WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Causes, prevalence and implications of RMW
Specific Respiratory Muscle Treatment strategies to effectively treat patients in a variety of clinical settings.
View realistic therapist and patient demonstration videos to improve RMT outcomes
The protocol using The Breather as an evidenced-based tool to treat RMW.
Develop a measurable goal and progress note for specific disciplines (RT, ST, OT, PT) utilizing RMT to treat RMW
Develop patient/client-specific discharge plans for carryover of gains achieved during treatment.
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Connie Christensen, MSCCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Connie graduated with a BS in Speech and Hearing Science and MS in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Utah She worked in skilled nursing facilities & post-acute rehab since 2001. Her experience includes addressing communication and swallowing disorders with patients who are medically complex, have cardiopulmonary or neurologic disorders and those with dementia. She currently is a speech-language pathologist at a CCRC in FL & serves as a content consultant for PN Medical.
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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