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JJJ Mowder-Tinney is a professor at the Nazareth College DPT program. Her teaching focus is the Neurologic and Geriatric population. She assists in running the on-site pro-bono clinics where they serve the underserved. She also provides professional continuing education courses with topics that include Neuro, Geriatric, SCI, balance and motor learning. She focuses heavily translating research into clinical practice.
She’s presenting a lecture and two posters at CSM 2020 in Denver:
- Effects of a Single Session Reactive Step Training Intervention in the Geriatric Population
- Utilizing Intrinsic Motivation and External Focus of Attention in a Patient with Cerebellar Ataxia
- Changes in Critical Thinking and Problem Solving in Integrated Clinical Experiences
Majority of the presentation are videos of actual patients performing dozens of different interventions that facilitate some type of anticipatory or reactive balance activity.
These interventions include a variety of diagnoses and includes an equipment list with different ideas of equipment used in the videos to make it easier for therapists to perform.
Emphasizing both outcome measures when working with reactive balance as well as documentation tips.