Use the menu below or scroll down to different months.

View and Download the Spring 2018 PDF

January February March
 April May June
July August September
October November December
Self Paced Distance Learning Courses

Self-Paced Distance Learning

Brain to Hand - Progressive Approaches to Pain, Impairment, and Function: Digital Encore Presentation of WI Hand Experience

Anytime
Work at your own pace; on DVD or Flash Drive
10.5 Contact Hours, Program #10394
Download Syllabus
$475

Course Description

This intermediate to advanced level course focused on “Brain to Hand: Progressive approaches to pain, impairment, and function” and offers participants the opportunity to explore the following topics:

  • Hand, brain, and surgery
  • Exploiting neuroplasticity to enhance prehensile skill
  • Cadaveric dissection, wrist ligaments, and nerve injury/transfer
  • The brain and the wrist: evidence for practice
  • Assessing the wrist: what about proprioception?
  • Mirror therapy and graded motor imagery: training the brain
  • Proprioceptive re-education of non-surgical and post-surgical wrist instability
  • The use of tape to enhance proprioception in the upper extremity
  • Pain is in the brain – the neurophysiology of understanding and treating pain based on the mechanisms of pain
  • Coping with chronic pain
  • Rehabilitative strategies for treating persisting pain including complex regional pain syndrome
  • Strengthening the efficacy of neuro-rehabilitation intervention
  • The hand and brain connection

Current Topics in Upper Extremity Orthopedics: State of the Art in Research and Practice: Digital Encore Presentation of WI Hand Experience

Anytime
Work at your own pace; on DVD or Flash Drive
11.5 Contact Hours, Program #10395
Download Syllabus
$495

Course Description

Experts in upper extremity treatment provide a comprehensive exploration of critical elements of upper extremity orthopedics.Topics Include:

  • Stability and mobility following digital fractures
  • Prehension and expectations for thumb injuries
  • Complexities and complications of distal radius fractures
  • Therapy and rehabilitation following wrist, elbow and
    shoulder fractures
  • Evaluation and treatment strategies for the cervical spine.
  • A cadaveric presentation demonstrates anatomy and the
    techniques used for managing orthopedic injuries with
    unparalleled clarity.

Upper Extremity Anatomy: Cadaveric Dissection and Review: Digital Encore Presentation

Anytime
Work at your own pace; on DVD or Flash Drive
7.5 Contact Hours, Program #10396
Download Syllabus
$375

Course Description

Do you remember the cords of the brachial plexus? Can you still differentiate the brachioradialis from the extensor carpi radialis longus? If these structures sound familiar but you can’t quite put your finger on them, this course is for you. Using a fresh frozen cadaver specimen, faculty will complete dissection and lead you through the vital anatomy of the upper extremity, from the glenohumeral joint all the way to the DIPs. Functional relationships and common conditions of the upper extremity will also be reviewed.

Course Instructor

Rebecca Neiduski, PhD, OTR/L, CHT, received her Master’s in Occupational Therapy from Washington University and a PhD in Education from Saint Louis University. After 15 years of practice and teaching in St. Louis, Dr. Neiduski now serves as the Occupational Therapy Department Chair at Concordia University Wisconsin. She was elected to the board of directors of the American Association of Hand Surgery and has served as both the Research Division Director and Annual Meeting Program Chair for the American Society of Hand Therapists. She has been teaching gross anatomy with cadaver dissection for the past 18 years.

Sample Videos



The Revolving Door of Hand Therapy: Innovative Ways to Break the Cycle: Digital Encore Presentation of WI Hand Experience

Anytime
Work at your own pace; on DVD or Flash Drive
11.5 Contact Hours, Program #10400
Download Syllabus
$495

Course Description

Do you ever feel like your patients are stuck in a revolving door and can’t move forward? Those unstable wrists, thumbs that are out of balance, and tendons that just won’t glide? This course is designed to explore the difficult conditions that just keep coming back: from caphoid nonunion advanced collapse wrists (SNAC) to adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulders) and a lot of evidence-informed assessment and intervention in between. Highly experienced surgeons and therapists will share their strategies complemented by cadaver dissections.

Treatment of Nerve and Tendon Injuries: Optimizing Clinical Reasoning and Intervention Strategies: Digital Encore Presentation of WI Hand Experience

Anytime
Work at your own pace; on DVD or Flash Drive
9.5 Contact Hours, Program #10879
Download Syllabus
$445

Course Description

Topics Include:

  • Kinesiologic Overview of the Wrist
  • Tendinopathy of the Hand and Wrist
  • Digging Deeper with Tendon Pathology at the Wrist:
    Is it Just a Tendon Issue?
  • Cadaveric Dissection: Wrist
  • Unfolding and Addressing Flexor Tendon Pitfalls
  • Anatomy and Biomechanics of Brachial Plexus and
    Thoracic Outlet
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: Surgical Procedures
  • Gain an Overview of How to Conservatively Manage Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)
  • Brachial Plexus Surgery, Therapy and Case Studies
  • Surgical Management of Nerve and Free Muscle
    Transfers in the Upper Extremity
  • Cadaveric Dissection: Nerve Versus Muscle Transfers

Course Faculty

  • Curtis A. Crimmins, MD
  • George B. Haasler, MD, FACS
  • Krista Kienitz, OTR, CHT, CLT
  • Rebecca Neiduski, PhD, OTR/L, CHT
  • Donald A. Neumann, PT, PhD, FAPTA
  • Theresa Parry, OTR, COMT
  • Ann Porretto-Loehrke, PT, DPT, CHT, COMT, CMTPT
  • Neil Salyapongse, MD
  • Amy Turner, OTR, CHT
  • Kirk Turner, OTR, CHT
  • Renata V. Weber, MD

 

May

2018 Wisconsin Hand Experience: Upper Extremity Instability Methods and Management

5/10 12:15PM – 5:15PM and 5/11 8:00AM – 4:45PM and 5/12 8:00AM – 1:30PM
Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport
17 Contact Hours, Program #10898
Download Syllabus and Details
$640

