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2019 Rocky Mountain Annual Conference & PT Expo


Posted: October 3, 2019

This annual event offers affordable continuing education, practice information, product demonstrations and networking for APTA members and other Physical Therapy professionals in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. Education sessions are designed to be applicable to all sectors and levels of the PT profession and will provide the latest techniques and trends as well as basic skills. Click here to learn more about the conference. 

The full conference provides up to 12 points in Category I education towards your PT continuing competency requirement. Saturday only provides 6 points in Category I education.

When: October 11 - 12, 2019

Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver - Stapleton North, 4040 Quebec St, Denver, CO 80216

Register Here!
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"I Can: Enhancing Quality of Life Through Effective Orthotic Intervention"

Posted: October 3, 2019

The Surestep Education team developed an entirely original, interactive continuing education course and will be offering this course over three days in different cities in CO. This interactive course is designed to address and meet challenges commonly faced by children with neuromuscular deficits. Physical therapists and orthotists can benefit from understanding why their patients are struggling to meet a goal and why it’s important that they accomplish it. Surestep’s Education Team has worked closely with families and patients to develop a course that addresses these challenges and provides solutions to facilitate successful goal attainment. Participants will work in small groups throughout the course to develop a strong understanding of deficits leading to and consequences of poor trunk and head control, as well as toe walking. Building on that foundation, attendees will learn to evaluate and assess for orthotic solutions. Click here for more information on the course.

Continuing Education Points: Category 1 - 3CEUs 

Cost: Free to attend

Speaker: Anne Paré, CO/LO
                Anne W Paré, Certified Orthotist is currently a practicing orthotist specializing in pediatrics in Houston, Texas. She is the founder and part-owner of Hope Orthotics, an ABC accredited facility and member of AOPA. Anne graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School in 1993 and completed a pediatric internship at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas in 1994. She worked as a staff orthotist at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research in Houston Texas before opening Hope Orthotics. For over 20 years, Anne has specialized in pediatrics, spinal cord and brain injury, working closely with many therapists and healthcare professions to provide superior service and quality care to the Greater Houston area. Anne has been active in both Texas and National Conferences in Orthotics and Prosthetics and has spoken on the subjects of the orthotic management of the pediatric patient on multiple occasions. Anne’s current clinical focus is on improving the quality and efficiency of her patient’s gait through analysis using the GAITrite and ZENO Gait Electronic Walkways and the Protokinetics Movement Analysis Software in conjunction with orthotic intervention.

October 28, 2019 4:00pm - 7:30pm MT - Doubletree by Hilton Denver -
                                                                   8773 Yates Dr.,
                                                                   Westminster, CO 80031
                                                                   (303) 427-4000

October 29, 2019 4:00pm - 7:30pm MT - Hilton Garden Inn - Denver Tech
                                                                   7675 E. Union Ave.,
                                                                   Denver, CO 80237
                                                                   (303) 770-4200

October 30, 2019 4:00pm - 7:30pm MT- Colorado Springs Marriott
                                                                  5580 Tech Center Dr.,
                                                                  Colorado Springs, CO 80919
                                                                  (719) 260-1800

Click Here to Register!

PSIG Event - Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Posted: October 16, 2019

Course Title: What’s New in Neuromuscular Disease: Updates on DMD and SMA

Course Description: 
The course will include: 1. A brief review of common characteristics/diagnostic criteria for each diagnosis (DMD and SMA) including the genetic causes, 2. Current research and treatment updates, 3. Current standards of care for PT 4. How to incorporate these updates in progression into PT assessment and treatments.

When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 6:30pm - 8:30pm MT

Where: University of Colorado Strauss Health Sciences Library
             Anschutz Medical Center - Reading Room 
             12950 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80045

Parking Information: Ignacio or Georgetown Visitor Parking Lots Evenings: $1.00 flat rate from 4:00 pm to 7:00 am (Parking Map)

** Please Note - If you are unable to join this event in person, you may attend remotely via a Zoom webinar call. You must still click below to register online and then you will receive an email with the call information.

Audience: Therapists in the community with interest in and/or caseloads that include current or potential clients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and/or Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Cost: $10 for APTA members, $20 for non-APTA members, Free for students

CE Credit: Category 1 - 1 Hour

Speaker Information:

Terri Carry - Denver native, graduated from CU PT school in 1975 (the initials after my name should be OLD!) Worked as a pediatric PT for entire career (more than 40+ years) at CHCO Worked as both inpatient and outpatient PT both at main campus and satellite campus. Experience in developmental, neuro, burns, NICU, rehab, neuromuscular and research. Involved in the CHCO Neuromuscular Clinic since it first started Involved in more than 20 past and ongoing clinical trials for neuromuscular and general neurology Absolutely thrilled with progress in neuromuscular research that is making a huge impact on the lives of patients with neuromuscular disease (this is what keeps me learning and loving my job!).

Course Objectives: 

1. Participants will be able to identify the common symptoms of two of the most common neuromuscular diseases -Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) -Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) 
2. Participants will understand the genetics behind these two diagnosis’ 
3. Participants will have a basic understanding of the latest research and treatment strategies for DMD and SMA 
4. Participants will be able to identify the standards of care for DMD and SMA and how these new treatments impact the role of PT in the care of these patients
Click Here to Register!

Getting Older is NOT for the Weak: Geriatric Rehabilitation for the 21st Century

  • Colorado Continuing Competency Category 1: 6 Points
  • Hosted on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora
  • Featured Speakers: Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, PhD; and Daniel Malone, PT, PhD
  • Saturday, September 28, 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Defeating Hospital Associated Deconditioning: This course will present an evidenced based approach for the implementation of a high intensity progressive rehabilitation that focuses less on general conditioning and more on specific, targeted exercise training to improve strength, functional mobility and performance of activities of daily living. This approach, termed “iSTRONGER”, can be implemented by all rehabilitation professionals (PT & PTA; OT & COTA) in all settings from hospital to home.

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2019 American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists’ Annual Conference

Posted: September 19, 2019

(Steamboat Springs, CO) Physical Therapist Gregory S. Johnson, PT,  FFMT, FAAOMPT has been invited to speak at the 2019 American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists’ Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida on October 26, 2019. Mr. Johnson practices at Johnson and Johnson Physical Therapy, located at 1880 Loggers Ln Unit C, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487.

Mr. Johnson will deliver a presentation entitled “Enhancing posture and movement through management of the 3 pressure systems.”  The lecture will highlight the importance of posture for health and function and how to utilize manual therapy to enhance quality of life.

The theme of AAOMPT’s 2019 Annual Conference is “Redefining Musculoskeletal Health.” The event regularly draws more than 700 physical therapists from around the world. For more information about AAOMPT or its upcoming annual conference, visit the organization’s website.


The American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) is a national organization representing more than 2,000 physical therapists, who are the leading researchers, academicians and clinicians in the field of spinal and musculoskeletal care.

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