ONEStep's ceu course

RTM and Movement Science: Why it Matters to Outcomes

Step into the exciting world of gait analysis to enhance your clinical decision making!
In this course, we will bring the subtleties of gait and movement to the surface as key indicators of health and assessors of fall risk profile and functional decline.
Gait analysis can be complicated, learn how to make it simple!
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  • Level: Introductory
  • Approved for 1 hour of CE’s/CEU’s through CEBroker
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CEU Approval Information
This course has been approved for 1 hour of CEU through CEBroker in the following states:
Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, US Virgin Islands

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By the end of the course the participant will be able to:
➢ Review the key gait and movement variables

➢ Integrate remotely obtained gait data to improve clinical decision making
➢ Discover how to make the most out of RTM
➢ Identify the common gait parameters correlated with increased fall risk and understand the importance of using test clusters (TUG, STS) to determine fall risk
➢ Compare and contrast different gait analysis methods/techniques
➢ Design and implement interventions to improve gait and movement patterns
➢ Explore the use of remote monitoring to strengthen the therapeutic alliance and enhance patient engagement
Meet the instructors
Stephanie DeShano Wakeman, PT DPT
Stephanie is the Director of Clinical Operations for OneStep. 
Stephanie has experience in all areas of physical therapy, but her main interest is in orthopedics, health innovation and health promotion. 
Stephanie is passionate about improving both the individual and population health using a holistic blend of technology and high touch care. She is dedicated to improving the systematic delivery of health through excellent leadership, innovation, education, and improving practical clinical applications from the advancement of remote monitoring and motion analysis.
Dr. Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Eric is associate professor of clinical physical therapy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California.
He has a special professional focus on distance-based and hybrid style education spanning entry-level and post-professional clinical education.
Formerly, Eric was director for the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Graduate Physical Therapy education programs from 2014-2020, where he oversaw operations of hybrid style residency and orthopedic manual therapy fellowship programs within a large health system.