Course Description

Topics Include:

  • Evaluation and Treatment of Thumb Instability
  • Therapist’s Management of Thumb Instability
  • Understanding Wrist Instability Patterns: Scapholunate (SL), Lunotriquetral (LT), Midcarpal Instability, and Distal Radioulnar Joint (DRUJ)
  • Clinical Testing for Stability of the Wrist: SL, LT, Midcarpal Joint (MCJ) and DRUJ
  • Current Research on Improving our Understanding of SL Issues and the Dart-Thrower’s Motion
  • Surgeon’s Management of SL and DRUJ Instability
  • Cadaveric Dissection: Soft Tissue Reconstruction for SL and DRUJ
  • Post-Operative Considerations with Therapy
  • Conservative Management of SL Issues with Proprioceptive Training
  • Anatomy of the Elbow: Understanding the Key Ligamentous Structures of the Elbow
  • Therapist’s Management of Medial and Lateral Elbow Instability
  • Physician’s Management of Shoulder Instability
  • Therapist’s Management of Shoulder Instability: Conservative Management and Post-Operative Considerations

Workshops

  • Physician’s Management of Shoulder Instability
  • Therapist’s Management of Shoulder Instability: Conservative Management and Po
  • Therapeutic Management of Elbow Instability
  • Incorporating Yoga into Your Hand Therapy Practice: Stabilizing the Core and More
  • Treatment of Wrist Instability: Orthoses, Proprioception and More!
  • Understanding Finger Instability
  • Conservative Management of Shoulder Instability

Course Faculty

  • Emily Altman, PT, DPT, CHT, OCS, CLT, WCC
  • Megan Bjella, MS, OTR/L, RYT-200
  • David Meister, MD
  • Theresa Parry, OTR, CHT, COMT
  • Ann Porretto-Loehrke, PT, DPT, CHT, COMT, CMTPT
  • David Ross, MD
  • Cynthia Watkins, PT, DPT, CHT
  • Aviva Wolff, EdD, OTR, CHT
  • Brian Zafonte, MD, PhD, FAAOS
  • Maria Zanoni, PT

Low Vision

5/19 8:00AM – 4:30PM
7 Contact Hours, Program #10878
Download Syllabus
$255 (before 4/19), $295 (after 4/19)

Course Description

Vision loss can have a major impact on quality of life, independence, and safety. Learn how to perform a low vision screening and incorporate interventions in a variety of skilled rehabilitation settings to maximize performance of activities of daily living.

Course Instructor

Brenda McGinley, OTR, CLVT, NDT, trained has over 25 years’ experience working in rehab. She currently is a clinician at Aurora West Allis Medical Center with experience in acute care, inpatient rehab, and outpatient neuro. She graduated from UWM in 1992 and has assisted with lab courses and presented at both WOTA, AOTA and outreach courses at UWM. She received her certification in Low Vision from ACVREP in 2008 and assisted with the development of the Low Vision Clinic, Drivers Rehabilitation Program and Parkinson’s BIG/Loud program at AWAMC.

A Manual Therapy Approach to Treating Shoulder Pain

5/25 8:00AM – 5:00PM
7.5 Contact Hours, Program #10881
Download Syllabus
$255 (before 4/25), $295 (after 4/25)

Course Description

Patients with shoulder complex pain provide clinicians with several challenges in attempting to identify the nature of the patient’s symptoms and determine an appropriate course of treatment. This hands-on course will integrate current evidence of how information from the physical therapy examination is used to enhance clinical decision making for the integration of manual therapy interventions (joint and soft tissue mobilizations) for the shoulder complex. Extensive laboratory sessions will be offered to develop the clinician’s skills in assessing shoulder dysfunction, performing a variety of manual therapy skills, and prescribing appropriate follow-up therapeutic exercises. Ideas for patient education will be presented to facilitate the manual therapy techniques.

Course Instructor

Paul Reuteman PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, ATC, is a Clinical Professor in the Program of Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. His primary teaching responsibilities include musculoskeletal examination and intervention, clinical-decision making principles and clinical radiology. He maintains an active clinical practice at Riverside Corporate Wellness in La Crosse, WI. Dr. Reuteman is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist from the ABPTS and is a board-certified Athletic Trainer from the NATA. Dr. Reuteman is the co-founder of Specialized Physical Therapy Education and serves as Faculty and a Lead Instructor of their Orthopedic Residency Program. In 2017, he was voted the Physical Therapist of the Year in the La Crosse area. He was also recently honored by his alma mater, Marquette University, by receiving the Distinguished Alumnus Award in the Health Sciences.

 

June

Kinesio Taping Advanced Techniques and Clinical Reasoning

6/8 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Previously known as Kinesio Taping 3
8 Contact Hours, Program #10894
Download Syllabus
$285 (before 5/8), $385 (after 5/8)

Course Description

This course offers a brief review of the basic taping and assessment concepts learned in the first 2 day course. Advanced taping techniques and assessments are presented as Lecture Tutorials to introduce step by step applications for chronic edema, scar and fascial management, nerve taping as well as acute and chronic pain management. Participants will be offered ample lab time to practice each advanced technique guided by the Assessment Flowchart for clinical decision making. Case studies are presented for designing a clinically relevant application within a treatment program guided by the instructor. Case studies are then introduced for small groups of students to practice the variety of assessment techniques and advanced taping applications.

Each course participant will receive a Kinesio Taping product kit containing the following items; tote bag, pen, workbook, 1 roll of FP Tape, 1 roll of Classic Tape, 3 individual Fan Cuts.

