MPTA Western District Continuing Education Event
August 4, 2018
8am – 1pm (Coffee service, snacks, and lunch provided)
Protecting the Pelvic Floor in Female Patients: Review for Non-Women’s Health PTs (4 PDRs) - Course description below
Presented by: Dr. Karen Litos, PT, DPT, WCS
Education Course followed by:
Western District Business Meeting (1 PDR)
Presented by Kaelee Brockway, PT, DPT, GCS, CEEAA, Western District Chair
and Michael Shoemaker, PT, DPT, Ph.D, GCS, MPTA President
Grand Valley State University
Center for Health Sciences
301 Michigan Street NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Room 233 - Parking on site: CHS building lot and Finkelstein Lot
Host contact: Tom Gustafson, Kaelee Brockway, Sue Host (Events Coordinator at GVSU)
- PT/PTA member $ 60
- Student member $ 30
- PT/PTA non-member $ 85
- Student non-member $ 50
Registration will open soon!
Description: This seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals working with adult female patients deeper understanding of common pelvic floor dysfunctions that should be considered when prescribing exercise interventions and instruction in performing ADLs. Through a review of female gender-specific anatomic, physiologic and hormonal influences, therapists will gain understanding of why women are at increased risk for pelvic floor injuries and common dysfunctions that occur during sports/exercise, during menopause, and during the childbirth year. Therapists will be able to instruct their female patients in how to strengthen and protect the pelvic floor muscles and promote continence during exercises, sports activities and daily activities of living. This course includes an introduction to obstetrics PT with participation in an interactive lab designed to increase understanding of orthopedic and breathing considerations during labor and delivery, and interventions to reduce risk of injury to the pelvic floor muscles during childbirth. This course is appropriate for PTs working in multiple settings that include but are not limited to outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, inpatient and home health.
Seminar Objectives: Upon Completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
1. Understand the anatomic, physiologic and hormonal influences that predispose women to pelvic floor dysfunctions through the lifespan.
2. Utilize professional, respectful and culturally sensitive interview techniques and intake forms to identify patients with potential pelvic floor dysfunctions for treat vs. refer decisions or need for modifications with exercise regimens.
3. Understand the role of hormonal changes, straining and high-impact sports in the development of pelvic organ prolapse and stress incontinence. Recognize the role of the physical therapist in risk management through modifications of at-risk activities.
4. Instruct patients on how to correctly identify, contract and relax their pelvic floor muscles.
5. Know the difference between up training and down training the pelvic floor and contraindications for pelvic floor up training.
6. Learn how to incorporate breathing, posture and pelvic floor co-activation during exercise, sports or activities of daily living to eliminate incontinence.
7. Identify orthopedic considerations for labor and delivery positioning and breathing that may reduce risk for pelvic floor muscle injuries during childbirth.
UP Summer Summit
OSF St. Francis, Escanaba (3401 Ludington St)
Cost: $150 MPTA PT/PTA Member, $75 MPTA Student Member, $250 PT/PTA Non Member,
$150 Student Non Member. Limited to the first 40 registrations.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
FRIDAY AUGUST 10, 2018
Wynne Tezak, PT and
Kayla Maleport, PT, DPT
The Functional Core: Don’t Run From the Pelvic Floor
Dinner Social Gathering
Leigh’s Garden Winery
904 Ludington St. Escanaba, MI
SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 2018
New Gait Research
Cathy Ruprecht, PT, MSPT
Lynn Vanwelsenears, CP
Nutrition and Healing
Kristin Heyrman, PT, DPT, RD
Lunch on your own
Building Up the Painful Patient
Michelle Morrow, PT, DPT, OCS
The PT’s Role in the Evaluation and Treatment of Dizziness and Imbalance
Dan Watkins, PT, DPT
Monitoring Mobility as a Vital Sign to Enhance Patient Health
Brad Jackson, PT, MS
Plan to volunteer with MPTA at the track & field events at the Michigan Senior Olympics Summer Games to be held on the campus of Oakland University.
We will be performing the Senior Athlete Fitness Exam (SAFE) screenings and need up to 20 volunteers to staff 6 different stations from 8a.m.- 12 p.m. on Sunday 8/19/18. You will be assigned to one of the stations for the 4 hours: health & history, strength, anthropometrics, gait speed, flexibility, or balance stations.
For each 50-60 minutes spent volunteering at this event, you will get 1 PDR (under Activity Code 17) and you can earn up to 4 PDRs this day at no cost to you! We have a MPTA member who is going to work as the coordinator of all PT/PTA volunteers so please plan to email Mike Kinyon (Mikekinyon@gmail.com) to serve on our team for the SAFE screenings.
RSVP to Eastern District Director, Mike Kinyon at firstname.lastname@example.org to save a spot on the volunteer team
Fulfill both of the 1 PDR requirements for education in ‘pain and symptom management’ and ‘identifying victims of human trafficking’ requirements by attending this event. It will be
FREE for members and $40 for non-members. An Eastern District meeting will occur between the speakers’ presentations.
