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Mike Studer

PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Dr. Mike Studer has been a PT since 1991. He has been board certified in neurologic PT since 1995 and has been a private practice owner since 2005. Dr. Studer has been an invited speaker covering 50 states, 10 countries, and 4 continents, speaking on topics such as cognition and psychology in rehabilitation, aging, stroke, motor learning, motivation in rehabilitation, balance, dizziness, neuropathy, and Parkinson's disease.

Dr. Studer is a cofounder and co-owner of Spark Rehabilitation and Wellness in Bend, Oregon. He is an adjunct professor at Touro University in Las Vegas and a part-time instructor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Mike has led classes in the DPT program at Oregon State University (motor control) and frequently serves as a guest lecturer in several other DPT and residency programs.

Mike was recognized as Clinician of the Year in the Neurologic Academy of the APTA in 2011 and in the Geriatric Academy in 2014. He received the highest honor available in PT in 2020, being distinguished as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA, joining a group of fewer than 300 persons at the time in the history of the profession. Mike's professional honors additionally reflect his service at the state and national levels, including service as the vice president of the Academy of Neurologic PT and receiving the Mercedes Weiss award for service to the Oregon chapter of the APTA.

Dr. Studer holds a trademark in dual-task rehabilitation and has a patent pending on the same. He has authored more than 35 articles and 6 book chapters, and he routinely works on clinical research projects in affiliation with multiple universities. He is a consultant to Major League Baseball on the motor control of pitching and hitting. On a fun note, Mike is the four-time and current world record holder for the fastest underwater treadmill marathon, a mark that was set most recently in January 2022.

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Applications in the Soft Skills: Initial Examination and Interview

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Applications in the Soft Skills: Initial Examination and Interview

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Video Runtime: 45 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 30 Minutes

Practitioners have heard about motivational interviewing, providing autonomy, and therapeutic alliance. This three-course series will provide a side-by-side demonstration of the how to complement the why. Course 1 is focused on the initial examination and interview from the perspective of a nurse, therapist, mental health provider, athletic trainer, or personal trainer. This teaches you how to leverage the soft skills with practical everyday clinical tools, phrases, approaches, and techniques and puts you and the person in front of you in a position to succeed!

Learning Objectives
  • Develop an approach to initial examinations that maximizes patient engagement and therapeutic alliance
  • Formulate plans of care that are built with patient input, foster confidence, and enhance therapeutic alliance
  • Prioritize patient preference and personality in plan-of-care development

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Applications in the Soft Skills: Progress, Home Exercise, and Plan of Care

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Applications in the Soft Skills: Progress, Home Exercise, and Plan of Care

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Video Runtime: 58 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 18 Minutes

This second installment of the soft skills series provides practitioners with practical everyday clinical tools, phrases, approaches, and techniques for progress examinations, home exercise development, and creating a plan of care. After this course, you and each person in front of you will be in an elevated position to succeed!

Learning Objectives
  • Design interactions and environments that maximize both patient experience and patient engagement
  • Formulate plans of care that are built with patient input, foster confidence, and enhance therapeutic alliance
  • Design progress examination experiences that optimize patient attention, intensity, and engagement through gamification
  • Create home exercise programs that maximize likelihood of patient compliance, adoption, and intensity

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Applications in the Soft Skills: Fear, Motivation, and Compassion Fatigue

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Applications in the Soft Skills: Fear, Motivation, and Compassion Fatigue

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Video Runtime: 60 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 16 Minutes

Practitioners are more likely to experience compassion fatigue (often referred to as "burnout") when they are faced with complex patients. Complex patients can be labeled "unmotivated," and patients who are fearful can be seen as "not appropriate for therapy." This course will address all three--burnout, fear, and motivation--with practical applications in each.

Learning Objectives
  • Develop an approach to fearful patients that maximizes engagement and therapeutic alliance
  • Develop an approach to welcome an open discussion about fatigue and to educate patients on the nature of fear
  • Design an approach to patient care that recognizes and minimizes compassion fatigue

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Best Practice in Dual-Tasking: Examination Through Intervention

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA and Rob Winningham, PhD

Best Practice in Dual-Tasking: Examination Through Intervention

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Video Runtime: 111 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 53 Minutes

Until now, dual-tasking has felt unwieldy and difficult to translate. Dual-tasking (DT) has the ability to transform many of your patients' lives from being clinically capable to becoming real-world actualized.