Course Instructor

Ewa Jaraczewska, PT, CKTI, is Adult-NDT certified and a Certified TheraTogs Fitter. Currently, Ms. Jaraczewska is the manager of rehabilitation services at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. She received her physical therapy degree from the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw, Poland and completed a three month internship at the Center for Children with Duchene muscular dystrophy in France. Following graduation, she worked as a staff physical therapist in the neurology clinic at the Medical School Hospital in Warsaw. After two years, Ms. Jaraczewska became a faculty member at the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw. Four years later, Ms. Jaraczewska moved to the United States where she worked in acute care at George Washington University and Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in inpatient rehabilitation at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and in homecare at a private agency. Throughout her career, she has been involved in research and teaching. At George Washington University Hospital, Ms. Jaraczewska, was actively involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. At the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, she developed a multidisciplinary clinic for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She is a contributor and presenter for the annual Kinesio taping Symposium. Past presentations include Kinesio taping for stroke and Parkinson’s disease. She recently collaborated on the KT4 neuro manuscript with friend and colleague, Steven Hubert, PT and the Kinesio taping DVD for older adults. She has been a Certified Kinesio taping Instructor since 2003.

Kinesio Taping 4: Specialty Neurological Concepts of the Kinesio Taping Method

6/9 8:00AM – 5:30PM
8 Contact Hours, Program #10893
Download Syllabus
$299 (before 5/9), $399 (after 5/9)

Course Description

The KT4 Neurological course builds on and expands techniques learned in the KT1, KT2, and KT3 courses. This course addresses variations in nervous system status. The attendees will develop treatment strategies and practice extensive Kinesio Taping techniques to address a wide variety of issues encountered when treating patients with neurological diseases. Some examples include: CVA, CP, ALS, MD, MS, and TBI. The course considers other physiological systems which impact patient considerations when working with the trunk and extremities. Developing, recovering, and deteriorating nervous system patients are investigated, strategies planned, and Kinesio Taping techniques practiced.

Each course participant will receive a Kinesio Taping product kit containing the following items; pen, workbook, 2 rolls of FP Tape, 1 roll of Felix Classic Tape, 1 box of Fan Cuts.

Course Instructor

Ewa Jaraczewska, PT, CKTI, is Adult-NDT certified and a Certified TheraTogs Fitter. Currently, Ms. Jaraczewska is the manager of rehabilitation services at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. She received her physical therapy degree from the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw, Poland and completed a three month internship at the Center for Children with Duchene muscular dystrophy in France. Following graduation, she worked as a staff physical therapist in the neurology clinic at the Medical School Hospital in Warsaw. After two years, Ms. Jaraczewska became a faculty member at the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw. Four years later, Ms. Jaraczewska moved to the United States where she worked in acute care at George Washington University and Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in inpatient rehabilitation at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and in homecare at a private agency. Throughout her career, she has been involved in research and teaching. At George Washington University Hospital, Ms. Jaraczewska, was actively involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. At the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, she developed a multidisciplinary clinic for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She is a contributor and presenter for the annual Kinesio taping Symposium. Past presentations include Kinesio taping for stroke and Parkinson’s disease. She recently collaborated on the KT4 neuro manuscript with friend and colleague, Steven Hubert, PT and the Kinesio taping DVD for older adults. She has been a Certified Kinesio taping Instructor since 2003.

Myofascial Release; Deep Tissue Concepts

6/29 – 6/30 8:00AM – 5:30PM
16 Contact Hours, Program #10877
Download Syllabus
$525 (before 5/29), $575 (after 5/29)

Course Description

There are times when intuition and skilled hands far surpass protocols. When a patient presents with a symptom or range of symptoms that do not or have only shown a limited response to traditional protocols therapists must poses additional non-traditional skills, knowledge and techniques. Deep tissue MFR and an intuitive therapist can frequently generate a break through and achieve additional positive outcomes where a therapist using only traditional protocols cannot.

No longer will you be frustrated by lack of progress. You will become a non-traditional but highly successful therapist. This course is designed to steer you toward becoming that therapist. You will have “tools” at your disposal and “tricks” of the trade that others do not have. You will be able to treat the debilitating pain, stresses, and strains that patients have unsuccessfully been searching for relief from.

This courses is designed to manage body systems in relationship to incoming trauma and stress. It will introduce clinically relevant, highly efficient, alternative techniques that will increase effective outcomes for a broad range of dysfunctions.

Course Instructor

Mike Bond, MS, PT, CLT, DOR, has been a physical therapist since 1997. He graduated from University of the Pacific (UOP) and has a background in headache pain management, manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release (MFR), women’s health and Kinesio Taping in addition to many years’ experience as a treating orthopedic clients and athletes in a variety of settings. Having a background as a therapist he has in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and physiology related to numerous disorders and how they can interact with and impact body structure, movement and function. He also understands the perspective of many who attend this program due to his experience in a variety of practice settings. He is very active in treating, consulting, and teaching about lymphedema, edema, deep tissue, MFR, spinal manipulation wherever and whenever he finds a place for it. He joined the staff at UW-Milwaukee in November 2012 teaching the Comprehensive Lymphedema and Venous Edema Management course and Lymphedema II: The Next Level and Lymphedema: Module III and is expanding his course offerings yearly. He is invested in this education due to both personal and professional reasons.

 

July

Clinical Applications of Pain Science for Manual & Movement Therapists

7/6 – 7/7 9:00AM – 5:00PM
14 Contact Hours, Program #10920
Download Syllabus
$525 (before 6/6), $575 (after 6/6)

Course Description

This two day course will focus on re-conceptualizing pain and manual therapy and their roles in musculoskeletal healthcare. The focus will be on how to use manual and movement techniques in a manner that is consistent with the evidence and theories of how biopsychosocial factors can impact pain and its related disability.The course provides the opportunity to learn how modifications of traditional manual and movement therapy practices can improve patient outcomes. The course aims to decrease practitioner stress and increase confidence when working with routine and complex patients. Instructors will thoroughly discuss the science of pain and how to incorporate effective therapeutic pain management approaches into your daily practice. The course will challenge many misconceptions about pain and manual therapy as we learn the basics of utilizing a biopsychosocial framework in musculoskeletal practice.

Traditional manual and physical therapy beliefs will be challenged throughout the course to provide attendees an understanding of how a biopsychosocial approach is often more beneficial than a pathoanatomical one. Lecture, discussion, observation, practical applications and small group work will be used to emphasize key learning objectives.