Topics & Speakers:
‘Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking’ presented by Jake Jakubiak-Kovacek PT
‘What’s new in the treatment of CRPS; pain management for central sensitization’ presented by Dr. Becky Rodda PT, DPT
Location: University of Michigan-Flint
Address: 400 Mill Street, Flint, MI
Room: Michigan Room of the Harding Mott University Center (UCEN)
Park in the Mill Street Parking Deck
MPTA Clinical Education Consortium / SIGCE
Clinical Educators’ Professional Development Day
4 Contact hours - 4 CEU’s (pending)
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
10:00 am to 3:30 pm
2nd Floor, Classroom
755 West Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48074
Free parking in lot next to PNC
Registration Fees –
$40 for APTA/MPTA PT/PTA members
$85 for non-members and other Healthcare Providers
Course Description: Clinical education is an important component of the academic programs of student physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. This course will provide participants with key updates regarding the organizational entities responsible for clinical education, clinical education terminology and resources for clinical educators. The importance of incorporating interprofessional collaboration experiences in the clinical environment will be discussed. This course will also meet the State of Michigan re-licensure requirements of Pain and Human Trafficking education by updating clinicians about the most recent evidenced based pain interventions and assist the Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapy Assistant and other Healthcare providers, in identifying Human Trafficking and best practice in pain management.
By the end of the course the attendees will:
1) Explain the role of the Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant in the role of pain management.
2) Identify signs of Human Trafficking within the role of a Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant.
3) Describe Interprofessional Education (IPE) and identify why interprofessional collaboration as an intentional component to a clinical experience is recommended
4) Understand the various groups and consortia responsible for clinical education, the new national clinical education terminology, and the various web-based resources for clinical educators.
Beth Black PT, MS, DSc is an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Education for the Physical Therapy Program at Oakland University. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Western Ontario, a Master of Science from McMaster University, and a Doctor of Science from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. Beth was a Clinical Instructor and Center Coordinator of Clinical Education at Toronto General Hospital and the Director of Physical Therapy at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario prior to joining the faculty at Oakland University. Her clinical area of scholarly inquiry is health promotion and wellness practice. She has published several articles and textbook chapters and taught courses on this topic for the professional association at the local, state and national levels. Her other area of research is in instructional design and clinical education. Beth has carried out and published research on teaching approaches such as the use of standardized patients in the classroom to prepare students for clinical experiences and student/CI matching to optimize clinical education outcomes.
Sarah Case is a physical therapist with 15 years of experience treating patients with chronic pain. She completed her MPT in 2002 at Oakland University and the DScPT in 2009 with a focus on Complementary Medicine and Wellness. Dr. Case conducted research in the area of practitioner’s attitudes and beliefs toward patients with chronic pain. She is a member of the Midwest Pain Society and is currently Department Chair and Program Director of the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Baker College Auburn Hills. Dr. Case is also a Fellow of the APTA/ACAPT Education Leadership Institute (ELI).
Jake Jakubiak: Kathleen “Jake" Jakubiak Kovacek, PT (please call her Jake) graduated from Wayne State University Physical Therapy Program and has been a practicing physical therapist for 41 years. Jake spent 27 years in hospital systems in both clinical and management roles; the past 14 years she has and continues to be part of a physical therapist owned private practice.
Jake is currently a part time faculty member for the Physical Therapy Programs at Oakland University, Wayne State University and University of Michigan Flint.
Jake has served in numerous roles for the APTA and MPTA over the years, including past MPTA President. She currently is the MPTA liaison to the Board of Physical Therapy.
Jake has been an invited Speaker at national physical therapy and state conferences numerous times over the past three decades and has been a contributing author on three textbooks on PT management.
Martha Schiller, PT, DPT, MSA is an Assistant Professor (Clinical) and the Director of Clinical Education for the Physical Therapy Program at Wayne State University (WSU) in Detroit, Michigan. She has held many positions in the clinical and academic environments, including Physical Therapist, Clinical Instructor, Center Coordinator for Clinical Education, Team Leader, Supervisor and Director. She has been a trainer for the APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program for 20 years and teaches the basic and advanced courses to clinicians. Martha graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a BSc in PT (1986), Central Michigan University with a MS in Administration (1993), and the University of St. Augustine with a DPT (2007). She is the PT faculty coordinator for the WSU SAY Detroit Physical Therapy Clinic, the Diabetes Education & Wellness (DEW) Clinic and Community Homeless Inter-professional Program (CHIP), all student-run pro bono clinics. One of her research interests include inter-professional collaboration in a team environment
Susan Tomica is a physical therapist with 22 years of experience treating patients in the outpatient orthopedic and acute care settings. Dr. Tomica completed her MSPT in 1995 at Washington University in St. Louis and transitional DPT in 2016 at Temple University. She currently serves as Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and teaches Neurological Foundations of Motor Control in the PTA Program at Baker College of Auburn Hills with previous experience as Clinical Co-Lecturer and Lab Instructor for Neuroanatomy at Oakland University
Plan to attend the annual PT Month event at Oakland University. This event includes and MPTA Eastern District Meeting to discuss pertinent topics for PTs, PTAs, and students in our state and the country.
