Sean Greer, Certified and Licensed Orthotist from Miller Prosthetics & Orthotics will be teaching a 2-part course on June 20, 2018. The course is intended to educate a variety of service providers in Ohio and West Virginia about early detection and intervention for two issues that children may encounter: Cranial Deformation and the need for Pediatric Orthotics. This full day event is divided into two sections. Registrants may sign up for either one or both sessions, they are independent topics. The sessions are free and lunch will be provided to both morning and afternoon groups. All attendees will be awarded a certificate and if applicable CEU’s (pending approval) for their professions. We encourage physical therapists, pediatricians, nurses, and professionals dealing with all types of children’s services to attend the seminar.
Seminar: Early Detection and Intervention
Date: June 20, 2018
*The courses are pending CEU approval from:
- The Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health for Nursing through the WV Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses
- Social Work the the WV Board of Social Work Examiners License # 490030
- Ohio and West Virginia Physical Therapy
- WV STARS
Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Cranial Deformation and Intervention 3.5 CEU’s*
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch for morning and afternoon sessions
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Guidelines for Pediatric Orthotic Identification, Selection, Fabrication, Use and Care 4 CEU’s*
Judge Black Annex , Downtown Parkersburg
Fort Boreman Meeting Room
317 Market St.
Parkersburg, WV 26101
Registration: Call Michelle Curtis at 304-485-2000 or email: Michelle.Curtis@thearcmov.org
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Sean Greer is a Certified/Licensed Orthotist working with Miller Prosthetics and Orthotics in Parkersburg, WV and Belpre, OH. Born and raised in the Mid-Ohio valley, Mr. Greer has worked in the field of Orthotics and Prosthetics since 2000 after completing undergraduate education at West Virginia University, and became an American Board-Certified Orthotist in 2003 after successfully completing postgraduate education, residency, and certification exams. Since then he has been able to specialize in pediatric orthotics with a further subspecialty in cranial remolding. Mr. Greer has worked with university and children’s hospitals, as well as with small community medical offices. He has been a guest lecturer on multiple occasions for Physical and Occupational therapy schools and associations, as well as the Orthomerica “Star Summit,” which is an international gathering of cranial remolding specialists.
Sponsored by: WV Birth to Three and Miller Prosthetics & Othotics