Seminar on Forced Use Intervention in Stroke Hemiplegia

When & Where
July 25, 2010, Sunday (8am – 5pm)
New CAMP Building Audio-Visual Room
University of the Philippines – Manila

This seminar will provide an overview of the nature and process of implementing a constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) protocol and discuss examples of how it can be modified to suit standard clinical practice.

The seminar will also present intervention strategies that could address musculoskeletal impairments so that Forced Use therapy becomes more feasible to clients who would otherwise not qualify in a standard CIMT protocol.

About the Speaker
SALVADOR BONDOC, OTD, OTR/L, BCPR. CHT is currently an Associate Professor at Quinnipac University. He holds Occupational degrees from the University of the Philippines (OT’95) and Creighton University with distinction. Dr. Bondoc is currently the Chairman of AOTA’s Physical Disabilities Special Interest Section and a Board Member for Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association.

Limited slots only. Register by sending an email to reserve your slot. Payments will be collected at the registration table on the day of the event.

Seminar fee (inclusive of certificate and refreshments)
Early registration: 1000.00
On-site registration: 1200.00
Special rate for CAMP alumni and students: 800.00

For registration and inquiries, email to: upcamp.ot@gmail.com, or ejrgorgon@post.upm.edu.ph

Organized by:
Department of Occupational Therapy
Department of Physical Therapy
College of Allied Medical Professions
University of the Philippines – Manila

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2 thoughts on “Seminar on Forced Use Intervention in Stroke Hemiplegia”

  1. Hi there! I would like to ask if registration is still open? I’m a graduate of PT but ended up in working in the BPO industry. I would still like to pursue my profession and hoping that it’s not too late for me. Since I have work during week days, looks like I would have to register on-site. Are there still slots available? Thanks so much :smile:

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