This first course of a two-part series will guide attendees through the science and application of dual-tasking. Drs. Rob Winningham and Mike Studer will present the evidence for examining your patient's dual-task tolerance and capturing their improvement over time. In addition, the instructors will translate the science of dual-tasking into numerous practical interventions. Attendees will be exposed to each of the four modes of DT interference (cognitive, manual, visual, and auditory). Be prepared to absorb specific practical tips in testing, educating, and distracting your patients right away!

Learning Objectives
  • Determine three key points of clinical relevance of dual-tasking (DT) across the lifespan
  • Determine four modalities of DT interference or modes of distraction
  • Analyze three objective measures of DT
  • Produce four clinical indicators that DT intervention is resulting in patient improvement
  • Select the methods and applications of DT cost calculation

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Translating Dual-Tasking Into Clinical Practice: Geriatrics and Neurology

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA and Rob Winningham, PhD

Translating Dual-Tasking Into Clinical Practice: Geriatrics and Neurology

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Video Runtime: 97 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 53 Minutes

This second course of a two-part series will guide attendees through the science and application of dual-tasking (DT) in persons with known neurologic impairment. Drs. Mike Studer and Rob Winningham will present the evidence for examining dual-task tolerance in cases of stroke, mild cognitive impairment, Parkinson's disease, and concussion. Attendees will receive specific interventions and prescriptions for each of the conditions featured. This course promises to demystify DT and elevate your practice from good to great in your application of DT in the clinic.

Learning Objectives
  • Determine three key points of clinical relevance of DT across the four neurologic conditions
  • Distinguish four modalities of DT interference or modes of distraction
  • Analyze three objective measures of DT
  • Produce four clinical indicators that DT intervention is resulting in patient improvement
  • Correlate the unique attributes of DT intervention across each of the four neurologic conditions

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The Power of Self-Efficacy Translated: Ready for Clinical Practice

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA and Rob Winningham, PhD

The Power of Self-Efficacy Translated: Ready for Clinical Practice

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Video Runtime: 60 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 33 Minutes

This course series will help practitioners maximize therapeutic outcomes by improving patient motivation and engagement. Attendees will learn how to motivate patients who don't seem willing to do the work necessary to benefit from therapy or improve their quality of life. Much of the course will focus on identifying low self-efficacy and ways to increase it. Many different intervention ideas will be shared so professionals can customize their approach based on unique patient characteristics. Increased self-efficacy has been shown to improve patients' engagement, outcome attainment, and quality of life.

Learning Objectives
  • Analyze factors that influence patient motivation
  • Distinguish between general self-efficacy and domain-specific self-efficacy
  • Determine correlates of self-efficacy
  • Deduce low self-efficacy in patients

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The Power of Self-Efficacy Translated: Practical Interventions

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA and Rob Winningham, PhD

The Power of Self-Efficacy Translated: Practical Interventions

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Video Runtime: 66 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 33 Minutes

This course series will help practitioners maximize therapeutic outcomes by improving patient motivation and engagement. Attendees will learn how to motivate patients who don't seem willing to do the work necessary to benefit from therapy or improve their quality of life. Much of the course will focus on identifying low self-efficacy and ways to increase it. Many different intervention ideas will be shared so professionals can customize their approach based on unique patient characteristics. Increased self-efficacy has been shown to improve patients' engagement, outcome attainment, and quality of life.

Learning Objectives
  • Distinguish the importance of health literacy and knowledge when trying to maximize patient motivation
  • Prepare at least four ways to maximize patient self-efficacy to facilitate a patient's participation in rehabilitation and daily activities
  • Deduce low self-efficacy in patients
  • Implement strategies to challenge maladaptive attributions in order to maximize self-efficacy and motivation

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Neuropathy: Challenging Your Assumptions and Advancing Your Practice (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Neuropathy: Challenging Your Assumptions and Advancing Your Practice (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 172 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

This webinar will advance your clinical practice for persons with neuropathy, from examination through intervention. Be prepared to be challenged in some of your own understandings and beliefs about the various forms of neuropathy, including those caused by or originating from diabetes, vitamin B12 deficiency, toxins, chemotherapy, and unknown causes, as well as from familial, compressive (stenosis), inflammatory, infectious, autoimmune, and traumatic causes and more. This presentation will discuss small and large fiber neuropathies with sensory, motor, and autonomic involvement.