Course Instructors

Eric Purves, RMT, is a registered massage therapist, based in Victoria, BC Canada. In 2010, he opened Achieve Health, a multidisciplinary healthcare clinic which offers services across five different health care professions; massage therapy, chiropractic, physiotherapy, and acupuncture. Eric’s main area of clinical and rehabilitation interest is ‘Persistent Pain Management’. He is a faculty member with PainBC, where he teaches workshops for RMT’s on pain management. Eric has been invited to instruct pain management strategies for manual and movement therapists, at various events throughout Canada and the US. He also sits on the executive board of the professional association’s (RMTBC) professional practice group (PPG) in pain management; where the groups goal is to provide education, research and evidence based treatments for more effective pain management strategies in the manual and movement therapies.

Sarah Haag, PT, DPT, WCS, graduated from Marquette University in 2002 with a Master’s of Physical Therapy. Sarah has pursued an interest in treating the spine, pelvis with a specialization in women’s and men’s health. Over the past 10 years, Sarah has seized every opportunity available to her in order to further her understanding of the human body, and the various ways it can seem to fall apart in order to sympathetically and efficiently facilitate a return to optimal function. Sarah was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) from the Section on Women’s Health. She went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Masters of Science in Women’s Health from Rosalind Franklin University in 2008. In 2009 she was awarded a Board Certification as a specialist in women’s health (WCS). Sarah also completed a Certification in Mechanical Diagnosis Therapy from the Mckenzie Institute in 2010. Sarah has completed a 200 hour Yoga Instructor Training Program, and is now a Registered Yoga Instructor. Sarah plans to integrate yoga into her rehabilitation programs, as well as teach small, personalized classes.

 

August

Lymphedema II: The Next Level

8/23 8:00AM – 6:30PM, 8/24 8:00AM – 6:00PM and 8/25 8:00AM – 5:30PM
26 Contact Hours, Program #10921
Download Syllabus
$615 (before 7/23), $665 (after (7/23)

Course Description

This course is designed for certified lymphedema therapists who want to acquire more in depth knowledge in specific treatment areas, increase “hands on skills” in these areas, and learn additional treatment skills through group discussions.

Course Instructor

Mike Bond, MS, PT, CLT, DOR, has been a physical therapist since 1997. He graduated from University of the Pacific (UOP) and has a background in headache pain management, manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release (MFR), and Kinesio Taping in addition to many years’ experience as a treating lymphedema therapist in a variety of settings. He is currently the director of therapy services for a large home health and hospice agency. In addition to treating patients, he supervises the work of numerous staff that have been trained in various lymphedema certification programs. Having a background as a therapist he has in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and physiology related to numerous disorders and how they can interact with and impact the lymphedema client. He also understands the perspective of many who attend this program due to his experience in a variety of practice settings. He is very active in treating, consulting, and teaching about lymphedema wherever and whenever he finds a place for it. He joined the staff at UW-Milwaukee in November 2012 teaching the Comprehensive Lymphedema and Venous Edema Management course and Lymphedema II: The Next Level and Lymphedema: Module III. He is invested in this education due to both personal and professional reasons.

 

September

Lymphedema I: Comprehensive Lymphedema and Venous Edema Management (6 Day Certification)

9/11 – 9/15 8:00AM – 7:30PM, 9/16 8:00AM – 12:15PM
62 Contact Hours, Program #10488
Download Syllabus
$1,435 (before 8/11), $1,485 (after 8/11)

Course Description

Upon completion of this six day, 62 hour introductory course, participants will be awarded applicable CE hours and full certification as a lymphedema therapist, (CLT). This course combines various European lymphedema and soft tissue mobilization techniques, integrated with practical clinical oriented treatment techniques to achieve outcomes in the managed care market. The course awards 62 hours (6.2 CEUs). An additional 18 hours (1.8 CEUs) may be earned with coursework completed at home.

Course Instructor

Mike Bond, MS, PT, CLT, DOR, has been a physical therapist since 1997. He graduated from University of the Pacific (UOP) and has a background in headache pain management, manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release (MFR), and Kinesio Taping in addition to many years’ experience as a treating lymphedema therapist in a variety of settings. He is currently the director of therapy services for a large home health and hospice agency. In addition to treating patients, he supervises the work of numerous staff that have been trained in various lymphedema certification programs. Having a background as a therapist he has in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and physiology related to numerous disorders and how they can interact with and impact the lymphedema client. He also understands the perspective of many who attend this program due to his experience in a variety of practice settings. He is very active in treating, consulting, and teaching about lymphedema wherever and whenever he finds a place for it. He joined the staff at UW-Milwaukee in November 2012 teaching the Comprehensive Lymphedema and Venous Edema Management course and Lymphedema II: The Next Level and Lymphedema: Module III. He is invested in this education due to both personal and professional reasons.

Nonsurgical Evaluation & Treatment of the Shoulder

9/21 – 9/22 8:00AM – 4:30PM
14 Contact Hours, Program #10876
Download Syllabus
$500 (before 8/21) $550 (after 8/21)

Course Description

Shoulder dysfunction is a very common occurrence and, in terms of musculoskeletal problems, is the third most common reason for patients to seek healthcare. Occupational and physical therapists are often asked to work with patients who have shoulder problems in many clinical settings. These problems are often complex, however, making them difficult to assess and treat. Shoulder dysfunction is often misdiagnosed which adds to the difficulty. An approach informed by clinical experience and available evidence will set the OT or PT up for success in the clinic.

Course Instructor

Dana Washburn, MS, OTR/L, has 16 years of experience as an occupational therapist, three years as an occupational therapy educator and is presently a clinical assistant professor for the UWM Department of Occupational Science & Technology. Her focus is adult rehabilitation, having worked in a variety of practice settings, including acute care, sub-acute rehabilitation, home health and outpatient therapy. She has significant clinical expertise in the area of shoulder rehabilitation. In addition, she completed her master’s thesis in the area of patient compliance with occupational therapy treatment programs. She has a strong interest in occupational therapy fieldwork, and remains active in the field working part time at a local skilled nursing facility.

Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic Tightness

9/28 8:30AM – 4PM
6 Contact Hours, Program #11010
Download Syllabus
$250 (before 8/28), $285 (after 8/28)

Course Description

This introductory course will describe clinical presentation of extrinsic vs intrinsic tightness and will facilitate the clinician to determine appropriate treatment plan and intervention techniques to optimize patient outcomes.

Course Instructor

Lindsey Angst, MS, OTR/L, CLVT, is a practicing Occupational Therapist with a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. In 2012, she became a Certified Low Vision Therapist (CLVT) and developed a Low Vision Program at HSHS Prevea where she treats age-related eye conditions, along with concussion patients.

Lindsey has been practicing for 9+ years as a hand therapist with her focus areas including custom orthosis fabrication, creating individualized treatment plans, application of evidence based treatment techniques and giving annual community educational presentations. Lindsey is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee Occupational Therapy graduate program.

Kinesio Taping® Assessments, Fundamental Concepts and Techniques

9/28 – 9/29 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Previously known as Kinesio Taping 1&2
16 Contact Hours, Program #11145
Download Syllabus
$575 (before 8/28), $675 (after 8/28)

Course Description

Two day course designed to introduce participants to the science, assessment and application techniques of the Kinesio Taping® Method. Lecture tutorials of the history, science and theory of stimulus transmission through skin and resulting therapeutic benefit across efferent and afferent systems is reviewed. Corrections for Epidermis, Dermis, Fascia, Space, and Muscle in case study format are presented. Lecture and demonstration by the instructor, then participants perform the Manual Assessments and Movement Assessments. Discussion of the assessment flow charts to determine correct applications and general progression of treatment clinically.

Day Two continues with instruction and demonstration of assessment and taping procedures for the Mechanical, Tendon, Ligament and Circulatory/Lymphatic Corrections in case study format. Time is allotted for questions and discussion of the assessment flow charts to determine correct applications and general progression of treatment clinically. Participants will receive a full color Kinesio Taping® Workbook and a 60-day access code to the KTAI database.

Course Instructor

Ewa Jaraczewska, PT, CKTI, is Adult-NDT certified and a Certified TheraTogs Fitter. Currently, Ms. Jaraczewska is the manager of rehabilitation services at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. She received her physical therapy degree from the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw, Poland and completed a three month internship at the Center for Children with Duchene muscular dystrophy in France. Following graduation, she worked as a staff physical therapist in the neurology clinic at the Medical School Hospital in Warsaw. After two years, Ms. Jaraczewska became a faculty member at the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw. Four years later, Ms. Jaraczewska moved to the United States where she worked in acute care at George Washington University and Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in inpatient rehabilitation at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and in homecare at a private agency. Throughout her career, she has been involved in research and teaching. At George Washington University Hospital, Ms. Jaraczewska, was actively involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. At the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, she developed a multidisciplinary clinic for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She is a contributor and presenter for the annual Kinesio taping Symposium. Past presentations include Kinesio taping for stroke and Parkinson’s disease. She recently collaborated on the KT4 neuro manuscript with friend and colleague, Steven Hubert, PT and the Kinesio taping DVD for older adults. She has been a Certified Kinesio taping Instructor since 2003.

Kinesio Taping® Assessments, Fundamental Concepts, Fundamental Techniques, Advanced Techniques and Clinical Reasoning

9/28 – 9/29 and 11/16 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Previously known as Kinesio Taping 1, 2&3
24 Contact Hours, Program #11146
Download Syllabus
$785 (before 8/28), $885 (after 8/28)

Course Description

Day one is designed to introduce participants to the science, assessment and application techniques of the Kinesio Taping® Method. Lecture tutorials of the history, science and theory of stimulus transmission through skin and resulting therapeutic benefit across efferent and afferent systems is reviewed. Corrections for Epidermis, Dermis, Fascia, Space, and Muscle in case study format are presented. Lecture and demonstration by the instructor, then participants perform the Manual Assessments and Movement Assessments. Discussion of the assessment flow charts to determine correct applications and general progression of treatment clinically.

Day two continues with instruction and demonstration of assessment and taping procedures for the Mechanical, Tendon, Ligament and Circulatory/Lymphatic Corrections in case study format. Time is allotted for questions and discussion of the assessment flow charts to determine correct applications and general progression of treatment clinically. At the conclusion of day two participants will receive 60-day access code to the KTAI database.

Day three focuses on advanced taping techniques and assessments are presented as Lecture Tutorials to introduce step by step applications for chronic edema, scar and fascial management, nerve taping as well as acute and chronic pain management. Participants will be offered ample lab time to practice each advanced technique guided by the Assessment Flowchart for clinical decision making. Case studies are presented for designing a clinically relevant application within a treatment program guided by the instructor. Case studies are then introduced for small groups of students to practice the variety of assessment techniques and advanced taping applications.

Course Instructor

Ewa Jaraczewska, PT, CKTI, is Adult-NDT certified and a Certified TheraTogs Fitter. Currently, Ms. Jaraczewska is the manager of rehabilitation services at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. She received her physical therapy degree from the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw, Poland and completed a three month internship at the Center for Children with Duchene muscular dystrophy in France. Following graduation, she worked as a staff physical therapist in the neurology clinic at the Medical School Hospital in Warsaw. After two years, Ms. Jaraczewska became a faculty member at the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw. Four years later, Ms. Jaraczewska moved to the United States where she worked in acute care at George Washington University and Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in inpatient rehabilitation at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and in homecare at a private agency. Throughout her career, she has been involved in research and teaching. At George Washington University Hospital, Ms. Jaraczewska, was actively involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. At the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, she developed a multidisciplinary clinic for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She is a contributor and presenter for the annual Kinesio taping Symposium. Past presentations include Kinesio taping for stroke and Parkinson’s disease. She recently collaborated on the KT4 neuro manuscript with friend and colleague, Steven Hubert, PT and the Kinesio taping DVD for older adults. She has been a Certified Kinesio taping Instructor since 2003.

