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Pediatric Physical Therapist

Festus, MO

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Pediatric Physical Therapist

Self-Employed, Malden, MO

Aug 2010Current

Evaluation, Treatment Planning, and Direct Treatment, team approach with developmental specialists, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, and classroom special education teachers; Consultations; Orthotic consultations and evaluations. Clients children ages 3 through 15 years with a variety of neuromuscular, developmental, and neurological disorders. 
 
This position involves communication with parents at IEP meetings and intermittently when the student requires additional specific interventions such as new orthotics or DME. It also includes daily communication with the student's (child's) classroom teacher and special needs teachers. Communication and cooperation with occupational therapy is also an integral part of this position. I interact with the speech therapists, but the team component is not as strong with those relationships.

Pediatric Physical Therapist

Self-Employed, Cape Girardeau, MO

Feb 2010Current

Private Practice: Functional Fitness and Home Health Pediatrics 
Self-Employed

Assistant/Alternate instructor

Self-employed, Hillsboro, MO

Apr 2004Current

Position Description: Provide TKD instruction when primary instructor was unable to teach classes; nationally certified AAU TKD coach and referee.

Developmental Consultant

Self-employed,

Oct 1994Current

Pediatric physical therapy screening and consultations for individuals in Illinois; piano teacher and math tutor 
 
Position Description: Consultative services, gratis, for Dr. Krisitin Mock is Sycamore, IL re: Geriatrics, Orthopedics, and Pediatrics; Member of the American College of Musicians, National Guild of Piano Teachers with successful preparation of students for participation in the American College of Musicians National Piano Playing Auditions; Tutor Math grades 4-12; Consultative services with respect to age appropriate developmental and academic program activities ages 0-14

PRN Staff Physical Therapist

Self-Employed, Perryville, MO

Oct 2010Sep 2011

Evaluation, treatment planning, implementation of treatment plans, and documentation for out-patient clients with a variety of diagnoses with an emphasis in orthopedics and neurology. Use Kinesiotape; occasional instruction of interns and students; and supervision of physical therapy assistants for land and aquatic based therapeutic exercise when needed. When children, (minors) are on my caseload, I instruct parents in home exercise programs and explain the components of the injury and treatment plan to the parents.

PRN Staff Physical Therapist

Evaluation, Southeast, Missouri, US

May 2008Oct 2010

treatment planning, implementation of treatment plans, and documentation for out-patient clients with a variety of diagnoses with an emphasis in pediatrics and neurology. Use of Bioness and Kinesiotape; occasional instruction of interns and students. Supervision of physical therapy assistants for land and aquatic based therapeutic exercise when needed. 
Parental instruction was a key component of this position. When working with the pediatric population, parents were expected to stay by their children or within the vicinity. Parents were instructed in appropriate handling and exercise techniques. The rationale for the interventions was also shared with the parent. Parent concerns and reports were taken into consideration before and after each treatment session. I also participated in the NICU graduate screening program offered by Southeast. This involved assessment of preterm and low weight infants that had been discharged from the NICU within the previous two years. Corrected ages of these infants could be as low as 2-3 months.

PRN Staff Physical Therapist

Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Crystal, City, MO,

Oct 2004Aug 2008

Evaluation, treatment planning, implementation of treatment plan for clients with a variety of diagnoses. Rotations through 1) Surgical and Medical bedside; 2) SICU, 3) TCU-Transitional Care Unit, and 5) Out-patient clinic.

Physical Therapist

Jefferson College Athletic Department, Jefferson College, Hillsboro, MO

Aug 2006Sep 2007

Evaluation, treatment planning, and implementation of treatment plans for athletes.

Substitute teacher

Crystal City Public School District, Crystal City, MO

Sep 2003Jun 2006

Implement lesson plans for all subject areas including Math (through Algebra II) and Science (including physical science, biology, and human anatomy) grades K-12.

Substitute teacher

Crystal City Public School District, Festus, MO

Sep 2003Jun 2006

Implement lesson plans for all subject areas including Math (through Algebra II) and Science (including physical science, biology, and human anatomy) grades K-12.

Developmental Consultant and home school instructor

Baker Academy,

Oct 1994Sep 2003

Matthew entered the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine at age 16 and in June 2011, he will begin his third year of residency in Orthopedic Surgery. Michelle, age 18, graduated (May 2011) Magna Cum Laude with a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies emphasis areas: Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry. She has been accepted into the University of Illinois, School of Medicine and has received a full medical school scholarship from the US Air Force. Also provided developmental consultative services for individuals in the states of Illinois and Idaho as a self employed entity.

Physical Therapist

Self-employed/Independent contractor, Richmond, IN

Sep 1991Oct 1994

home health services to clients within an 80-mile radius of Richmiond IN; assessment and service provider of physical therapy for Richmond, IN elementary schools; Consultation and instruction for teachers.

Physical Therapist

Private Practice and Contractual Services, Clarkston, WA

Jun 1986Sep 1991

for Clarkston School District, Asotin-Anatone School District (1988), and Lewis-Clark Head Start, Clarkston, WA. 
Position Description: Physical Therapist; Evaluation, Treatment Planning, and Direct Treatment, team approach with developmental specialists, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists; Consultations; Orthotic consultations and evaluations. Clients infants through 15 years with a variety of neuromuscular, developmental, and neurological disorders. This position required extensive communication and interaction with parents for home treatment plan education. Parents often stayed with the children during therapy and were incorporated into the treatment sessions. At this time, while the parents were "helping" with therapy, the parent was also instructed in handling techniques and taught methods for incorporating therapy techniques into the daily household routine and the child's daily activities. While at this position, the foot plate technique for constructing orthotics was developed. I worked with an orthotist, Jan Thompson, and consulted with other physical therapists, including Nancy Hylton to refine the concept and development of dynamic orthotics for those individuals with whom I worked. We did this before Cascade developed their mass production method of footplate orthotics.

