Presented By: Cindy Jarosch, PT Director of Physical Medicine at the Children's Hospital of St. Paul
In this webinar participants will receive an introduction to the principles of aquatic therapy, with specific applications for pediatric client populations. There will be additional focus on physical therapy care planning for children including land to water transitions, treatment considerations and documentation.
Participants will be able take the following away from this presentation:
All of this information will be supported by case studies from Cindy’s aquatic therapy program at Children’s Hospital of St. Paul.
“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)
Cindy Jarosch, Director of Physical Medicine at Children's Hospital of St. Paul, is a physical therapist, who has spent most of her professional career is pediatrics. Cindy’s clinical focus has been acute hospital based rehabilitation, including work in the intensive care units, tertiary pediatric epilepsy unit, hematology-oncology service, and medical-orthopedic units. Her experience with pediatric outpatients is from infancy to adolescence, including formalized developmental testing and treatment of neurological, medical, trauma and orthopedic clients. Her areas of concentration are aquatics, hematology-oncology patients and infants with torticollis. Cindy was instrumental in the development of the aquatic therapy program at Children’s Hospital of St. Paul.