The first hour includes factors unique to Parkinson disease that are associated with musculoskeletal pain. The second hour discusses the physical therapist's role in pre-surgical assessment, immediate post-op, and longer-term follow along. Indications, precautions, and complications of current FDA-approved neurosurgical interventions for people with Parkinson’s disease are included. This course is directly related to the practice of physical therapy and is therefore appropriate for the PT/PTA.
Live WebinarThu, Sep 30, 2021 at 12:00 pm EDT
CEUs/Hours Offered: AK/2.0; AL/2.0; AR/2.0; AZ/2.0; CA/2.0; CO/2.0; CT/2.0; DC/2.0; DE/2.0; FL/2.0; GA/2.0; HI/2.0; IA/2.0; IACET/0.2; ID/2.0; IL/2.0; IN/2.0; KS/2.0; KY/2.0 Category 2; MA/2.0; ME/2.0; MI/2.0; MO/2.0; MS/2.0; MT/2.0; NC/2.0; ND/2.0; NE/2.0; NH/2.0; NY/2.0; OR/2.0; PA/2.0; RI/2.0; SC/2.0; SD/2.0; TN/2.0; TX/2.0; UT/2.0; VA/2.0; VT/2.0; WA/2.0; WI/2.0; WY/2.0
- Participants will be able to identify two factors on how the presence of Parkinson disease (PD) may influence musculoskeletal pain
- Participants will be able to list at least three common body sites associated with musculoskeletal pain in PD
- Participants will be able to identify at least two factors that relate to the presence of musculoskeletal pain in PD
- Participants will be able to identify at least one common risk associated with orthopedic surgery for people with PD
- Participants will be able to identify three indications and three contraindications/cautions for neurosurgical interventions for people with Parkinson disease
- Participants will be able to list at least two potential objective measures to use in a Levodopa Challenge Test
- Participants will be able to state the rationale for a unilateral ablative procedure of the ventralis intermedius nucleus of the Thalamus
|0-5 Minutes||Part 1 Musculoskeletal Pain in Parkinson Disease: Learning outcomes, background|
|5-50 Minutes||Musculoskeletal Pain in Parkinson Disease|
|50-60 Minutes||Summary, Q&A for Part 1|
|60-65 Minutes||Part 2 Neurosurgical Interventions for People with Parkinson’s Disease: Learning outcomes, background|
|65-80 Minutes||Indications and cautions|
|95-115 Minutes||Levodopa challenge testing including objective measures|
|115-120 Minutes||Summary, Q&A for Part 2|
PT, DPT, MSCI
Ryan Duncan is Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Neurology within the Program in Physical Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis – School of Medicine. He completed his Bachelor's in Health Science and Master's in Physical Therapy at Maryville University in St. Louis. He completed his post-professional Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master's of Science in Clinical Investigation degrees at Washington University in St. Louis. He is a clinician-scientist and the broad focus of his research is understanding the intersection of neurologic and orthopedic conditions and their impact on physical performance and quality of life. His current NIH-funded research focuses on understanding the biomechanical, sensory, and psychologic contributions to low back pain in people with Parkinson disease.
PT, DPT, NCS
Dr. Diane Huss, PT, DPT, NCS, CBFP, has been a board-certified Neurological Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1997. She received her undergraduate degree in PT from the University of North Dakota in 1980, a master’s degree in Adult Fitness with a minor in Higher Education from James Madison University in 1990, and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2010. Dr. Huss has been providing PT services in patients’ homes through UVA-Continuum Home Health Care for the past 26 years having established the rehabilitation services program and serving as the Rehabilitation Manager for 18 years after which she continued to provide direct services in patients’ homes while managing staff orientation and ongoing staff education in a senior PT capacity. Beginning in 2003, she concurrently served as the physical therapist consultant to the UVA functional neurology and neurosurgery teams that perform Deep Brain Stimulation, and MR Guided Focused Ultrasound. Dr. Huss continues to provide support for these teams in the areas of complex patient care and education, fall prevention, and balance rehabilitation, as well as selecting and conducting functional assessments and data management for clinical and research outcome measurement activities, co-authoring greater than fifteen journal publications with these teams.
Dr. Huss has extensive experience and expertise working with people with Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor, and other neurological impairments including SCI as well as home health service delivery for all ages and diagnoses. Her focus of professionalism is the prevention of falls and maintenance of an active healthy lifestyle for people who are aging with and without a disability. Dr. Huss has been the director/co-author and/or consultant for a number of grant projects several of which were directed at detecting and avoiding falls in the home. She served as a member of the development team and remains a trainer for the APTA-Geriatrics Balance and Fall Prevention Credential Course Series and holds advanced training as a Credentialed Balance and Fall Prevention Professional. She presents CME programming throughout the country and has been a frequently invited speaker at chapter and national meetings of the APTA, the National Association of Home Care, Focused Ultrasound Foundation, and Movement Disorders Society.
Financial disclosures for Dr. Ryan Duncan: NIH/NICHD K23 100569 (Principal Investigator: Ryan Duncan) and he also received an honorarium for this course.
Financial disclosures for Dr. Diane Huss: The presenter received an honorarium for this course.
Non-financial disclosures for Dr. Ryan Duncan: American Physical Therapy Association of Missouri (Chief Delegate)
Non-financial disclosures for Dr. Diane Huss: The presenter has no non-financial disclosures.
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