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Join Interactive Metronome for a Free Webinar

Apr 2, 2020 at 12PM AKDT

The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the Interactive Metronome (IM), an evidence-based and powerful patented rhythm intervention with broad clinical application that leverages technology to improve the brain’s efficiency and performance. Timing & rhythm are critical skills that reflect the degree of synchronization between neural networks in the brain and greatly influence the rehabilitation of cognitive, communicative, sensory, and motor skills. It is evident from peer-reviewed research that the perception and reproduction of timing & rhythm sequences is markedly deficient following acquired brain injury (Stroke, TBI, Concussion), in neuro-degenerative conditions (Parkinson’s, MS) and in certain psychiatric conditions like Schizophrenia. Observable symptoms of poor timing and rhythm include trouble with all levels of attention, executive functions, working memory, processing speed, expressive & receptive language, motor coordination, balance and gait. In recent years, research conducted at the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), Harvard University School of Medicine, Northwestern University and others have provided vital information about both the clinical and biological impact of Interactive Metronome. There is no prerequisite to attend this introductory course.


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PT/PTA & Other Disciplines Not Listed Above: If your discipline or state is not listed above, you may submit paperwork to your state board or association for CEUs if they allow you to do so. Please check with your state board/association prior to registering for this course.

Course Type: Live Webinar

Price: Free

  • Speaker Introduction & Disclosure
  • Interactive Metronome Introduction & Demonstration
  • The Importance of Millisecond Feedback
  • Scientific Basis: The IM Effect
  • Research/Clinical Application
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • ADHD
    • Aphasia
    • Hemiplegia/Upper Extremity Function
    • Balance & Gait
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • Fall Risk Reduction
  • Candidacy for Interactive Metronome
  • Question & Answer Period
  • Online Post-Test & Course Evaluation

Date: April 2, 2020

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM AKDT

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