DiamondPT, LLC

Continuing Education

NDT Certificate Courses
for Treatment of Adults

NDTA™ Contemporary Practice Model Certificate Course in the
MANAGEMENT OF ADULTS WITH STROKE AND BRAIN INJURY

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DATES TO BE DETERMINED

Courses are presented in one of two formats:

Option 1: A two week intensive format (Sunday through Saturday, Sunday off, and Monday through Saturday

Option 2: Four 4 - day weekends, usually Thursday through Sunday
INSTRUCTORS FOR THE COURSES USUALLY INCLUDE A COMBINATION OF THE FOLLOWING:

Monica Diamond PT, MS, NCS, C/NDT
NDTA Coordinator Instructor

Takashi Misuda PT, DPT, NCS, C/NDT
NDTA Coordinator Instructor

Kris Gellert, OTR/L, C/NDT
NDTA Occupational Therapy Instructor

J. Lyndelle Owens, M.C.D., CCC/SLP, C/NDT
NDTA Speech Instructor

Thomas Diamond, PT, MS, C/NDT
NDTA Physical Therapy Instructor

Instructor

The primary instructor for these courses is Monica Diamond, PT, MS, NCS, C/NDT

  •      Certified NDTA basic and advanced course Coordinator Instructor
  •      Skilled NDTA Instructor with 25+ years experience teaching
  •      APTA certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist
  •      Currently teaching and treating patients in the clinic

Other qualified NDTA Instructors provide instruction in their disciplines during this multidisciplinary co

Application Process

  • Interested applicants must fill out and submit an application form in order to be considered for acceptance into the course.

Prerequisites

  • you must be recognized in your home state or country as a certified, licensed, or registered occupational, speech, or physical therapist.  (Applicants must include a copy of professional license or registry with their application.)
  • you must have at least one years’ experience since registration or licensure.  This must generally include experience with adult patients with neuromotor diagnoses.
  • you must have a current caseload of adult patients with stroke and/or brain injury and plan to continue treating adults with neuromotor diagnoses. 
  • you must be able to provide proof of malpractice insurance which covers you during your participation in the course.

Selection Process

  • Qualified applicants will be accepted into the course in the order in which completed applications are received until the course is full.

Feedback from Certificate Course Participants

  • I wish I had your hands. You really explain practical patient situations well – especially discussing common therapy mistakes or incorrect assumptions. Excellent demonstrations.
  • Your patience is appreciated.
  • I enjoy how you challenge us to think outside the box! It facilitates clinical problem solving.
  • It’s very beneficial to watch you work because it’s nice to see the flow of a treatment session.
  • I liked your encouraging us to think – what do you see – feel? Pushed us but in a non-threatening way.
  • Excellent patient demo’s
  • Your observation and teaching of posture and movement is amazing!
  • Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable.
  • Re: Certificate course teaching team: Keep up the great work. Your knowledge and respect for each other makes one solid team! Thank you all!
  • Your input was professional, really respectful to all. I think your feedback was really helpful because you were very honest and provided us with new options rather than criticizing. Excellent instructor and course. Thank you!
  • Very informative and approachable.
  • Thank you for organizing and helping lead this course. Appreciated depth of feedback on assignments.
  • Outstanding, demo’s were a great learning experience.
  • Monica was fantastic, hopefully she will continue to be a mentor for me & neuro professional long term goals.
  • Love the fact that feedback is constructive. Great instructor in terms of adjusting course schedule/tasks based on students’ responses and energy levels.

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