WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Identify respiratory system breakdown implications related to Respiratory Muscle Weakness (RMW)
Discuss top assessments used in identifying RMW and obtaining baseline measures
Which disciplines should take the lead for what assessments
Go over a few wearables and mobile apps therapists and patients are now utilizing
New knowledge of RMT to implement a program in your setting to improve functional outcomes
Compare current medical devices therapists use for PEP,IS, and RMT
Discuss and demo The Breather as a device when providing Respiratory Muscle Training
Relate RMT to current and new reimbursement changes including PDPM and PDGM
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Elizabeth (Betsy) Page
MA, CCC/SLP, Master Clinician
Betsy has been a Medical Speech Language Pathologist for 14 years since graduating from University of Central Florida. She enjoys practicing with a strong interdisciplinary team to support the rehab process for persons predominantly in the geriatric population. One of her professional passions is clinical education and treatment of patients with cardiopulmonary diagnoses. She finds great joy in helping her patients achieve greater function and quality of life.
Nina Bausek, PhD
Chief Scientist, Geneticist, Researcher
Dr. Nina Bausek is a graduate of the University of Vienna. She developed her scientific and leadership skills doing research and teaching at the University of Oxford and the University of Sheffield in the UK. She excels as a biologist and geneticist and has been granted funding from Cancer Research in the UK. Her findings have been published in International Journals. She worked in the areas of fertility, immunology and oncology as a researcher. She serves as Chief Scientist for PN Medical.
COTA/L, RAC-CT, Director of Breather University
Wendy is a COTA/L, RAC-CT, and certified dementia care specialist, and has been an OT Assistant for over 18 years working as a rehab director in various cardiopulmonary settings.
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