Monthly Archives: August 2019

Music Therapy Helps CVP Patients Get Their Groove Back

brain made of wires

As therapists, we are constantly exploring new and innovative methods to motivate patients, increase engagement, and shorten healing time.  Many therapists have found combining music with physical therapy has a positive and lasting effect on patients with neurological impairments such as CVA, autism, and Parkinson disease. But did you know that music therapy has been… Read more »

Susan Roberts’ New Book and Teachings Explore a Deeper Understanding of Psychoneuroimmunology  

Sustainable Health cover

As more therapists understand the strong link between neuroscience and the immune system, the interest in Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), the study of the effect of the mind on health and resistance to disease, has become a popular subject among clinicians. ERI faculty member Susan L. Roberts, MDiv, OTR/L has used a body, mind, spirit approach developed… Read more »

ERI Teams Up with Debra Dickson C/NDT, PT, to Offer Intensive Sensory and Motor Challenges Course

child smiling while attending therapy

Intermediate to advanced PTs, PTAs, OTs, OTAs, and SLPs passionate about strengthening their skills and treatment of children with sensory and motor challenges will not want to miss ERI’s new course “Integrated Pediatric Assessment and Evidence-based Treatment: 4 Day Intensive Focusing on Children with Sensory and Motor Challenges.” Taught by Debra Dickson, a highly regarded NDT certified pediatric physical… Read more »