Physical Medicine and Rehab Courses

Continuing Education Courses

Group Discounts: Will be applied only to groups of 4 or more from the same primary facility
4-6 participants will receive a 5% discount.
7 or more participants will receive a 10% discount.
Note: Please do not make non-refundable travel reservations until you have received a confirmation from Texas Children's Hospital.

No refunds will be accepted 3 weeks prior to a course.

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October 24 – 27, 2019

This intensive, 4-day, hands-on course will leave therapists with concrete tools and strategies to effectively conduct an in depth physical and sensory/motor function assessment and design effective interventions for clients birth to adult.

October 26 – 27, 2019

We are in the midst of a second running boom. With the popularity of running exploding so too has an epidemic of injury. The expectations to get your runners back out on the road, trails, or track can be stressful for the sports medicine team, not to mention the client. It is essential to be up-to-date on the clinically relevant and evidence-based evaluation and treatment approaches for injured runners to maximize functional outcomes in a safe and timely manner.

October 26-27, 2019

Pain is a perception engaging sensory, cognitive and emotional processes. Beliefs, expectations, fear, catastrophizing, childhood stress and trauma, and learning and memory can all modulate a patient’s pain experience. In addition, structural and functional brain changes have been identified in patients with persistent pain that may play a significant role in driving pain chronicity.

November 2-3, 2019

Motor learning in the neurologically impaired population is a very individualized journey for every patient and for every therapist. Evidence-based research and clinical experiences has contributed to evolving motor learning theories that are being practiced in today’s healthcare environment. Interestingly, the manners by which clinicians influence motor control and motor learning vary throughout the life span.

November 9 – 10, 2019

This course is a two-day advanced evidenced based course specific to Sport Related Concussion in today’s health care environment. Course attendees will be equipped with a systematic evaluation of patients who have sustained a concussion and will be provided with tools to improve patient outcomes to return an athlete safely and efficiently to play. Current evidence supports a multi-modal approach to concussion management based on clinical trajectories.

November 15 – 16, 2019

The goal of this conference is to provide a framework from which to view the continuum of infant feeding options, including breast and bottle feeding. Participants will have the opportunity to expand their repertoire of evaluation techniques and intervention strategies when working with infants who demonstrate feeding or swallowing dysfunction.

November 16 - 17, 2019

This intermediate level two-day course provides an orthopedic perspective in the evaluation and treatment of the neurologically involved lower extremity. The evidence-based techniques presented in this class have been demonstrated to improve functional movement and gait. Treatment techniques that encompass functional activities, tissue mobilizations and blood flow resistance training are just some of the topics included with this comprehensive approach.

December 6-8, 2019

How do you maximize your time and target gait in your interventions with infants and toddlers? This course will focus on pre and early ambulation in a population that is predisposed to rapid and dramatic changes: the birth

December 6 -7, 2019

The SFMA Level 1 seminar includes both a 4 hour online prerequisite course, as well as a 2-day live event, where the background, philosophy, evidence, and logic of the model will be covered.

December 8 -9, 2019

Course Prerequisites: Before attending the SFMA Level 2, you must have previously attended the SFMA Level 1 course.

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