 

October

Manual Therapy for the Thoracic Spine and Ribs

10/5 8:00AM – 4:00PM
7 Contact Hours, Program #11147
Download Syllabus
$255 (before 9/5), $295 (after 9/5)

Course Description

Diagnosing and treating thoracic and rib pain can be challenging and frustrating. Due to the complex nature of the thoracic region, finding the root cause of mid back pain is often difficult. This course intends to simplify evaluation and treatment for the most common thoracic and rib dysfunctions from a manual therapy perspective. This is a hands-on course that is meant to impart a streamlined approach for care of the mid back that can be applied to both acute and chronic conditions. Manual techniques that will be covered in this course include muscle energy, mobilization, articulation, and manipulations. A brief overview of therapeutic exercises for the thoracic spine with be covered to ensure long term success of manual treatments. It is intended that each course attendee be able to immediately utilize the covered techniques to improve their clinical efficiency.

Course Instructor

Ted German, PT, AAS, BA, DPT, CIMT, CPRS , has over 18 years of experience in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and has taught dozens of manual therapy courses all over the country. He currently works at Group Health Cooperative in Madison, WI as a spine specialist. He also works in the Urgent Care Physical Therapy department at GHC and is currently developing an Acute Low Back Pain program. Dr. German’s education includes a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from St. Catherine University, Minneapolis, MN; a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from Concordia University, St. Paul, MN; and an Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapy from Lourdes College, Sylvania, OH. He is a Certified Integrated Manual Therapist and a Certified Pilates Rehabilitation Specialist. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Orthopedic Section. Dr. German’s other significant teaching experiences include guest lectures on “Pilates for Rehabilitation” for St. Catherine University’s Orthopedics Department and “Risk Factors for Patellofemoral Pain Among Females” at the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting.

Women's Health for the Non-Pelvic Health Therapist

10/12 – 10/13 8:00AM – 4:30PM
14 Contact Hours, Program #10919
Download Syllabus
$525 (before 9/12), $575 (after 9/12)

Course Description

This 2 day course will be a comprehensive introduction to the world of Women’s Health. Women’s Health includes more than just the pelvis, and this course will cover not just issues women are more likely to experience, but also how healthcare providers can address those issues. Pain, incontinence, dysmenorrhea, pregnancy, menopause, and female athlete triad are just some of the issues that will be addressed in this course. Bowel, bladder and sexual health will be addressed in detail, as well as basic assessment and interventions that will be within the scope of practice for participants.

Course Instructor

Sarah J. Haag, PT, DPT, WCS, Cert. MDT, RYT, graduated from Marquette University in 2002 with a Master’s of Physical Therapy. Sarah has pursued an interest in treating the spine, pelvis with a specialization in women’s and men’s health. Over the past 10 years, Sarah has seized every opportunity available to her in order to further her understanding of the human body, and the various ways it can seem to fall apart in order to sympathetically and efficiently facilitate a return to optimal function. Sarah was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) from the Section on Women’s Health. She went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Masters of Science in Women’s Health from Rosalind Franklin University in 2008. In 2009 she was awarded a Board Certification as a specialist in women’s health (WCS). Sarah also completed a Certification in Mechanical Diagnosis Therapy from the Mckenzie Institute in 2010. Sarah has completed a 200 hour Yoga Instructor Training Program, and is now a Registered Yoga Instructor. Sarah plans to integrate yoga into her rehabilitation programs, as well as teach small, personalized classes.

 

November

Manual Therapy of the Thumb *DATE CHANGE*

11/3 8:00AM – 4:30PM
7 Contact Hours, Program #10880
Syllabus Coming Soon

Course Description

Course Description Coming Soon

Course Instructor

Ann Porretto-Loehrke, PT, DPT, CHT, COMT, CMTPT, is a skilled clinician with a passion for teaching and clinical treatment of upper extremity disorders. She has been practicing for over 20 years and teaching continuing education courses for the past 12. She is the therapy co-manager of a large department at the Hand to Shoulder Center in Appleton, Wisconsin. Ann is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) and a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) for treatment of the upper quadrant through the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM). She has extensive training in the evaluation and treatment of the upper quadrant. Ann completed a post-professional Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Drexel University with a specialty in hand and upper quarter rehabilitation. She is also certified in dry needling through Myopain Seminars, as a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT). Ann previously served as an item writer and Vice-Chair of the Examination committee for the Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC). She is a lead instructor who co-developed the Hand & Upper Extremity Track through IAOM, a set of 6 manual therapy courses designed specifically for hand and upper extremity specialists. She co-authored a chapter in Rehabilitation of the Hand & Upper Extremity on nerve compression syndromes of the elbow and forearm, as well as published an article entitled “Clinical Manual Assessment of the Wrist” in the 2016 Journal of Hand Therapy’s special edition of the wrist. Ann has presented at American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) annual conferences, Canadian Hand Conferences, Philadelphia meeting, and Teton Hand Conferences. She also teaches online courses for MedBridge education.

Current Emerging Therapeutic Strategies Using Mirror Therapy and Graded Motor Imagery

11/10 8:00AM – 4:30PM
7 Contact Hours, Program #11150
$255 (before 10/10), $295 (after 10/10)
Download Syllabus

Course Description

Recent neuroscience evidence has validated the use of mirror therapy and graded motor imagery (GMI) following neurological insults. These “top down” strategies have been shown to improve cortical organization of the brain. This course will emphasize a clinical reasoning approach supported by current evidence for treating neurological insults by using this “top down” method. Both mirror therapy and GMI work in conjunction with conventional therapies to improve motor recovery in the upper and lower extremities.

Course Instructor

Susan W. Stralka, PT, DPT, MS, is a licensed physical therapist with many years of experience treating both musculoskeletal and neurovascular consequences of injury. She is a guest lecturer at The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis, Tennessee (UTHSC) and earned a Master’s Degree and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from there. She has a strong clinical background in treating neurological and musculoskeletal consequences of injury.
Susan has presented nationally and internationally in upper and lower extremity dysfunctions as well as pain management. Susan has written articles on a wide variety of topics related to physical therapy for many national publications and health journals. Her most recent publications a
re: “Graded Motor Imagery” in the Journal of Hand Therapy 2011, “Thoracic Outlet Syndrome” in the book entitled Neck and Arm Pain Syndromes by Elsevier in 2011 and a chapter on “Spinal Cord Injury/Central Nervous System/Brachial Plexus” in the book Hand & Upper Extremity Rehabilitation, 2013. Dr. Stralka was also the recipient of the Dorothy B. Kaufmann Lectureship given by Philadelphia Hand Rehabilitation Foundation in 2012.

Cognition and Driving

11/16 8:00AM – 4:00PM
6.5 Contact Hours, Program #11155
$255 (before 10/16), $295 (after 10/16)
Download Syllabus

Course Description

This course is designed to highlight the importance of treating cognition in all Occupational Therapy settings. Course attendees will learn how to use subjective and objective cognitive information to provide safe and ethical recommendations about driving to their patients. Functional and objective cognition tests will be discussed as well as the levels of driving behavior and considerations for each level.

Course Instructor

Laurie Misslich OTR, C/NDT , has been an Occupational Therapist for 17 years specializing in neurological disorders. She has worked in all levels of care with stroke patients and has eleven years of experience with treatment of neurological patients in the outpatient setting. She is certified in neurological developmental treatment, LSVT BIG for treatment of Parkinson’s and lymphedema treatment. Laurie also has specialized training in low vision, driver re-training and splinting. Past presentations include the 2010 WOTA annual conference and continuing education for Aurora Health Care including annual training for stroke treatment to her peers since 2006.

Kinesio Taping Advanced Techniques and Clinical Reasoning

11/16 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Previously known as Kinesio Taping 3
8 Contact Hours, Program #11144
Download Syllabus
$285 (before 10/16), $385 (after 10/16)

Course Description

This course offers a brief review of the basic taping and assessment concepts learned in the first 2 day course. Advanced taping techniques and assessments are presented as Lecture Tutorials to introduce step by step applications for chronic edema, scar and fascial management, nerve taping as well as acute and chronic pain management. Participants will be offered ample lab time to practice each advanced technique guided by the Assessment Flowchart for clinical decision making. Case studies are presented for designing a clinically relevant application within a treatment program guided by the instructor. Case studies are then introduced for small groups of students to practice the variety of assessment techniques and advanced taping applications.
Each course participant will receive a Kinesio Taping product kit containing the following items; tote bag, pen, workbook, 1 roll of FP Tape, 1 roll of Classic Tape, 3 individual Fan Cuts.

Course Instructor

Ewa Jaraczewska, PT, CKTI, is Adult-NDT certified and a Certified TheraTogs Fitter. Currently, Ms. Jaraczewska is the manager of rehabilitation services at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. She received her physical therapy degree from the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw, Poland and completed a three month internship at the Center for Children with Duchene muscular dystrophy in France. Following graduation, she worked as a staff physical therapist in the neurology clinic at the Medical School Hospital in Warsaw. After two years, Ms. Jaraczewska became a faculty member at the Physical Therapy School in Warsaw. Four years later, Ms. Jaraczewska moved to the United States where she worked in acute care at George Washington University and Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in inpatient rehabilitation at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and in homecare at a private agency. Throughout her career, she has been involved in research and teaching. At George Washington University Hospital, Ms. Jaraczewska, was actively involved in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. At the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, she developed a multidisciplinary clinic for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She is a contributor and presenter for the annual Kinesio taping Symposium. Past presentations include Kinesio taping for stroke and Parkinson’s disease. She recently collaborated on the KT4 neuro manuscript with friend and colleague, Steven Hubert, PT and the Kinesio taping DVD for older adults. She has been a Certified Kinesio taping Instructor since 2003.

Lymphedema: Module III

11/29-12/1 8:00AM – 5:30PM
34 Contact Hours, Program #10403
Download Syllabus
$615 (before 10/28), $665 (after 10/28)

Course Description

This course is open to Certified Lymphedema Therapists who have completed a minimum of 62 hours of prior lymphedema education. Through this course participants will be provided with an updated understanding of the structure and function of the lymphatic system. Participants will receive a combination of lecture and practical workshops on the treatment of special situations; such as head and neck edema, truncal edema, breast edema, and genital edema. This is an intensive course and is hands on including breast drainage, pelvic floor and full body MLD techniques. In addition a spa style of manual lymphatic therapy will be taught to further expand participant’s skills and ability to treat a more diverse range of patients.
There will be an opportunity to share creative solutions, products, resources, manual techniques and time to discuss problem cases. There will be an opportunity to teach, learn, and collaborate with classmates regarding skin care and bandaging options, MLT, and other areas. Various commercial compression garments and alternatives will be presented.

Course Instructor

Mike Bond, MS, PT, CLT , has been a physical therapist since 1997. He graduated from University of the Pacific (UOP) and has a background in headache pain management, manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release (MFR), and Kinesio Taping in addition to many years’ experience as a treating lymphedema therapist in a variety of settings. He is currently the director of therapy services for a large home health and hospice agency. In addition to treating patients, he supervises the work of numerous staff that have been trained in various lymphedema certification programs. Having a background as a therapist he has in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and physiology related to numerous disorders and how they can interact with and impact the lymphedema client. He also understands the perspective of many who attend this program due to his experience in a variety of practice settings. He is very active in treating, consulting, and teaching about lymphedema wherever and whenever he finds a place for it. He joined the staff at UWM in November 2012 teaching the Comprehensive Lymphedema and Venous Edema Management course and Lymphedema II: The Next Level. He is invested in this education due to both personal and professional reasons.

Evaluation and Peri-operative Management of Thumb Arthritis

11/30-12/1 8:00AM – 5:00PM
15 Contact Hours, Program #11140
Download Syllabus
$500 (before 10/30), $550 (after 10/30)

Course Description

Evolution’s establishment of the human thumb has largely contributed to advance of our species, but when thumbs don’t function properly, the impact is debilitating. This course will advance your knowledge of thumb arthritis to facilitate improved patient satisfaction and performance with daily tasks. With a focus on osteoarthritis (OA) of the first carpal-metacarpal (CMC) joint, participants will gain a better understanding of complex anatomy and biomechanics principles that affect load and lead to destruction of joint surfaces. This course will include a hands-on lab to strengthen your skills in evaluation and treatment.

Course Instructor

Nicole A. Bolwerk, MS, OTR, CHT, graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a Masters in Occupational Therapy (OT) in 2011 and has since dedicated her career to advances in hand therapy. She began teaching with the UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education shortly after graduation and has since increased her involvement in academia, recently accepting the instructor role for the Hand and Upper Extremity Rehab course for Masters level OT students. Nicole has experience in a variety of clinical settings including ergonomics, various levels of inpatient rehab and outpatient hand therapy. She currently works at the Veterans’ Affairs (VA) Hospital. She is very passionate about hand therapy, research, knowledge sharing and networking.

Breast Cancer Pilates based Programming and Cardiovascular Exercise

11/30-12/1 8:00AM – 4:00PM
13 Contact Hours, Program #11251
Download Syllabus
$500 (before 10/30), $550 (after 10/30)

Course Description

With more than 3 million breast cancer survivors in the US today, you are very likely to be treating an increasing number of survivors. After undergoing breast cancer surgery and treatment, women can face fatigue, loss of range of motion and strength, peripheral neuropathy, weight gain, lymphedema and psychosocial issues.
Learn how to help your patients to live beyond their breast cancer. Use this two day program with your patients which incorporates Pilates based and cardiovascular recommendations so that they can continue to regain function and endurance.
Pilates based exercise can serve as a gentle introduction or re-introduction to exercise while improving daily function. This introductory seminar is designed for therapists who wish to learn Pilates based chair, mat, and standing techniques to incorporate with your traditional therapy techniques.
Understand the stages of breast cancer, local and systemic treatment options, rehabilitation issues, Pilates anatomy and principles, strength and aerobic guidelines, assessments to be used, as well as practicing the techniques to bring back to the clinic.

Course Instructor

Naomi Aaronson is an occupational therapist, certified hand therapist, Cancer Exercise Trainer and Pilates instructor. She uses Pilates for rehabilitation focusing on cancer survivors. After a car accident, Naomi discovered the benefits of Pilates which inspired her to be educated in the method. Presently, Naomi is an adjunct instructor in the OTA program at Suffolk Community College. She is co- author of the book Pilates for Breast Cancer Survivors: A Guide to Recovery, Healing and Wellness which offers a 3 phase rehabilitative exercise program including chair, mat and standing exercises.

 

December

No classes are open for December 2018 at this time.
Sign up for emails to receive notifications of class openings.

January 2019

Posture and Alignment for Feeding and Swallowing: A Contemporary Pediatric Neuro-Developmental Treatment Approach

1/11-1/12 8:00AM – 5:00PM
15 Contact Hours, Program #11149
Download Syllabus
$500 (before 12/11), $550 (after 12/11)

Course Description

This workshop is designed provide information related to the evaluation and treatment of children with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular disorders. Evidence from contemporary science and greater understanding of current theories in motor behavior are drawn upon to enhance clinical reasoning skills in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT). It includes assessing a client according to the ICF model and utilizing task analysis to organize and provide effective treatment strategies. The format will be lecture, patient demonstrations, and lab opportunities. The emphasis will be placed on postural control and treatment strategies related to feeding and oral motor control. Participants will learn practical applications that they will be able to bring to their practice.

Course Instructor

Bethanne Mazurczak, MS, CCC-SLP, C/NDT , has been a practicing clinician since 1990 and has worked in a variety of settings that include: pediatric outpatient rehabilitation; acute care, including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; Neonatal follow-up clinic; home based treatment and private practice. In 1995 she received her certification in Neuro-Developmental Treatment and is currently completing her work to become a Speech Pathology instructor for the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association. Bethanne’s primary clinical focus has been working with the pediatric and young adult populations with neuromuscular and musculoskeletal involvement. Her treatment areas of expertise include feeding and swallowing, motor-speech, early communication and respiratory/phonatory disorders. She values collaborative work with other professionals and appreciates multi-disciplinary approaches to treatment. Over the years Bethanne has utilized many treatment models of practice and advocates for dynamic, problem solving approaches. She is continually looking for new ways to provide efficient and functional outcomes to the varied and diverse populations that she serves. She is certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). In addition to NDT, Bethanne is also certified in Vital-Stim for Dysphagia and the SOS Feeding Approach. Throughout her professional career she has supervised graduate level students during their externship placements as well as having supervised many Speech-Language Pathologists during their Clinical Fellowship Year. She has presented at the local, state, national and international levels on issues relating to respiratory/sound production; swallowing function and feeding issues; early communication and speech/language development.
Leslie Paparsenos, PT, MS, C/NDT C/NDT , specializes in pediatric rehabilitation, serving babies, children and adolescents across a spectrum of neurological and developmental disabilities, and their families. Leslie is a certified Pediatric NDT Instructor, certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment, and a certified clinical instructor by the APTA. She has been teaching both internationally and nationally since 2007. Leslie is committed both to supporting therapists in their clinical development and assisting families in their journey to independence.
 

February 2019

No classes are open for February 2019 at this time.
Sign up for emails to receive notifications of class openings.

March 2019

No classes are open for March 2019 at this time.
Sign up for emails to receive notifications of class openings.

April 2019

No classes are open for April 2019 at this time.
Sign up for emails to receive notifications of class openings.
 

Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of this information. We reserve the right to update or change information without notice. Please contact us at chs-outreach@uwm.edu or (414) 227-3123 if you have any questions or to report errors.

Approved Providers