Physical Therapist

Asotin County Developmental Disabilities, Adult/Child Development Center, Lewiston, ID

Jan 1985Jun 1986

Evaluation, Treatment planning, and Treatment Execution, Consultation, Volunteer and student supervision. Clients infants to five years of age with a variety of developmental, neurological, and neuromuscular disabilities. Team approach with occupational therapist, speech and language pathologists, developmental specialists, and social services. Parents were an integral part of the treatment programs of the children with whom I worked. Teacher instruction was also a significant part of this position. While working with this population, I was involved in assisting clients obtain the appropriate orthotics and DME.

Physical Therapist

Hinsdale Junior High School and Oak Elementary and Pre-school Programs, Hinsdale, IL

Aug 1983Dec 1984

Responsible for direct and consultative physical therapy services for 18-26 students ages 3-16 years. Also responsible for adaptive seating, wheelchair prescriptions, classroom positioning, and equipment adaptations. Team approach with O.T., Speech and Language pathologists, and Special Education teachers. Students with a variety of multiple handicaps including cerebral palsy, developmental delays, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, and Lesch-Nyan.

Staff Physical Therapist, Part time

Rehabilitation Systems of Illinois, Oak Park, IL

Oct 1981Dec 1984

Home health evaluation, treatment planning, home programs development, and direct service for rheumatoid arthritic, geriatric, orthopedic, post CVA clients.

Physical Therapist

Hinsdale Junior High School, Hinsdale, IL

Mar 1981Dec 1984

Responsible for direct and consultative physical therapy services for all children in the program, equipment adaptation, adaptive seating, positioning, wheelchair prescriptions, community-mobility and awareness training. Student population primarily cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, as well as a variety of other disorders. Students ages 12-16 years. Team approach with occupational therapy, speech and language, and special education teachers. 
Clinical Instructor for student on pediatric rotation: Student from University of Illinois Chicago campus College of Allied Heath Professions Physical Therapy Program

Physical Therapist

Hinsdale Junior High School, Field Park Elementary School, and Prospect, Hinsdale, IL

Aug 1983Jun 1984

elementary and Pre-school Programs, Hinsdale, IL 
Position Description: Physical Therapist; Responsible for direct and consultative physical therapy services for 18-21 students, including positioning, adaptive seating, wheelchair prescriptions, and equipment adaptation. Team approach with occupational therapy, speech and language, and Special Education teachers. Students with a variety of multiple handicaps including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, developmental delays, spina bifida, and Lesch-Nyan. Ages: 3-16 years. Clinical Instructor for physical therapy student on pediatric affiliation.

Physical Therapist

DuPage-West Cook Regional Special Education Association, Forrest Road School, LaGrange Park,

Jul 1983Aug 1983

IL 
Position Description: Physical Therapist; Consultative and direct services for high priority students with a variety of disorders, ages 3-18 years.

Physical Therapist

Hinsdale Junior High School, Addison, IL

Jul 1982Aug 1982

Consultative and direct physical therapy services for high priority students with a variety of multiple handicaps ages 3-13 years; Team approach with occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and special education teachers.

Physical Therapist

South Suburban Home Health, North Riverside, IL

Oct 1981Feb 1982

Evaluation and treatment of home health clients, development of home programs.

Physical Therapist

Hinsdale Junior High School, La Grange Park, IL

Jul 1981Aug 1981

La Grange Park, IL 
Position Description: Physical Therapist; Consultative and direct services for all high priority students, ages 3-13 years, with a variety of disorders and multiple disabilities. Team approach with occupational therapy, speech therapy and special education teachers.

Staff Physical Therapist

University of Illinois Hospital, Chicago, IL

Jul 1979Mar 1981

Rotations through 1) Surgical and Medical bedside, including chest physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation; 2) Cardiac Rehabilitation in-patient and out-patient; 3) Pediatrics, 4) Orthopedics, Neurology and Rehabilitation; 5) Out-patient clinic; and 6) Clinical Instructor for physical therapy student on acute rotation-Chest physical therapy and Cardiac rehabilitation 
 
CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago

Virginia Deasca, RPT, Chicago, IL

Apr 1979May 1979

Chicago, IL; Home Health evaluation and treatment planning. Clinical Supervisor: Virginia Deasca, RPT

Cook County Hospital Student PT

Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL

Nov 1978Dec 1978

Rotations in Pediatrics, Burn Care, and General; Clinical Supervisors: Babette Sanders,RPT - General; Dale Shuit, RPT-Pediatrics; Colleen Colby,RPT-Burn Care.

Student PT

University of Illinois Hospital, Chicago, IL

Jun 1978Jul 1978

Laura Magnussen, RPT; Clinical Supervisor: Alta Kaufman, RPT.

Student PT

Illinois Masonic Hospital, Chicago, IL

Feb 1978Mar 1978

General Affiliation with emphasis on rehabilitation and orthopedics.

Education

6 hours of Master's level credit in Rehabilitation Administration

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

19831984

Master's level: 1 credit hour in Rehabilitation Administration

Washington University, St. Louis, MO

19831983

Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy

University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

1979

Bachelors of Science in Biology

Illinois Benedictine College,, Lisle, IL

1976

Skills

Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner-CKTP; Certified Clinical Instructor-CCI

Additional Information

Professional Organization Memberships 
 
American Physical Therapy Association 
Kinesio Tape Association
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