“We look forward to empowering students who are passionate about working with stroke survivors and providing them with the tools to promote recovery post-stroke and improve their patients’ outcomes and quality of life,” said Studer-Byrnes.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) December 29, 2015
The NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI) is proud to announce they will be offering a Stroke Specialty Certification beginning March 2016.
This 11-15 month program of post-professional clinical and didactic education is designed to translate evidence into practice, providing both physical and occupational therapists with the tools to deliver best practice management to the post-stroke population. The evidence-based curriculum will guide participants through the full spectrum of stroke rehabilitation, from neuroanatomy and pathology to examination and treatment, with the ultimate goal of facilitating recovery of function and improved reported quality of life. This program will be led by Jill Seale, PT, PhD, NCS, and Rachelle Studer-Byrnes, PT, DPT, NCS.
“We are thrilled to be launching the Stroke Specialty Certification and are eager to introduce the course material to students come March,” said Seale.
“We look forward to empowering students who are passionate about working with stroke survivors and providing them with the tools to promote recovery post-stroke and improve their patients’ outcomes and quality of life,” added Studer-Byrnes.
Cohorts will launch in March, July, and September of 2016. For admission requirements, curricula details, and total hours and credits, please visit http://www.neurorti.com.
About The NeuroRecovery Training Institute
The NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI) is on a mission to create and promote a culture of evidence-based practice (EBP) within neurological clinical practice. Through transformational education efforts, with an emphasis on recovery NeuroRTI has created a full continuum of neurologic training programs including a large nationally-scaled physical therapy Neuro Residency, Postprofessional DPT, Certification, and online Continuing Education (CE) course work for the neurologic interdisciplinary team that includes various topics in the treatment of spinal cord dysfunction, acquired brain injury, and other neurologic disorders. A course on the Pediatric Neuromuscular Recovery Scale, a recovery based outcomes tool will launch in early 2016.