The following courses are being offered at Back Works. Please check this page regularly as new courses may be added.
Managing the High Tone UE: A Virtual NDT Workshop - Sat June 12, 2021 Registration Form
Managing the "Pusher": A Virtual NDT Workshop - Sun Sept 19, 2021 Registration Form
Developing Support and Reach in the UE: A Virtual NDT Workshop - Sun Nov 7, 2021 Registration Form
The following are some of the courses we offer -- please contact us if you are interested in being placed on a High Priority Notification List for any of these workshops:
- An Intro to NDT: Where to Begin with the Lower Functioning Individual - A Virtual Workshop
- Challenges in Gait: A Virtual NDT Workshop
Treating the Individual with Ataxia - A Virtual NDT Workshop
Promoting Recovery at the Bedside: A Virtual NDT Workshop
Developing Support and Reach in the UE: An NDT Workshop in the Management of UE Following Stroke or Brain Injury
Getting Ready to Stand and Walk; An NDT Workshop in the Management of Adults with Stroke, Brain Injury and Other Neuro-motor Disorders
Managing the “Pusher”: An NDT Perspective on Managing the Individual with Contraversive Pushing Tendencies Post-Stroke
Supporting Recovery of the Upper Extremity During ADLS Following Stroke or Brain Injury Using an NDT Approach
Teaming Up: Supporting Recovery of the Upper Extremity While Addressing Cognitive and Perceptual Difficulties Following Stroke or Brain Injury Using An NDT Approach
NDT Introductory Course in the Management of Adults with Stroke, Brain Injury and Other Neuromotor Disorders - 2 day course
NDT Intermediate Level Workshop: Function in the Upright Posture Following Stroke or Brain Injury - 2 day course
NDT Intermediate Level Workshop: Management of the Upper Extremity Following Stroke or Brain Injury - 2 day course
NDTA Advanced Gait Course - 5 day course
NDTA Advanced UE Course - 5 day course
** If interested, please ask to be put on our Education Mailing List and you will receive an email to notify you of new courses being added to the schedule.**
Managing the High Tone UE: A Virtual NDT Workshop
Date: Sat June 12, 2021 Download Registration Form
Instructor: Karen Guha, PT, BSc PT, C/NDT, CIDN, NDTA Coordinator Instructor
Cost: $240.00 plus HST ($271.20)
Requirements: Participants must be a Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, Therapy/Rehab Assistant or Kinesiologist
Location: Online via Zoom, presented by Back Works Spinal & Sports Rehabilitation
Workshop Description: High tone is a common clinical presentation following a stroke or brain injury. Hypertonicity can have a negative impact on recovery of the upper extremity. This one-day virtual workshop will present NDT principles and intervention strategies related to managing the high tone upper extremity. The overall objective of this workshop is to provide clinicians with knowledge and skills to maximize function in an individual who has a high tone upper extremity.
The workshop will contain didactic information, group breakout sessions, detailed lab information with handouts, and videos to watch. The session will have live, virtual interaction with the instructor throughout the workshop. There is also an optional lab component for those individuals who would like time to practice the labs and receive live virtual feedback from the instructor. Individuals who register for this component will need to have a colleague, family member or friend who is available for the lab practice.
Upon completion of this virtual workshop, participants will:
- Understand the principles of the NDT approach to the treatment of adults with neurological impairments and particularly as applied to management of the high tone upper extremity following a stroke or brain injury.
- Identify major impairments that interfere with developing upper extremity function in an individual who has high tone.
- Explore treatment strategies to address impairments, and problem solve how to modify surfaces in order to facilitate activity in the high tone upper extremity.
For more information contact Back Works Spinal and Sports Rehabilitation at firstname.lastname@example.org or (519) 746-8172