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#7334 Using Vibration as an Adjunct to Pediatric Treatment


Audience: Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Speech Therapists, and Assistants


Current therapy practice is complicated by contemporary environmental issues of shortened treatment sessions, tele-health, and patients that may have had significant gaps in treatment attendance due to COVID.  The use of Whole Body or Focal Vibration used as an adjunct in therapy can moderate these confounding circumstances.  Vibration is an evidence-based adjunct that is effective for SLP, OT and PT practice in the adult and pediatric worlds.  It works through multiple body systems such as musculoskeletal, sensory, neuromuscular, and respiratory. When used as an adjunct to treatment, vibration can help lead to improvement in a variety of functional activities, ADLs, speech and motor control.   Video examples of whole body and focal vibration during Neuro-Developmental Treatment will be emphasized in this session, demonstrating the effectiveness of vibration related to functional outcomes. Course instruction method includes: Lecture, Demonstration, Videos, Case Studies, and Question/Answer.


Instructor: Brenda J. Lindsay, PT, C/NDT and Leslie Paparsenos, PT, Physiotherapist, MS, C/NDT


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#7334 Using Vibration as an Adjunct to Pediatric Treatment

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