Functional Electrical Stimulation in Neurorehabilitation: An Online Course for PTs and OTs2018-12-19T09:58:02+00:00

Functional Electrical Stimulation in Neurorehabilitation: An Online Course for PTs and OTs

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Course TypeOnline
Date02/13/2019 - 04/02/2019
Instructor NameDr. Kristin Musselman
CostEarly Bird Fee: $435 (received on or before Sunday, 27 January 2019) Regular Fee: $500 (received after Sunday, 27 January 2019) Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 6 February 2019
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Brief Description

Functional Electrical Stimulation in Neurorehabilitation

13 February-3 April, 2019

A Six-Week Online Course

Register here: http://uoft.me/FESWinter2019

Course Overview:

Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a valuable therapeutic tool for the restoration and retraining of voluntary motor function, and is commonly used in the treatment of patients with spinal cord injury, stroke, and multiple sclerosis. Physical therapists and occupational therapists will benefit from the evidence-based, clinically focused approach to FES provided in this course, which includes six weeks of online instruction comprised of pre-recorded lectures, live webinars, self-directed hands-on activities, additional readings, and online quizzes. The course is designed for therapists based nationally and internationally to advance their knowledge and practice in the use of FES. Participants can expect to spend 4-6 hours per week on course activities.

Instructor:

Dr. Kristin Musselman is a physical therapist and Scientist with the Neural Engineering and Therapeutics Team at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – Lyndhurst Centre. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Physical Therapy. She completed a BSc (Life Sciences) and BScPT at Queen’s University, followed by a MSc (Neurosciences) and PhD (Rehabilitation Science) at the University of Alberta. Dr. Musselman was a CIHR Post-doctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Kennedy Krieger Institute from 2010-2013. She is active in the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, serving on the Executive of the Neurosciences Division. She is also co-lead of the Walking Measures Group for the Rick Hansen Spinal Cord Injury Registry.

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Contact NameDepartment of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
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