There will also be a lecture on Genomics in Physical THerapy by Dr. Allon Goldberg, PT, PhD; Associate Dean at the University of Michigan-Flint.
6:00 - 6:30 - Registration and Refreshments
6:30 - 7:15: MPTA Eastern District Meeting
7"15 - 8:30: Genomics in Physical Therapy Lecture
Northern District Continuing Education Course
Course Title: Getting to the Bottom of the Core: How Pelvic Floor Exercises Can Enhance Patient Outcomes
Date: Saturday, November 3rd 2018 9am - 4pm
Location: Otsego Memorial Hospital - Orthopedic and Rehab Center, 2147 Professional Drive, Gaylord, MI
Cost: $150 MPTA PT/PTA Member - $75 MPTA Student Member
$225 Non Member
Course Capacity: 24 participants
Do you ever feel like there is something missing from your clinical toolbox? Do your back and hip pain patients get better, but then end up coming back in a few months later? Do you have trouble getting neck muscles to relax? Do your shoulder patients need constant cuing for posture? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this course is for you. The pelvic floor may be the missing link that could resolve these frustrations. For most physical therapists the pelvic floor is a dark and mysterious place. Don't let it intimidate you anymore! In this exercise based course you will learn how to incorporate pelvic floor training into the treatments you already use. Don’t worry, there will be no undressing involved! You will go to work Monday morning excited to use the assessment and treatment skills you learn in lab.
- Describe pelvic floor function and coordination
- Describe the role of the diaphragm in posture and core stability
- Identify pelvic floor and diaphragm dysfunction
- Design functional exercise programs incorporating the pelvic floor into upper extremity, lower extremity, and spinal stabilization exercises
Wynne Tezak, PT, DPT is a physical therapist at Thunder Bay Therapy and Sports Medicine in Alpena, MI. She earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Oakland University in 2007, then completed further training to treat pelvic floor conditions in men and women in 2010. She does extensive education for the community and other professionals on pelvic health. She believes passionately that the pelvic floor is the often neglected key to good health and mobility.
Introduction and course objectives
Identifying pelvic floor patients
History taking and objective measures
Introduction to pelvic breathing
Diaphragm anatomy and function
Diaphragm functional assessment
Review of pelvic floor anatomy
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Pelvic floor strengthening and stretching
Pelvic breathing lab
What does a pelvic floor PT do?
Introduction to braced breathing
Braced breathing lab
Functional core stability exercises: Frontal, Sagittal, and Transverse Planes
A 6-hour course titled ‘Protecting the Pelvic Floor in Female Patients: Review for Non-Women’s Health PTs’ appropriate for all PTs/PTAs regardless of practice setting to be held at Washtenaw Community College.
Cost: $60 for members, $120 for non-members with registration capped at 40
CLICK HERE for more information and the registration form
Protecting the Pelvic Floor in Female Patients: Review for Non-Women’s Health PTs
(6 CEU’s Approved by MPTA)
Saturday November 10, 2018
9am - 4pm
Presented by: Dr. Karen Litos, PT, DPT, WCS
Course Location: Washtenaw Community/ 4800 E. Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor Michigan 4810 - Room: Morris Lawrence Building room ML 105/121.
A link for the Campus Map can be found here: http://www.wccnet.edu/about-us/room-locator/building/ML/
Course Description: This seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals working with adult female patients deeper understanding of common pelvic floor dysfunctions that should be considered when prescribing exercise interventions and instruction in performing ADLs. Through a review of female gender-specific anatomic, physiologic and hormonal influences, therapists will gain understanding of why women are at increased risk for pelvic floor injuries and common dysfunctions that occur during sports/exercise, during menopause, and during the childbirth year. Therapists will be able to instruct their female patients in how to strengthen and protect the pelvic floor muscles and promote continence during exercises, sports activities and daily activities of living. This course includes an introduction to obstetrics PT with participation in an interactive lab designed to increase understanding of orthopedic and breathing considerations during labor and delivery, and interventions to reduce risk of injury to the pelvic floor muscles during childbirth. This course is appropriate for PTs working in multiple settings that include but are not limited to outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, inpatient and home health.
Course level: Intermediate
Wayne State University
Save the date: An evidence based course on aerobic conditioning across practice settings relevant for PTs and PTAs will be offered at Wayne State University for 6 PDRs. More details to come.
The cost for this course will be $60 for members, $150 for non-members with registration capped at 40 with all proceeds from this course to be donated to the MPTA Institute for Education and Research.