EIM Faculty Speaking at CSM 2018

Congratulations to all of our faculty members that will be sharing their passion and research at the Combined Sections Meeting 2018! The schedule below allows you to schedule your time to make it to the most relevant and helpful sessions for your practice.


Evidence In Motion Faculty

Robert Boyles

  • Achieving Clinical Correlates: Imaging Implications for Physical Therapists | Wednesday, February 21, 8am – 5pm (Preconference Courses)

Thomas Denninger

  • Neural and Vestibular Contributions to Patients With Post-Concussive Symptoms | Saturday, February 24, 3pm – 5pm

Steven George

  • Spotlight on Research: Let’s Talk About Pain Studies and Clinical Implications | Friday, February 23, 3pm – 5pm
  • The Duplicity of Opioids for Treatment of Chronic Pain | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Barbara Hoogenboom

  • Science Meets Practice: Female Athlete Triad Vs. Relative Energy Deficiency | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Paul Mintken

  • Dry Needling for Tendinopathy? | Thursday, February 22, 11am – 1pm

Michael Rosenthal

  • Science Meets Practice: Whether or Not Movement Screens Should Drive Interventions | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Michael Ross

  • Acute Care Physical Therapist Practice: Current Trends and What’s on the Horizon | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Teresa Schueman

  • Management of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Female Runners | Friday, February 23, 8am – 10am
  • Push Play: The Rising Role of the PT in the Physical Literacy Movement | Friday, February 23, 11am – 1pm
  • The Many Faces of Sports Physical Therapy | Friday, February 23, 3pm – 5pm
  • Science Meets Practice: Female Athlete Triad Vs. Relative Energy Deficiency | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Richard Severin

  • Respiratory Muscle Training Prescription: Endurance or Strength? | Friday, February 23, 8am – 10am

Lynn Steffes

  • Kick-Starting Your Private Practice: Keys to Success and Interactive Consulting | Wednesday, February 21, 8am – 5:15 pm (Preconference Courses)
  • Is an Opportunity in Private Practice for You? | Friday, February 23, 8pm – 10am

Brian Young

  • Achieving Clinical Correlates: Imaging Implications for Physical Therapists (Preconference Courses) | Wednesday, February 21, 8am – 5pm 

International Spine and Pain Institute

Adriaan Louw

  • Everyone’s Pain is Different | Friday, February 23, 8am – 10am
  • Neurodynamics 2.0: Pain, Plasticity and Desensitizing the Nervous System | Friday, February 23, 3pm – 5pm
  • What every PT Student Needs to Know About Pain Neuroscience Education | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Emilio “Louie” Puentedura

  • What every Student Needs to Know About Pain Neuroscience Education | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Stephen Schmidt

  • Neurodynamics 2.0: Pain, Plasticity and Desensitizing the Nervous System | Friday, February 23, 3pm – 5pm
  • What every PT Student Needs to Know About Pain Neuroscience Education | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

Kory Zimney

  • Everyone’s Pain is Different | Friday, February 23, 8am – 10am
  • What every PT Student Needs to Know About Pain Neuroscience Education | Saturday, February 24, 8am – 10am

KinetaCore Faculty

Michael Connors

  • Utilizing a Postprofessional Program to Enhance Outcomes in Private Practice | Thursday, February 22, 11am – 1pm

Richard Westrick

  • How Physical Therapists Can Enhance Firefighter, Police, and Military Readiness! | Thursday, February 22, 11am – 1pm
  • Science Meets Practice: Injury Prediction, Prevention, and Disability Should We Shift Our Efforts? | Saturday, February 24, 11am – 1pm
  • Science Meets Practice: Low Back Pain in Tactical Athletes Improving Outcomes and Reducing Disability | Saturday, February 24, 3pm – 5pm

NeuroRecovery Training Institute

Elizabeth Ardolino

  • Beyond Positioning: Addressing Truncal Hypotonia in the Pediatric Population | Friday, February 23, 3pm – 5pm

Mary Massery

  • “Braking Bad”: Eccentric Control From Talking to Walking | Wednesday, February 21, 8am – 5pm (Preconference Courses)