16 October 2021
Julie Vaughan-Graham PT, MSc, PhD
Post-Doctoral Fellow Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto.
Neurological Physiotherapist; Physio-Logic Rehabilitation Services.
Advanced IBITA Instructor.
Julie graduated from St. Thomas' Hospital, London, England in 1986. Juile has worked in the area of neurorehabilitation since 1988, and has a special interest in the rehabilitation of persons with incomplete spinal cord injury. Julie emigrated to Toronto in 1991, initially taking a position at Lyndhurst, Spinal Cord Injury Centre, and the later opening her own private community neurorehabilitation practice, PhysioLogic, in Toronto in 1993. Julie recently founded iNeuroRehab, an online education platform for neurorehabilitation professionals.
Julie is an Advanced IBITA instructor, and instructs post-graduate clinical Bobath courses across Canada and internationally. Julie also holds an adjunct lecturer appointment in the Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto.
Julie completed her MSc in Neurological Rehabilitation at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK in 2010, and her doctoral studies at the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto in 2016. She currently holds a post-doctoral fellow appointment in the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University, and the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.
To gain an understanding of the innate capability of the spinal cord for neuromodulation.
To gain an understanding of the role of technology in neuromodulation and the relevance to neurological rehabilitation.
· A review of the reticulospinal system.
· A review of the propriospinal system.
· A review of the interneuronal subsystems within the spinal cord.
· Role of technology in neuromodulation and its relevance to neurological rehabilitation.
Amount of hours
This webinar will take place on October 16th at 1:00 pm and will last from 1.5 to 2 hours.
Registration for the 10th Webinar closes on 10-14-2021.