The presenter will describe the effects of aquatic HIIT training on athletes and how they can be used as a training modality, list the modifications that accompany HIIT training in the water, and describe how to implement aquatic HIIT training safely with compromised populations.
This webinar will address the components of balance, aquatic progressions, and current evidence that supports such interventions. August 3, 2011
Content will review current literature related to aquatic physical therapy and provide intervention strategies that can be applied to patients with Fibromyalgia. July 17, 2012
This presentation includes theories on how diminished gluteal function can arise from muscle weakness or gluteal inhibition. May 15, 2013
The presenter will list 2-3 physiological, psychological or social benefits of aquatic therapy for the more involved child, incorporating qualitative studies; increase overall understanding of precautions (nasal gastric tube, supplemental oxygen, tracheotomies, aspiration, seizures, compromised immune system) and the fundamental requirements for treating the more involved child based on current research, and discuss the benefits and precautions of an aquatic therapy program for a child with Type I or Type II Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).
Content will cover payment policy, regulation, and compliance issues related to the current billing of and payment for aquatic physical therapy. May 11, 2011
This course will proivde a review of basic motor control development and function in the pediatric populations, from birth to adolescence. November 8, 2012
Seminar highlights the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guideline for the operation of aquatic facilities: Model of Aquatic Health Code (MAHC). September 15, 2011
This webinar will discuss the use of aquatics as a modality in the treatment of children with a variety of diagnoses. June 19, 2013.
The Author will provide an overview of Water Specific Therapy (WST) based on the Halliwick Concept and recognize Halliwick in elements in WST. Johan will explain the objectives and benefits of WST at 3 levels of the ICF and relate a case history to a comprehensive WST approach. March 3, 2015
Part of Developing an Aquatic Physical Therapy Program handbook. Information on state codes.
Handbook for developing and implmenting an aquatic physical therapy program. Topics include: pool design, equipment, staffing, operation policies, reimbursement, etc.
This detailed 66 page document provides information for clinical judgement decision making surrounding patient selection for aquatic intervention as well as ideas to mitigate and manage risk of immersion for a variety of aquatic physical therapy precautions.