Columbia University Medical Center, Blythedale Children's Hospital, and Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center are bringing you the Pediatric Rehabilitation Conference of 2016 on Saturday November 19, 2016.
The conference titled "Comprehensive Management of Spasticity Across the Lifespan" is directed by Dr. Heakyung Kim, of the Department of Rehabilitation and Regerative Medicine and Blythedale Children's Hospital, and co-directed by Dr. David Roye, of the Department of Orthopedics and Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center. The conference offers comprehensivie multi-disciplinary spasticity management lectures as well as several hands-on workshops. All lectures and workshops are led by leaders in that field to give you the most up-to-date methods and findings.
The conference is open to physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, orthotists, patients, patients' caregivers, residents, and PT/OT students.
The conference is available online and in-person. Due to limited space, students will be put on a waiting list to attend the conference in person. Patients and caregivers can attend the conference online-only.
6.5 CME and CEU credits will be given to physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and orthotists.
To register, please visit the conference's registration page: https://collectedmed.com/live
Heakyung Kim, MD is an A. David Gurewitsch Professor Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine and Professor of pediatrics at the Columbia University Medical Center. She is also the Vice-Chair and Director of Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for the Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine at CUMC. Dr. Kim is also the Fellowship Program Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine.
David P. Roye, Jr., MD is a St. Giles Professor of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center as wel las the Director of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. Dr. Roye is also the Executive Director of the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center.