascular disease, trauma, cancer, sepsis, and congenital limb difference. 


Vestibular Rehabilitation: Evaluation and Management of Individuals with Dizziness and Balance Disorders
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Vestibular Rehabilitation: Advanced
Richard Clendaniel, PT, PhD

Learn effective, comprehensive, and evidence-based treatment and evaluation of the number one reason individuals over the age of 70 seek medical attention: Dizziness.

The advanced course will focus on the assessment and treatment of patients with vertigo and dysequilibrium from unusual vestibular causes. The course is designed for clinicians (PT & OT) with prior vestibular rehabilitation coursework and clinical experience.


Management of Persistent Post Concussive Symptoms: What’s the Latest Evidence?
Christina Finn, OTR, EdD

Learn the latest relevant assessment and treatment strategies for patients across the lifespan who experience prolonged visual, vestibular, and sensory complaints as a result of a concussion.


Functionally Assessing and Treating Visual Processing, Visual Perception and Visual-Motor Deficits
Melissa Gerber, OTR/L, OTD

This course will arm therapist with intervention tools and strategies to promote independence and improved functioning in both children and adults. Case studies will be used to solidify learning and cement clinical reasoning. Telehealth will be discussed.


Ambulation, Activity, and AFOs: Addressing the Ankle to Improve Gait and Function 
Amanda Hall, PT, MSPT, ATP, PCS

Learn to increase your skill with orthotic recommendations and treatments for the foot and ankle in pediatric and adult patients with neurological, developmental and/or orthopedic diagnoses.


Building the Brain: A Neurobiological Approach to Assessment and Treatment
Robin Harwell, CCC-SLP, MA

Link neuroscience with clinical practice while focusing on evidence-based interventions to provide measurable outcomes for adults and children with neurological challenges through intensive labs.


Improving Outcomes in Patients Post Stroke: An Evidence-Based Approach Through the Continuum of Care
Heather Hayes, PT, DPT, Ph.D., CSRS, CEEAA

Learn and integrate current evidence-based recommendations in the areas of upper extremity management, gait training, balance and falls, and strength and cardiovascular training including principles of intensity.


Effective Physical Therapist Management of Patients in the Emergency Setting: Differential Diagnosis, Intervention, and Inter-Professional Collaboration 
Michael Lebec, PT, PhD

Learn to be comfortable and effective providing care in the emergency room by distinguishing sources of pathology, conducting an efficient exam, and administering interventions even when limited to one or few episodes of care.


 

 

TBI: Tools and Strategies to Promote Recovery for the Moderately-Severely Challenged
Kimberly Miczak, PT, NCS, Andrew Packel, PT, NCS

Find the most effective evaluation, assessment, and treatment strategies to improve outcomes for individuals with moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries using latest research to inform your clinical reasoning.


Pharmacology Fundamentals for Therapists
Mark Nash, Ph.D., FACSM 

This comprehensive course delves into the impact on therapy from drugs that are designed to treat pain, musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous system, and endocrine disorders.


Functional Cognitive Intervention and Acute Care: From ICU to Acute Rehab
Joan Toglia, OTR/L, PhD, FAOTA , Chelsea Steinberg, OTR/L, MS

This course will provide therapists with assessment and intervention strategies to promote optimal functional cognitive recovery and outcomes in the ICU and acute care setting.


Clinical Application of Pathophysiology in Managing Complex Patients
Archana Vatwani, PT, DPT, MBA, CLWT, CDP, CLSSBB

Gain the knowledge required for effective clinical decision-making to optimize patient outcomes in the high acuity and critically ill patient population.


ICU and Acute Care Update
Chris L. Wells, PT, Ph.D., CCS, ATC 

Learn the evidence-based fundamentals and essentials of ICU rehab from mechanical ventilation and early mobilization, to functional assessments and treatments.

 


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ONLINE ON-DEMAND COURSES

Vestibular Therapy for the School-Aged Child and Adolescent Online Series
Inger Brueckner, PT, MS

This comprehensive course covers everything you need to know about evidence-based, effective assessment and treatment of children with vestibular dysfunction.


Effective Physical Therapist Management of Patients in the Emergency Setting: Differential Diagnosis, Intervention, and Inter-Professional Collaboration 
Michael Lebec, PT, PhD

Learn to be comfortable and effective providing care in the emergency room by distinguishing sources of pathology, conducting an efficient exam, and administering interventions even when limited to one or few episodes of care.


Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation Online
Richard Clendaniel, PT, PhD, 

The course will focus on the assessment and treatment of patients with vertigo and dysequilibrium from unusual vestibular causes. The course is designed for clinicians (PT & OT) with prior vestibular rehabilitation course work and clinical experience. Material covered will include advanced techniques for treating anterior and horizontal canal BPPV, central causes of dizziness (including concussion), identification and treatment of cervicogenic dizziness, chronic subjective dizziness, migraine and other unusual vestibular disorders.


Vestibular Rehabilitation: Treatment Intensive Online Series
Gaye Cronin, OTR, OTD

Recognizing and assessing vestibular disorders can also be challenging, but once the process is completed, you need to be able to develop an appropriate treatment plan. This course will present vestibular treatments as a system of exercises and movements that the clinician learns to select, grade, and develop a continuum for the individual patient.


Post Concussion Syndrome: A Four-Part Series
Christina Finn, OTR, EdD

This dynamic series will help clinicians apply the latest research on diagnosis and management of concussion and post concussion syndrome. Clinicians will learn effective treatment strategies to improve visual skills, balance and sensory integration for optimal return to school, work, and sports.

 

 

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