Overview

This 30-minute continuing education course is presented to you by Dr. Scott Thompson, OTD, MOT, OTR/L, LSVT, the Director of Clinical Services at Saebo, Inc. This course will introduce you to the principles behind the SaeboStim Micro, evidence-based research concerning the purpose and use of sensory electrical stimulation for neurological recovery, and reasons to treat the somatosensory cortex to prime the motor cortex for recovery in individuals that are healthy or have upper limb dysfunction. This introductory CEU course is intended for medical professionals (e.g. OT/OTA, PT/PTA, Physicians, Orthotists) directly related to the rehabilitation of a patient or client. To participate in this CEU and receive credit, the participant must be a licensed, treating clinician. Completion of this course will reward the participant with 0.5 NBCOT PDUs (0.05 AOTA CEUs), following completion of the presentation and a ≥80% score on the quiz. You will have 90 days to complete this course. This course will provide evidence-based research on somatosensory training, sensory electrical stimulation, features and benefits of the SaeboStim Micro discussion of cortical priming and it’s usefulness in rehabilitation, and why using the SaeboStim Micro in the clinic and at home can boost arm and hand recovery for individuals with healthy and dysfunctional limbs.

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Complete the following to earn 0.5 Hours of CEUs

    • Overview

    • Download Course Handout

    • SaeboStim Micro: Boost Hand and Arm Recovery

    • Course Review

    • SaeboStim Micro Quiz

    • Course Feedback Survey

Objectives

  • Discuss the importance of somatosensory treatment

  • Explain the difference between sensory electrical stimulation and neuromuscular electrical stimulation

  • Describe EBR pertaining to sensory electrical stimulation

  • Discuss the benefits of sensory electrical stimulation

  • Describe the features and benefits of the SaeboStim Micro

Agenda

  • Brief overview of somatosensory cortex and sensory-related deficits in recovery

  • Discussion of evidence-based research showing clinicians do not properly treat the somatosensory and the reasons why

  • Brief overview of the evidence-based research behind sensory electrical stimulation

  • Discussion of cortical priming and use in rehabilitation treatment

  • Introduction to the SaeboStim Micro

  • Evidence-based research on the efficacy of using mesh garment electrodes for recovery

  • How to utilize the SaeboStim Micro in intervention

  • Review of presentation handout for quiz

  • 10-question quiz

Instructor(s)

Accommodations

  • Cancellations

    If Saebo decides to cancel this course, for whatever reason, a notification will be sent to the original email used for participation in this course. If the participant would like to cancel their participation, please provide a short email to sthompson@saebo.com and you will be removed from the course.

  • Extra Accommodations

    Please provide extra accommodation requests via email to clinicalsupport@saebo.com explaining what you require to participate in the course(s) of your choosing. We will do our best to accommodate you if given a substantial amount of time prior to participation.