Spasticity from Childhood to Adulthood

Saturday, February 17
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Hanover FG

This workshop aims to standardize spasticity training, education, and curriculum in residency and fellowship programs across the country and ensure that the next generation of physiatrists are trained with the highest standard of spasticity knowledge and practice as they begin to treat patients. Workshop sessions will focus on the science of spasticity including new research findings, emerging therapies to improve the quality of life for patients with spasticity, and strategies for medical educators who teach future physiatrists in spasticity management. Complimentary lunch is included in registration fee.

Learning Objectives:

Heakyung Kim

Professor or Rehabilitation & Pediatrics
Columbia University Medical Center

Heakyung Kim, M.D.
David Gurewitsch Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine & Pediatrics
Vice Chair for Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Dept. of Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine

Director, Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Columbia University Medical Center/Weill Cornell Medical Center/NYPH

Fellowship Program Director, Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
Columbia University Medical Center/NYPH

180 Fort Washington Ave.
Harkness Pavilion Suite 165
New York, NY 10032

(Office) 212-305-5337
(Fax) 212-342-1470

Chief, Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
Blythedale Children’s Hospital
Valhalla, NY 10595


Send Email for Heakyung Kim

Tamara Zagustin

Emory University/Children'e Healthcare of Atlanta

Tamara Zagustin , MD; Pediatric physiatrist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, assistant professor at Emory University and program director of pediatric rehabilitation medicine Emory Univeristy.


Send Email for Tamara Zagustin


Spasticity from Childhood to Adulthood


Attendees who have favorited this

Please enter your access key

The asset you are trying to access is locked. Please enter your access key to unlock.

Send Email for Spasticity from Childhood to Adulthood

Spasticity from Childhood to Adulthood"/>