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Rehab-Partner presenterar för första gången i Sverige ett spännande heldagsseminarie:

Neuroplasticity, A Novel & Practical Clinical Application to Induce Functional Improvement

med Mike Studer

Tisdag den 26 september 2023 kl. 8.00 – 16.15
Stora Sköndal – Magnoliahuset
Torsten Levenstams väg 6 plan 2
128 64 Sköndal (Stockholm)

Mike Studer PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA received his physical therapy degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and his post-professional MHS degree in physical therapy with neurologic emphasis from the University of Indianapolis. Mike is recent past Chair of the Geriatric Section’s Balance and Falls Special Interest Group and is now the Vice-Chair of the same group for the Neurology Section of the APTA. He has served as a two-term vice-president of the Neurology Section of the APTA and has been board-certified as a Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy since 1995.

Mike recently earned the Certified Exercise Expert in the Aging Adult (CEEAA) designation by the Geriatric Section of the APTA.  Mr. Studer is a full-time treating therapist at and founder of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates, in Oregon. Having presented courses on cognitive processing in mobility and ADLs since 1995, Mike has additionally published over 19 articles on the subjects of balance, stroke, cognition, and geriatric rehabilitation, including such manuscripts as PT Journal, the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy and Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation. He has been a guest lecturer at multiple state and national conventions as well as universities, presenting multiple times on an international basis.

In 2011, Mike received the Neurology Section Clinician of the Year – a national award from the American Physical Therapy Association. In 2014, he received the same award from the Geriatric Section of the APTA – making him the only clinician to have received these awards from two different sections on a national level.

Kursinbjudan och anmälan: Mike Studer inbjudan


Seeing the Potential in Brain Recovery | Mike Studer | TEDxSalem