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Digital Seminar

Three Core Components for Geriatric Rehab — Yoga, Pilates & Strength Training


Faculty:
Deanna Lesmeister
Duration:
5 Hours 43 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright :
May 18, 2018
Product Code:
POS020796
Media Type:
Digital Seminar


Description

Keeping Seniors Healthy, Happy, and Mobile

Strength training, yoga, and Pilates are great ways to build muscles and enhance endurance. How effective are they for older adults? Many experts agree that these are among the best methods for older adults to stay fit during the aging process. Now, some are even using this method as an effective option for rehabilitation and post rehabilitation. From joint replacements to osteoporosis to TBI – these therapeutic techniques can improve core stabilization, neuromuscular re-education, and postural correction, which in turn leads to improved carryover after discharge.

Enable your patients to address and overcome a wide range of challenges they face with strength training techniques, yoga, and Pilates exercises tailor-made for the aging population. Let Deanna Lesmeister, PT, DPT, CWT, STS, CPI, CYI, a seasoned Physical Therapist and Pilates and yoga instructor for 25 years, will guide you through the hands-on labs geared toward those with weakened core strength, reduced musculature, and other unique limitations and/or injuries. Active demonstrations and case studies will provide you with a unique toolbox that can improve quality of life and increase independence for older clients.

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Faculty

Deanna Lesmeister Related seminars and products: 1

PT, DPT, CWT, STS, CPI, CYI


DEANNA LESMEISTER, PT, DPT, CWT, STS, CPI, CYIhas been a practicing licensed physical therapist and clinical educator for the past 25 years. Dr. Lesmeister holds numerous national certifications in Pilates, strength training, and yoga, including being a certified Pilates instructor and a national presenter in the areas of Pilates and Physical Therapy. She is also the owner of D’Pilates Yoga and Physical Therapy in Plano, Texas, which she founded in 2005.

In conjunction with her practice, she also presides as the President of D’Pilates Physical Therapy and Education, a continuing education business providing certifications to physical and occupational therapists and various other healthcare professionals. With a Doctorate in physical therapy from Boston University and a Masters in Gerontology from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas, Dr. Lesmeister is a senior geriatric clinician and senior strength training specialist.

She integrates her extensive knowledge of the relationship between body and mind with their effects on the complete health and mobility picture throughout the aging process. Dr. Lesmeister is an accomplished speaker who has developed and taught Pilates and yoga courses on a local and national scale.


Additional Info

Program Information

Access for Self-Study (Non-Interactive)

Access never expires for this product.


Objectives

  1. Pinpoint physiological changes related to an aging client and identify how those changes influence strength training
  2. Determine the flexibility and functionality of clients in regard to their current mobility
  3. Incorporate strength training exercises into a comprehensive exercise program for older adults
  4. Identify effective therapeutic Pilates exercises to address specific challenges facing geriatric patients in rehab
  5. Identify effective therapeutic strength-training exercises to address dysfunction facing geriatric patients in rehab
  6. Discuss case studies to identify successful injury rehabilitation techniques used with older adults

Outline

AGING – THE AFFECTS ON MIND AND BODY

  • Distinction between functional, chronological, and biological age
  • Unique physiological changes associated with older adults
  • Distinctive and atypical injuries in older adults

YOGA AS A THERAPEUTIC TOOL

  • Balance and breathing: The benefits of yoga for older adults
  • Choosing correct yoga exercises for particular dysfunctions
  • Determining effective rehabilitation programs for unique injuries
  • Identifying varying levels of function and choosing appropriate modifications
  • Tips for teaching older adults yoga: experiences from the field

THERAPEUTIC PILATES: EXERCISE AND INDEPENDENT-CARE FOR THE OLDER ADULT

  • The Benefits
  • How Pilates fits into standardized assessments
  • Geriatric core training
    • Gentle and progressive Pilates
  • Identifying suitable Pilates exercises for specific injuries
  • Modifications of standard Pilates exercises for various levels of function
  • The challenge of training
    • How to teach to an older audience
    • Lab

STRENGTH TRAINING AND THE OLDER ADULT

  • The benefits
  • Functional strength
    • Assessment techniques to establish strength levels
  • Identifying dysfunction and designing appropriate strength training exercises
  • Injuries in older adults
    • Identify effective strength training exercises for specific injuries
  • Strength training and the older adult
    • Successful strategies for teaching
    • Lab

MIND-BODY AND STRENGTH PROGRAMS: COMBINING STRATEGIES FOR A WINNING PROGRAM

  • Identifying injuries or possible injuries
  • Pre/post-surgery assessment – The start to a successful program

DOCUMENTATION AND CASE STUDIES: THE CLINICAL ENVIRONMENT

  • The benefits of utilizing Pilates, yoga, and strength training
  • Case studies
    • Discovering nominal research and documentation
  • Case study examples and YOUR interpretation

Target Audience

  • Physical Therapists
  • Physical Therapist Assistants
  • Athletic Trainers
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Occupational Therapy Assistants
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Massage Therapists
  • Personal Trainers

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