Hospital-based: Inpatient

Physical Therapy for Cystic Fibrosis: To the NICU and Beyond

Saturday, November 10
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Meeting Room 4/5 - Convention Center

This session provides an overview of treatment of the patient with cystic fibrosis from neonate through the transition to adulthood. Cystic fibrosis is a genetic condition that has lasting effects on all aspects of a patient and their family’s life. Focus will be on the implications of physical therapy across the age and setting continuum. Attendees will learn current evidence on diagnosis, best practice for medical and rehabilitative treatment, and the physical therapist’s role in the care of patients with cystic fibrosis. Case studies and a lab component will be used to highlight various aspects of evidence, treatment recommendations and specific techniques. A review of the interdisciplinary and cross campus team management of these patients at NYU Langone Health will be highlighted.

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Lauren M. Gogel, PT, DPT, NCS, PCS

Pediatric Clinical Specialist
NYU Langone Health

Dr. Lauren Gogel is the Pediatric Clinical Specialist for Rusk Rehabilitation in Pediatric Acute Care. She has worked at NYU Langone Health for over five years. Most of her experience has been in intensive care units ranging from adult surgical to pediatric cardiothoracic. She currently works as the primary physical therapist in the neonatal intensive care unit as part of a developmental care team consisting of medical and rehabilitation professionals who work together with families and caregivers to promote infant development. Additionally, she has received ABPTS Board Certification in Neurological and Pediatric Rehabilitation.

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