Learning Objectives:
  • Determine five of the top eight conditions leading to neuropathy
  • Design an impairment-based and functionally based examination for persons with lower extremity neuropathy of any origin
  • Develop an evidence-based intervention program for clinical and home delivery that addresses the needs of persons with lower extremity neuropathy
  • Distinguish rehabilitation from compensation in the restoration of occupational performance and function from neuropathy

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Advanced Lessons in Stroke Rehabilitation: Shoulder, Pusher, and Neglect (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Advanced Lessons in Stroke Rehabilitation: Shoulder, Pusher, and Neglect (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 178 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 47 Minutes

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Join us for this interactive, high-level webinar with Dr. Mike Studer, covering poststroke shoulder, neglect, and pusher syndrome--issues affecting the most challenged patients after stroke. You'll gain insight and instruction to help you advance your assessment and treatment tools for these conditions so you can better help people who may appear to have poor rehabilitation potential access neuroplasticity and the highest level of function possible. The webinar will include video case studies and literature review, delivered in a practical, application-based style so you can immediately incorporate what you've learned into your own practice.

Learning Objectives
  • Create an evidence-based care plan for persons with subluxed, flaccid, and/or painful shoulders post stroke
  • Correlate best evidence in applications for poststroke contraversive pushing (pusher syndromes): retro (backward) and lateropulsive (side)
  • Prioritize best management for rehabilitation and caregiving in persons with body and environmental neglect
  • Design home programming for persons with complicated stroke syndromes (shoulder, neglect, and pusher) in order to facilitate participation in daily activities

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Treating Fear: Imbalance, Pain, Reinjury, Incontinence, and Beyond (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Treating Fear: Imbalance, Pain, Reinjury, Incontinence, and Beyond (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 160 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Fear is the most pervasive barrier inhibiting recovery and function across the life span. Fear-avoidant behavior is well established as a reason not to move. However, fear also impacts how we move (symmetry, speed, compensations), offering opportunities for intervention. Changes due to fear include reduced step length, foot clearance, and gait speed for persons with fear of falling; urgency in those with incontinence; limited head motion for those with fear of dizziness; gait deviations, word-finding difficulties, and altered UE biomechanics after stroke; depression in MCI; and movement substitutions to retrieve something from the floor or arise to standing for those in fear of pain. Functionally, we see the consequence of reduced participation (movement, social, vocational) as an unfortunate and unnecessary commonality of all. The time has come for PTs, OTs, and SLPs to recognize that we must directly treat fear itself, not just as a consequence of physical impairments (imbalance, weakness, pain, tone, dizziness) or cognitive impairments (word-finding, reduced working memory). We must come together in addressing fear directly, accomplishing this by systematically addressing the common threads of maladaptive neuroplasticity (sensory, motor, psychological) that lead to altered motor control and limited participation emanating from fear.

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Neuropracticity: Your Guide to Applying Neuroplasticity (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Neuropracticity: Your Guide to Applying Neuroplasticity (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 168 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 34 Minutes

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You have heard about neuroplasticity. You know how to explain it to patients and caregivers. You have read articles. You still struggle with applying, innovating, and translating the evidence to your full satisfaction--until now. Engage with master clinician and two-time APTA Clinical Excellence Award winner Dr. Mike Studer in this updated delivery of his nationally sought-after applications-based course that has come to be known as "Neuropracticity," addressing persons in recovery from stroke, concussion, PD, neuropathy, and vestibulopathy.

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Facilitate, Force, and Function: Stroke Recovery for UE and LE Applied (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Facilitate, Force, and Function: Stroke Recovery for UE and LE Applied (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 180 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 41 Minutes

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While we as rehabilitation professionals know that the techniques to facilitate movement in a flaccid upper extremity and lower extremity are similar, we may not know how to improve each as movement emerges. Can you name three ways to "force" movement and drive neuroplasticity in motor control or sensory recovery? What principles and applications do we have evidence for when it comes to rehabilitating automized UE and LE skilled movement (movement that is accomplished without thinking)? Are these techniques different for UE and LE recovery? This webinar will address these critical questions and more to help you build your expertise in post-stroke recovery.

