Sticking Together: The Use of Therapeutic Taping Utilizing the NDT Framework,
Sticking Together: The Use of Therapeutic Taping Utilizing the NDT Framework
November 9 -10, 2018
2-Day Pediatric Introductiory Seminar
Enhance therapy outcomes in your pediatric clients, birth through adolescence, with neuro-motor impairments and issues with alignment utilizing taping and problem solving based on NDT principles presented in this course. Unlike many taping courses this course introduces you to a variety of materials that can be used to achieve improved postural alignment and facilitate muscle activation for enhanced performance. We will explore possible underlying causes for the malalignments and discuss the possible long term ramifications. Research has shown that taping alone is not sufficient to sustain change achieved over time and needs to be combined with practice repetition in the new alignment. You will practice with several different materials on the other course participants to achieve specific objectives. Examples of intervention with children utilizing taping procedures will reinforce learning for clinical applications. Course includes videotapes and case studies.
Provide the therapist with appropriate taping and facilitation activities for the treatment/management of posture and movement problems using current theory and basic principles of these therapeutic techniques
Develop an understanding of the underlying theory and basic principles of using taping for the treatment/ management of posture and movement problems in children
Improve posture and movement of pediatric clients by learning techniques that utilize at least 3 different materials for the upper extremities, lower extremities and trunk
Gain an understanding of treatment within the NDT framework and how it applies to improved posture
Determine when to use taping as part of the overall treatment plan
Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT, C/NDT, is a master clinician with extensive experience in outpatient and inpatient rehab as well as school based settings. With over 40 years of experience, her primary area of interest has been treating children with cerebral palsy and other neurologic disorders particularly children with severe disabilities utilizing the NDT framework. She is a certified PT instructor for the NDTA and a certified Kinesiotaping practitioner. She is the Director of Clinical Outcome Measures at Weisman Children’s Rehab Hospital in Marlton. In addition to presenting on NDT, she presents on Functional Exercise and Strengthening for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Taping to Improve Alignment, Function and Strength in the Pediatric Population.
DAY ONE (7 hours)
*NDT principles for problem solving will be discussed within each section as it relates to the alignment and function. Order of schedule is subject to change.
* One 60 minute lunch break and two 15 minute breaks are provided each day.
NDTA Members: $395 • Non Members: $520
Full refund of the course registration fee, less $50 administrative fee, will be granted upon receipt of a written request postmarked on or before 30 days before the first day of the course. Cancellations by the attendee less than 30 days from the first day of the course are not eligible for any refund.
13.25 Continuing Education Hours will be awarded upon successful completion of this NDTA/Bobath approved seminar. 13.25 Continuing Education Hours are available towards NDT Re-Certification. Host state PT CEUs will be available from the NDTA.
ASHA CEUs: This program is offered for 1.3 CEUs (Introductory Level; Professional Area). Financial: The instructor, Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT, C/NDT, CKTP, is being financially compensated by NDTA to present this course. Non-Financial: Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT, C/NDT, CKTP, is a certified NDTA Instructor and serves committee/leadership roles in the NDTA Instructor Group and NDTA Organization, but does not receive compensation for these roles.
Course ID #18528JGWA
Mary Bridge Children’s Therapy Unit at Good Samaritan
402 15th AVE SE
Puyallup, WA 98372
November 9 - 10, 2018
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
402 15th ST E