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TIRR Memorial Hermann Continuing Education Courses

The following are active courses that TIRR Memorial Hermann is offering for Continuing Education. To see a list of our previous courses, visit our past courses page.

Neuro-IFRAH® Certification Course in the Treatment and Management of Adults with Hemiplegia from a Stroke or Brain Injury

Part One: Saturday, July 29, 2017 – Friday, August 4, 2017
Part Two: Saturday, September 9 – Friday, September 15, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann
1333 Moursund Houston, TX 77030
2nd floor Research Conference Center

This 98 Hour certification course is specifically designed for occupational and physical therapists who work with adults with hemiplegia from a stroke or brain injury. Learn more

Pediatric Rehabilitation for the Neurologic Therapist

August 26-27, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann

This comprehensive course is designed to take the neurologic therapist and expose them to pediatric diagnoses from birth to adulthood including the unique role of the therapist in the Early Intervention, school and private therapy settings. Learn more.

Advancing Clinical Practice in Brain Injury and Stroke Rehabilitation

September 23-24, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann

This comprehensive course is designed to take the neurologic therapist and expose them to pediatric diagnoses from birth to adulthood including the unique role of the therapist in the Early Intervention, school and private therapy settings. Learn more.

Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN)

September 25, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann

This course is for nurses pursuing the CRRN designation. Two years of experience in rehabilitation are required to sit for the exam. Learn more.

Evidence Based Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders

October 7, 2017
Double Tree by Hilton
Houston-Greenway Plaza
6 Greenway Plaza
Houston, TX 77046

This conference provides a comprehensive evidence based review and update on the rehabilitation for patients with Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders throughout the care continuum. Learn more

Advanced Adult Vestibular Rehab Across the Continuum

October 14-15, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann Inpatient Rehabilitation – MHHS Greater Heights Hospital
South Tower Conference Center
1635 North Loop West
Houston, TX 77008

This evidenced based course utilizes the latest advancements in knowledge and research to integrate a clinician's ability to appropriately diagnose and treat a client with vestibular dysfunction. Learn more

Advancing Clinical Practice in Neurodegenerative Disease Rehabilitation

November 4, 2017
TIRR Memorial Hermann

The focus of this course is to present evidence from which therapists can develop a clinical framework to effectively manage patients with neurodegenerative disease. Learn more.

The International Symposium on Wearable Robotics

November 5 - 8, 2017
JW Marriott Houston Downtown

Innovators from around the world will discuss challenges and potential solutions leading to the development of wearable robotics technologies supporting advanced therapeutic interventions in major neurological diseases, e.g. Cerebrovascular Accidents (CBA), Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Cerebral Palsy (CP). Learn more

Advancing Clinical Practice in Spinal Cord Injury

January 13-14, 2018
TIRR Memorial Hermann Inpatient Rehabilitation – MHHS Greater Heights Hospital

The focus of this course is to present best practices and practical insights from which physical and occupational therapists can develop a clinical framework to effectively manage persons with spinal cord injury or disease (SCI/D) Learn more.

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Techniques for Persons with Limb Loss

February 10, 2018
TIRR Memorial Hermann

This day-long seminar will educate participants on medical concerns, therapy treatment approaches, team planning, prosthetic information, and collaboration across the rehabilitation team for those with an amputation. Learn more.