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Attendance, Compliance, and Fear: Applications in Patient Engagement (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Attendance, Compliance, and Fear: Applications in Patient Engagement (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 176 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

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Ready to improve your patient experiences and maximize patient engagement? In this webinar, participants will learn how to improve attendance, compliance, and intensity--as well as reduce patient fear--in health, wellness, and rehabilitative settings. This cutting-edge and applications-based course will provide a unique opportunity to leverage Nobel Prize-winning developments in psychology that you can then incorporate into your practice. As you learn to apply these concepts directly in patient care, you'll improve your effectiveness when encouraging patients to adopt your recommendations. Upon completion of this course, you will be fluent in the application of psychological concepts such as gamification, nudge, choice architecture, confirmation bias, the halo effect, loss aversion, autonomy, and more.

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Functional Neurological Disorders: Examination, Diagnosis, and Education

Presented by Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS and Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Functional Neurological Disorders: Examination, Diagnosis, and Education

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Video Runtime: 90 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 47 Minutes

This course will help clinicians organize their evidence-based approach to persons with functional neurological disorders (FNDs). Clinicians will be empowered to rule in FND, use objective measures to build a plan of care, and develop a foundation for patient education regarding confirming a diagnosis, treatment, trigger management, and postdischarge wellness.

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Functional Neurological Disorders: Evidence and Applications in Treatment

Presented by Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS and Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Functional Neurological Disorders: Evidence and Applications in Treatment

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Video Runtime: 75 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 41 Minutes

This course will help clinicians organize their evidence-based approach to persons with functional neurological disorders. Clinicians will be empowered to engage in an evidence-based manner through patient education, goal setting, trigger management, motor relearning, and following a comprehensive plan of care to discharge.

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The Chronic “Invisible” Conditions and FND: PPPD, PPCS, and Chronic Pain

Presented by Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS and Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

The Chronic “Invisible” Conditions and FND: PPPD, PPCS, and Chronic Pain

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Video Runtime: 82 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 34 Minutes

This course will help clinicians organize their evidence-based approach to persons with conditions related to FND: PPPD, chronic pain, and persistent postconcussion syndrome (PPCS). Clinicians will be empowered to engage in patient education, project outcomes, and follow a POC to discharge.

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The Evidence and Applications of Endurance for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

The Evidence and Applications of Endurance for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 172 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

In this presentation, we will cover the latest information about dosing and improving your older athletes' competitive and recreational endurance in sport and avocation. Debunk the myths of age-related performance and learn how to individualize the science of dosage, recovery, and prescription so that you can help these athletes achieve success in swimming, running, cycling, or other modalities.

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Parkinson's Disease and the Parkinsonisms: The Advanced Course (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Parkinson's Disease and the Parkinsonisms: The Advanced Course (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 179 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 24 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from standard MedBridge courses.

Parkinson's disease is not the same as parkinsonism, from the cellular mechanism and pathophysiology to the presentation, prognosis, and treatment. This course will clarify the main clinical subtypes of parkinsonisms, including vascular and inherited, as well as multiple systems atrophies, corticobasal ganglionic degeneration (CBGD), progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), and a differential with Huntington's disease. Viewers should expect comprehensive coverage of these topics. If you are a PT or an OT, you will learn the basics of differentiation, treatment, and treatment timing, as well as what to expect based on the evidence presented in this course.

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Parkinson's Disease: Applying What We Know Now (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Parkinson's Disease: Applying What We Know Now (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 170 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from standard MedBridge courses.

Disease modification, compensation, and rehabilitation for Parkinson's disease (PD) are three different tracts. Within these, it is common to see the rehabilitation for Parkinson's disease discussed as "one approach" and oversimplified into a one-size-fits-all schema. This course will further delineate the subtypes of PD, include a thorough discussion of the various subtypes (phenotypes), and begin to ascribe treatment strategies specific to each presentation. We will address the primary symptoms in PD. Thereafter, the course builds on this well-established classification paradigm for patients with primary tremor and rigidity and those with primary dyskinesia, freezing of gait, posture, and festination. Clinicians in the audience will be invited to use the paradigm to further the discussion of subtyping PD and researching within these categories as well as extend into matters of compensation and disease modification. We will provide video and case study application across three different classifications of Parkinson's disease and reveal applicable treatment strategies that are salient for all rehabilitation professionals in the acute, home, inpatient (SNF and IRF), and outpatient settings.

