Where do I go next with Functional Neurological Disroders?  

A systematic way to navigate FND! 


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Presented by Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS + Brittany Kim, PT, DPT, OCS

Join Brain Bytes to build your confidence in Complex FND!

👋 Hey, I'm Julie!

I am a PT who is super passionate about all things FND!
Let's make it easier to navigate FND together.


Who is this Free Workshop for?

If you are a clinician who...


𐃘 Feels like they're randomly throwing treatment options out there hoping something will stick

 Feels a little stuck with where to pivot next when things are not working out


𐃘 Loves learning through patient case examples


𐃘  Is looking for a way to be systematic in their treatment approach with FND, but still have flexibility


What you'll get out of this 2 Hour Workshop 

You won't feel as stuck

You'll have a framework you can take to the clinic the next day and apply with your patients!

You'll have new, highly innovative treatment ideas to add to your toolkit (like in this video)

You'll feel like you have a real path forward to get meaningful wins with people who have FND

"The passion to teach and provide the community with information on these topics is truly evident and inspirational from these presenters. The joy and genuine love to just provide patients with the best care and providers with the knowledge to do so, is something that draws me back to this group all the time." -K.K. a PT
"I got a more organized approach to assessment and treatment of the patient with FMD with a deeper understanding in confidence in how to explain the pathophysiology" - E.S. a PT

Learn from these FND obsessed Clinicians!

Julie Hershberg has practiced in all settings in the neuro world including acute, inpatient rehab, home health, clinical research, community re-integration, tele-health and outpatient private practice. She started the only neurology-based fellowship program in the world, the Schmidt Movement Disorders Fellowship, 6 years ago. She mentors, teaches and supports PTs internationally in their clinical growth. In addition, she started and runs re+active physical therapy & wellness, an outpatient neurology therapy and fitness practice in the Los Angeles area. She has gained a lot of business expertise while on the up and down journey of private practice ownership and loves to share lessons learned and help others get started. Most importantly, she adores patient care and mentoring. She was honored with the 2019 Award for Clinical Excellence in Neurology by the ANPT and the 2020 APTA Henry O. and Florence P. Kendall Award. Known for her creativity, enthusiasm and fun in the classroom, she has received several teaching awards at the University of Southern California, as well. Passionate to the core, she been sharing weekly videos and neuro nuggets with the world for years and loves the community of therapists who share her enthusiasm.

Naoya Ogura is a neurologic OT with a passion for lifestyle interventions in chronic disease. He is the clinic director at re+active West LA and the director of the pain program. His expertise lies in sleep, diet, stress management and mindfulness. He has taught continuing education courses for therapists on the topic of lifestyle management and mindfulness as an intervention, as well as led patient group education courses on the topics of lifestyle management, stress management, and sleep.

Brittany Kim is an orthopedic specialist with a neuro heart. She is your go to person who finds creative ways to combine solid biomechanics with neuroscience. Brittany completed the orthopedic residency at USC and has been mentoring residents ever since. She now heads up re+active as a site for the USC residency, teaches "brain based" techniques in the orthopedic curriculum and leads all of the education programs for staff, students and residents at re+active. She is a guest lecturer on the topic of Centralized Pain in USC's DPT program. She has taught in the USC Spine Fellowship Program as well. She mentors physical therapists internationally in the management of complex cases and she treats people with CRPS, POTS, EDS, and neurologic patients with orthopedic issues.


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