Clinical Education Manager
Restorative Therapies Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland – United States
Wendy Warfield, MSHA, OTR/L is the Clinical Education Manager at Restorative Therapies. As an Occupational Therapist for 15 years, Wendy has extensive clinical experience treating a wide range of patients from both adult and pediatric populations, with varying diagnoses across the continuum of care including both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Through her experience at the Kennedy Krieger Institute: International Center for Spinal Cord Injury in Baltimore, MD from 2005 - 2012, Wendy has specialized experience developing and implementing activity-based restorative therapy approaches for neurological populations with a focus on spinal cord injury and upper extremity rehabilitation.
Wendy has completed advanced FES training and has worked extensively with a range of handheld and motorized FES systems. She has also expanded her repertoire to include training in the use of FES powered systems in the context of early mobility programs in critical care environments. Wendy has presented on the theory and implementation of FES-based therapy in neurorehabilitation and critical care at national and international conferences.
Wendy provides clinical education and support in the use of FES systems to clinicians, researchers, and patients around the world. The scope includes training on-site at clinics, organizing and delivering courses for continuing education credits at the Clinical Training Center of Restorative Therapies in Baltimore, MD, and advising customers and clinicians remotely.
Wendy has also contributed to new product development relying on her expertise and experience in the clinical use of FES systems to turn clinician and patient needs into required functionalities and capabilities of therapy systems. She was a key contributor to the development of Restorative Therapies newest product the Xcite FES Clinical Station. Wendy enjoys collaborating with clinicians around the world, facilitating best practice in the use of FES systems to improve rehabilitative and physical health outcomes of a wide range of patient populations.
Monday, November 4
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM