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Oren Steinberg is the founder and chairperson of Sensory Treat, a revolutionary programme that supports therapists and parents to work together in creating home exercise programmes for children with sensory processing difficulties. Oren comes from a background of tech, currently working for a healthcare and technology company on a mission to make clinical genetic sequencing more accessible to physicians and patients, but his super power is that he is a dad that has walked the walk - and has his own personal journey of being a parent of a child on the therapy treadmill and what it means to actually be successful as parent at implementing therapy with your own kids at home - and what we as therapists can do to help with that. I really enjoyed our chat - it gave me a lot of food for thought and I know you are going to get a lot out of it too - enjoy!
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Introducing Sensory Treat 02:30
A real life parent story of using the App 12:34
The App details - what's inside Sensory Treat and how to use it 15:18
The research 24:42
Supporting adherence 33:15
Quick Wins 35:10
Don't make this mistake 36:28
A magic technique - getting back in the game 38:57
Developing a tech app 41:40
Tips for getting started 45:11
Resources
Web-links
Sensory Treat Programme: https://sensorytreat.com/
Purchase SensoryMagnets here.
Start to use the app and platform as a therapist here.
Peer reviewed publication on TeleMedicine and eHealth Journal here.
Editorial on OT Practice here (requires access to AOTA website).
Article on Autism Parenting Magazine here.
Blog posts with tips for families here.
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Sensory Treat Page
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Judy Carmick, MA, PT is a physical therapist that excels at weaving together the philosophies and approaches that form the bases of pediatric neuromotor rehabilitation - even ones that seemingly conflict like Brunnström and Bobath!
But she doesn't stop there, she has taken their teachings, mixed in with the current literature and applied it with a curious and observant clinical approach to develop her own amazing application of neuromuscular electrical stimulation, which she calls TASES (Task Specific Electrical Stimulation).
The results are fast and effective and it really does look like she has a magic wand. This interview is pure gold! I hope you enjoy learning from Judy's amazing thoughts and insights.
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Mindy
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Time Stamps (might only work on desktop)
Signe Brunnström - Phd in kinesiology 1:11
Figuring out e-Stim 7:26
why / how it works 11:39
Practical tips to using it for the first time 16:07
Judy’s publications 16:37
e-stim on the ADDuctors 19:45 / 20:50
e-stim & bracing 20:10
Developing the TASES technique 24:45
Clinical Questions 29:38
ASD, Down Syndrome, Rhett Syndrome & ScoliosisStereognosis
Which muscles to target first 33:18
Progression and dosing + introducing estim to parents 36:40
SMA III non-ambulatory + scoliosis and fatigue 41:17
Doing courses with Judy 44:25
Book Recommendations 44:50
Info for new therapists (and old therapists too) 46:00
Why to stay away from ant tib and quads 46:58
The Walkaide - Judy’s thoughts on this 47:38
Judy’s recommendations for e-stim units 49:20
Evidence Based Practice for TASES- 51:50
Best advice for developing Excellence 56.28
Resources
Other Research
Comeaux, Phyllis MS, PT; Patterson, Nancy PT; Rubin, Marge PT; Meiner, Reneé PTAPediatric Physical Therapy: Fall 1997
Stability and decline in gross motor function among children andyouth with cerebral palsy aged 2 to 21 yearsDev Med Child Neurol. 2009 Apr;51(4):295-302. Hanna SE1, Rosenbaum PL, Bartlett DJ, Palisano RJ, Walter SD, Avery L, Russell DJ.
Short- and Long-Latency Contributions to Reciprocal Inhibition During Various Levels of Muscle Contraction of Individuals With Cerebral PalsyCharles T. Leonard, PT, PhD Daniel Y. Sandholdt, BS James A. McMillan, PhD Susan Queen, PT, PhD; J Child Neurol 2006;21:240—246)
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