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Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions Course (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions Course (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 174 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from standard MedBridge courses.

Have you been practicing neurologic rehabilitation for a few years or completed a neuro residence? Are you bored by the same basic continuing education shouts for more intensity? Do you find yourself looking for advanced application-based courses? You may be ready for Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions. In this recorded webinar, we will address and show evidence-based, targeted stroke rehabilitation interventions to promote greater functional recovery through central (neuroplastic) avenues, peripheral (fitness-based) resources, and psychological (patient engagement, attention, intensity) mechanisms. Topics such as rebuilding automaticity, employing practical and task-specific dual-tasking, and promoting UE/LE sensory return will be covered.

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Maximize Functional Recovery Across the Continuum: Acute & Chronic Stroke (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Maximize Functional Recovery Across the Continuum: Acute & Chronic Stroke (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 179 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to the six distinctly different parameters of improvement available to achieve full rehabilitation potential. For people recovering from a stroke, these include neuroplasticity, strength, muscular and cardiovascular endurance, balance, and psychological parameters. How to access these and where to focus is specific to the time after recovery, the type of stroke, individual traits, and additional personal variables. If you are ready to take your patient and your practice to the next level in stroke rehabilitation, tune in and be ready to be challenged.

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Dual Task Training in Stroke Rehabilitation: Recovering Automaticity in Gait, ADL, Swallow, and Other Procedural Memories (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, CFPS, CSRP, FAPTA

Dual Task Training in Stroke Rehabilitation: Recovering Automaticity in Gait, ADL, Swallow, and Other Procedural Memories (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 175 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 19 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from standard MedBridge courses. In this course, therapists will be exposed to the evidence and direct clinical application of dual task testing and treatment in the patient recovering from stroke. Therapists will learn how to test, treat, document, and progress individuals recovering from stroke with the correct dosage of dual task intervention. It will also help patients achieve greater tolerance of distractions and improved procedural memory formation after stroke, thereby maximizing their true functional independence and safety in community integration.

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Aug 10, 2024

Neuro Summit Part 1: Novel and Practical Applications of Intensity in Neurorehabilitation

Presented by J.J. Mowder-Tinney and Mike Studer

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Apr 2, 2024

Neuropathy: Challenging Your Assumptions and Advancing Your Practice

Presented by Mike Studer

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Jan 9, 2024

Advanced Lessons in Stroke Rehabilitation: Shoulder, Pusher, and Neglect

Presented by Mike Studer

No Recording Available

Mar 2, 2023

Treating Fear: Imbalance, Pain, Reinjury, Incontinence, and Beyond

Presented by Mike Studer

No Recording Available

Jan 9, 2023

Neuropracticity: Your Guide to Applying Neuroplasticity

Presented by Mike Studer

No Recording Available

Sep 22, 2022

Facilitate, Force, and Function: Stroke Recovery for UE and LE Applied

Presented by Mike Studer

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May 17, 2022

Attendance, Compliance, and Fear: Applications in Patient Engagement

Presented by Mike Studer

No Recording Available

May 3, 2021

The Evidence and Applications of Endurance for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete

Presented by Mike Studer

No Recording Available

Feb 8, 2021

Parkinsons Disease and the Parkinsonisms: The Advanced Course

Presented by Mike Studer

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Oct 8, 2020

Parkinson's Disease: Applying What We Know Now

Presented by Mike Studer

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Feb 3, 2020

Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions Course

Presented by Mike Studer

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Oct 14, 2019

Maximizing Functional Recovery Across the Continuum: Acute & Chronic Stroke

Presented by Mike Studer

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Jan 31, 2019

Dual Task Training in Stroke Rehabilitation: Recovering Automaticity in Gait, ADL, Swallow and Other Procedural Memories

Presented by Mike Studer

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