Ms. Shogren’s Working 2 Walk 2016 video presentation focuses on the clinical application of epidural stimulation, and how it drives neuro recovery when combined with activity based therapies.Carrie Shogren, OTR/L, has worked at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute since 2001 in outpatient, Independent Living Services, Transitional Rehab Program and now the ABLE program where she is the NeuroRecovery Network (NRN) Community Fitness and Wellness Facility supervisor. She also is a member of the NRN leadership team and co-director of the NRN. Her role includes being part of the workgroup that developed the ABLE program. As an OT and co-director in NRN she is leading a national group working on integration of OT into the clinical NRN sites. Carrie is also the staff supervisor for the adapted yoga program at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. She was recently published as co-author of “Assessment of functional improvement without compensation for human spinal cord injury: extending the Neuromuscular Recovery Scale to the upper extremities” in the Journal of Neurotrauma.
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