Presented By: Mike Studer, President and Co-Owner of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates
This webinar will provide attendees with specific techniques for adding alternate revenue sources to a facility. Treating the aging athlete is the perfect opportunity to open your facility to more than just the typical insurance-billed rehabilitation patient. The information shared in this webinar will be supported with case studies from Mike Studer's cutting edge rehabilitation clinic.
Attendees will learn the unique benefits of water for the competitive athlete at all levels including:
They will learn how to train the aging athlete considering things such as:
They will learn how the service is a benefit to the community, how to market to the community, and different ways to be compensated such as:
“I am a programmer primarily for land fitness but I found this webinar extremely informative and creative thoughts came to mind. I am excited to share this information with our Aquatics team and work together to do more creative, innovative and new programming for our Aquatics fitness and rehab."
- M.O. (webinar previously attended: "Creative Aquatic Programming to Improve Balance & Mobility," May 30,2013 presented by Kim Eichinger)
Mike Studer, President and Co-Owner of NWRA, has been the vice-president of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Neurology Section and is currently the Chair of the APTA Geriatric Section Balance and Falls Special Interest Group. He has been board-certified as a Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy since 1995. Mr. Studer has published several articles cognitive rehabilitation and has been an invited speaker at many universities and international venues since 1995. Mike has recently been honored by the American Physical Therapy Association, receiving the 2011 Neurology Section award for Clinical Excellence, given to the clinician of the year. Mike is a leader locally and nationally, influencing health care policy and reimbursement. He is the former chair of the APTA Neurology Section Practice Committee. Additionally, Mike has been an invited speaker at various community forums and support groups in Oregon.