Neurorehabilitation

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Continuing Education Units from Pate

The life of all licensed health care professionals includes the need for annual continuing education credits. It’s part of staying up to date. We love helping educate people in the brain injury and stroke community. So Pate is frequently out in the community visiting local hospitals to provide educational talks that qualify as CEUs (continuing …

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image shows Jessica Yeager and Jenna Yeager presenting study on tape gait training at The International Brain Injury Associations's World congress in 2017

Tape Gait Training in Stroke Helps Patients Improve Walking

Pate physical therapists Drs. Jenna and Jessica Yeager recently presented a tape gait training study at the International Brain Injury Association’s World Congress in New Orleans. The Yeagers’ research demonstrates a simple yet effective intervention for post-stroke patients they adapted from treatments known to improve walking in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Walking impairments are common …

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driver rehab presenters at AOTA conference

Driver Rehabilitation Class at AOTA Presented by Pate Therapists

Pate therapists recently presented a driver rehabilitation class at the American Occupational Therapy Association’s national conference in Philadelphia. Occupational therapists Jaimee Perea and Amanda Hoelscher of Pate’s Whitley Place taught the hour long driver rehabilitation class that covered clinical aspects of driving after an acquired brain injury, including on and off road assessment, training, and …

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Man able to walk after brain injury

Matt’s Walk After Brain Injury

They said he wouldn’t walk again. Here’s what happened…   What can rehab do? Incredible things. Let’s check in with someone who knows a thing or two about that. Matt’s walk after brain injury is nothing short of amazing. Matt spent a month in a coma after a near-lethal car wreck. He was ejected from …

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