On October 22, 2021, Uzair Hammad, the current resident of the University of Central Florida – Orlando Health Neurologic Residency Program co-presented with the residency director, Rick Beato, on the management of individuals with Parkinson’s disease during the South Seminole Hospital Rehabilitation Department Annual Educational Symposium. Hammad and Beato presented “Parkinson’s Disease: Outcome Measures to Evidence Based Treatment” to the rehabilitation team of South Seminole Hospital, including physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists who are working with individuals with different neurologic conditions. The session included hands-on sessions on different evidence-based interventions such as Nordic walking, therapeutic boxing, and sensory agility training.
Uzair Hammad Presents at South Seminole Rehabilitation Educational Symposium
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