Congratulations to the 2022 APTA Wisconsin Southeast District Mary Pat Murray Award Recipient, Kim DeChant, PT, DPT, NCS! Kim was nominated for her role in educating and mentoring young professionals and her work with patients with neurological disorders. Kim has been instrumental in the development of the Neuro Recovery Clinic at Marquette University. Kim’s work with the Neuro Recovery Clinic embodies the work of Mary Pat Murray through her commitment to research, education, and excellence in clinical practice.
SE District members, please join us for her presentation, "Bridging Gaps in Care for Chronic Neurologic Conditions" as well as a District meeting on Thursday, December 1, at 7 pm. The meeting will take place at Marquette University at Schroeder Complex, in Room 356. More details to come!
Carroll University - Waukesha
More details to follow!
This course will introduce the concepts of effective exercise dosing, prescription and rationale in the orthopedic and sports setting. Topics covered will include discussion on clinical decision making for utilization of frequency, duration, and intensity/load to achieve a desired stimulus. Discussion will cover patient specific dosing using rate of perceived exertion, reps in reserve, and patient feedback. Although there will be lecture and group discussion, the course will be primarily lab based. We will cover how to assess, teach, cue and coach the squat, deadlift and overhead press. Modifications and progressions for each movement will be covered to address a large patient population. The goal will be to introduce very practical and clinically applicable topics for immediate carry over into clinical rotations and practice.
To learn more and to register online visit https://aptawi.org/group-meetings/?recid=140BE708-E7A5-2532-2609FE11DF5209E6
Final course to take place at Bellin Health in Green Bay.