Wednesday, June 28th from 10am to 1pm ... more
Regal Heights participated in NYC Queens Community Board 3’s Community Gift Giving Project. ... more
Regal Heights had a busy summer participating in NYC Queens Community Board 3's annual Leon Von Holden Health Expo and hosting its own community health fair. ... more
Upcoming Health Fair ... more
The culinary team at Regal Heights on March 13, 2014. ... more
On April 30, 2014, Regal Heights volunteer, James Rescigna, was among volunteers honored at Queens Interagency Council on Aging’s program "Salute to Senior Service Volunteers." ... more
Mr. Raymond Hoeppner turns 100 on April 15. ... more
Bible Study Group has received the 2014 District Volunteer of the Year Award in the Spiritual Guidance category. ... more
On June 8, 2013, Regal Heights participated in NYC Queens Community Board #3’s Leon Von Holden Memorial Health Care Expo 2013. ... more
View our excerpts from the Queens Courier and El Correo. ... more
Estela Divino is one of the honorees of the 2012 Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Awards. ... more
North Shore-LIJ Health System announced the signing of a clinical affiliation agreement with Regal Heights Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. ... more
Posted February 12, 2013
June 8 and June 9, 2013
Who Should Attend?
Physical Therapists and Physical Therapists Assistants.
This interactive, hands-on continuing education experience is designed for the rehabilitation professional who is interested in pursuing innovative, effective, and eclectic strategies for the management of patients with low back pain. Throughout the seminar, an emphasis will be placed upon utilizing the current best evidence to support the Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) examination and intervention strategies that are proposed. Course content will
include an integrated review of Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex kinematics, a review of the current body of knowledge related to the OMPT management of low back pain, and instruction in an eclectic blend of effective OMPT techniques. The hands-on lab component will comprise the majority of the course and will focus on developing basic proficiency in a variety of OMPT techniques that may be immediately translated into clinical practice. An emphasis will be placed on clinical decision-making and the integration of manual techniques into a comprehensive examination and intervention plan.
Download the registration form for more information.