Mary Massery LIVE INTERACTIVE Webinar - LINKED: Breathing & Postural Control - Part 1

Friday, October 7, 2022 

7:30 AM (PST) - 12:00 PM (PST)

Saturday, October 8, 2022

7:30 AM (PST) - 11:15 AM (PST)


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Registration open through 10/6/2022 8:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)


Continuing Education

Registration is $230 USD

 

8 Continuing Education Hours/.8 CEUs


Details
(Part-1 of Mary Massery’s 3-day “LINKED” COURSE)
This course, developed by Mary Massery, proposes a new definition of “core stability;” redefining it as the dynamic control of trunk pressures to optimize postural stability (balance). Dr. Massery’s novel “soda pop can model” links breathing mechanics (including the vocal folds), to postural control using multi-system interactions.

Presenting

SPEAKER'S BIOGRAPHY: Mary Massery, PT, DPT, DSc

Dr. Massery received her BS in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in 1977, her DPT from the University of the Pacific in 2004 and her DSc from Rocky Mountain University in 2011. Her publications and interests focus on linking motor behaviors to breathing and/or postural mechanics in both pediatric and adult patient populations. Dr. Massery has been invited to give over 1,000 professional presentations in all 50 US states and in 18 countries worldwide, including more than 100 presentations for the American Physical Therapy Association. Mary's research pioneered the concept of managing trunk pressures as a new way to visualize core stabilization. She has delivered keynote and major addresses on topics such as cystic fibrosis and posture, pectus excavatum (chest deformities), connections between posture & breathing, and PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation).

 

Mary has received national awards from the APTA, including its highest clinical award, The Florence Kendall Practice Award, honoring “one's outstanding and enduring contributions to the practice of physical therapy.' She has been honored as Outstanding Alumnus of the Year by each of her 3 universities. She was also awarded Northwestern University's Alumnae Research Achievement Award. Mary continues to maintain a private practice in Chicago, specializing in breathing and postural dysfunction.

 

 


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