Peripheral Nervous System Conditions: Physical Therapy Management Webinar
Beth Crowner, DPT, NCS, MPPA will present the latest research on important considerations for evaluation and management of common peripheral nervous system conditions. The timing of interventions/limitation of plasticity and a discussion of prognosis with patients and caregivers (e.g., static vs. progressive conditions) will wrap up this webinar.
1. Identify priority assessments to be performed with individuals with PNS conditions
2. Delineate available evidence for the management of individuals with common PNS conditions
3. Describe risks and benefits of different rehabilitation approaches to individuals with common PNS conditions
Course Recorded November 2020
PT, DPT, NCS, MPPA
Beth Crowner PT, DPT, NCS, MPPA is a Professor of Physical Therapy and Neurology at Washington University’s Program in Physical Therapy. She teaches curricular content pertaining to evaluation and management of neuromuscular conditions and continues to see patients in the Program’s clinical practice. She has served on the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy’s Board of Directors as the Director of Practice, StrokEDGE taskforce and in leadership roles in the Balance and Falls SIG and Practice Committee. She has worked to help develop the ANPT structure for knowledge translation and is passionate about incorporating evidence in practice and curricula to optimize practice and patient outcomes.
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