Treating Sub-Acute Stroke in Inpatient Rehab: The Candidates, Perceived Barriers, and Outcomes
Crissy Voigtmann, PT, DPT, NCS and CJ Curran, PT, NCS, CBIS from Orlando Health present for our Stroke Awareness Month webinar. In this digital event, they discuss appropriate patients for EksoNR, perceived barriers for use in inpatient rehab, and share some of their patients' outcomes.
Following the presentation, Jose Dominguez, their Director of Rehabilitation, joins in for a Q&A session.
Meet Your Speakers
Crissy Voigtmann received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2014 and is board certified in Neurologic Physical Therapy. She works as a full-time clinician serving brain injury, stroke, neuro-oncology and incomplete spinal cord injury patients and spearheads program development for locomotor training for all neurologic patients in the inpatient rehabilitation setting. Dr. Voigtmann additionally serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida and is faculty of the Physical Therapy Neurologic Residency program with the University of Central Florida and Orlando Health.
CJ Curran graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Central Florida and has been practicing at Orlando Health Brain Injury Unit for 5 years. Dr. Curran is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and recently became a Board Certified Neurological Clinical Specialist. Over the last year he has taken on the new role as the Stroke Clinical Specialist and although CVA patients are his passion, he works consistently with a variety of neurological diagnoses.