WEBINARS

  • Upcoming Webinars

    Geva FREE Biofeedback Webinar

    FREE ONLINE BIOFEEDBACK WEBINAR | Apr 19th, 2021 | 10-11AM EST

    A one-hour webinar on Biofeedback featuring the MyOnyx encoder with Geva Antopolsky, BPT

    On April 19, Thought Technology is happy and privileged to invite physical rehabilitation practitioners, to attend a one-hour webinar on Biofeedback, and it’s uses in the fields of Neurologic, Orthopedic, pain management and Pelvic floor rehabilitation. We will discuss the basic concepts of Biofeedback and Surface electromyograph;, what you can gain by incorporating it in your practice; Advantages and limitations of the technology; what we can learn and what we shouldn’t infer. We will also unveil Thought Technology’s latest EMG/Stim device release - the MyOnyx - The highly anticipated game changer in the field.

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    Geva Antopolsky, BPT is an Israeli educated physical therapist with over 10 years of experience with Orthopedic and Neurologic patients, specializing in pain management and self-regulation.

    Before Moving to Canada to assume the role of product manager for Thought Technology’s physical rehabilitation line of products,

    Geva’s background included acute care in hospitals, private and public clinic work, and most notably, owning and managing a successful private practice.

    In his current role at Thought Technology, over the last 5 years, Geva is in charge of gathering insights from clinicians world-wide, learning the needs in the field, and applying this into designing and following the development of Medical grade devices to fit the real needs of real clinicians.

    The MyOnyx is the latest outcome of this process. Since it’s release, Geva has been assisting distributors and clinicians in assimilating and making the most of the system, and has been an advocate for the use of Biofeedback , educating practitioners on the advantages and capabilities of the modality in conferences, workshops and webinars around the world.

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    CLAUDIA BROWN Webinar

    Biofeedback and the Pertinence of its Use in Pelvic Health CLAUDIA BROWN, PT, BSc, MSc. Rehabilitation Sciences | May 10th & 17th, 2021 | 10-11AM EST

    Biofeedback is a valuable element in the toolkit of the physiotherapist working in pelvic health. As the pelvic floor muscles are relatively hidden from the patient’s view, muscle identification can be challenging, impeding the training for contraction and relaxation. Biofeedback can greatly assist in muscle identification, and, used in conjunction with other elements in the therapist’s toolkit, can complete the approach to a variety of disorders related to the pelvic floor.

    This two-part online seminar will describe the nature of biofeedback and the pertinence of its use in pelvic health. Aspects related to evaluation, education, training and exercise prescription will be covered, as well as technical aspects related to the application of this modality within a treatment session. Case histories will be used to illustrate the concepts.

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  • Previous Webinars

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    PART 1: Urinary Incontinence

    Presenting 5, two-hour webinars Tuesdays, beginning Sept.29, 2020 from 13:00 – 15:00 hrs EDT/EST

    Webinar is accredited by BCIA to provide 2 hours of accredited continuing education toward BCIA recertification

    Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.

    According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).

    As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.

    As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.

    These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.

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    PART 2: Post Prostatectomy Urinary Incontinence

    Presenting 5, two-hour webinars Tuesdays, beginning Sept.29, 2020 from 13:00 – 15:00 hrs EDT/EST

    Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.

    According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).

    As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.

    As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.

    These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.

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    PART 3: Sexual Dysfunction

    Presenting 5, two-hour webinars Tuesdays, beginning Sept.29, 2020 from 13:00 – 15:00 hrs EDT/EST

    Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.

    According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).

    As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.

    As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.

    These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.

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    PART 4: Chronic Pelvic Pain

    Presenting 5, two-hour webinars Tuesdays, beginning Sept.29, 2020 from 13:00 – 15:00 hrs EDT/EST

    Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.

    According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).

    As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.

    As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.

    These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.

    Purchase Download

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    PART 5: Constipation and Fecal Incontinence7

    Presenting 5, two-hour webinars Tuesdays, beginning Sept.29, 2020 from 13:00 – 15:00 hrs EDT/EST

    Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.

    According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).

    As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.

    As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.

    These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.

    Purchase Download

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    PRODUCTION INTRODUCTION MYONYX WEBINAR

    Introduction to the MyOnyx device. A portable, rechargeable device for surface EMG biofeedback and electrostimulation which offers three functionality modes: standalone, remote control with an Android device and PC controlled with Windows software.

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    DESTRESS SOLUTION: BIOFEEDBACK WITH THE TPS SENSOR AND BIOGRAPH SOFTWARE

    You made your voices heard, and we have listened in the creation of the DeStress Solution:

    • You want an easy-to-use wireless sensor that pairs with the BioGraph software.
    • You want self-interpreted evaluation results.
    • You want clinical utility with options for games and game-like sessions.
    • You want an all-in-one possibility for measurement of arousal, temperature, heart rate variability, and even respiration.

    Watch this 45 minute recording to see how this tool can do all the above and more for quantifying the physiology of stress, teaching relaxation, and enhancing resilience.

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    BRAIN TRAINING MADE EASY WITH PIR HEG

    Are you to type of clinician that wishes they could add the benefits of neurofeedback to your clinical methods, but just aren’t ready for the complexities of the data? A solution exists for you that matches the simplicity of training physiology with biofeedback: passive infrared hemoencephalography (pIR HEG). It’s an indirect measurement of cerebral blood flow that is easy to apply, simple for a client to understand, and rapidly engaging.

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    NEUROFEEDBACK TIPS FOR STRUCTURING EEG SESSIONS

    Are you getting started with neurofeedback, or planning on soon joining this advancing field? If so, this webinar recording is meant to help you avoid some potential trial-and-error that beginners otherwise discover on their own. Included topics of discussion were the general approach to assess and train brainwaves, common pitfalls novice clinicians need to avoid, and tips for setting up and maintaining a smooth-running session. Thought Technology’s EEG Suite was used as a point of reference.

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    BIOGRAPH 6.2 SOFTWARE UPDATE

    Thought Technology sales exec Jon Bale sits down and goes through the latest changes you will find in V6.2 of Biograph Infiniti.

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    HOW TO BUILD A QUICK START FAVORITE

    Ever wanted to add your own unique selection of sessions to the Biograph Infiniti Quick Start menu, but never sure how to do it? Follow this short video that will show you how to customize your own Quick Start Favorites.

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    ADDING HRV INTO YOUR PRACTICE USING THE HRV SUITE

    Published research has never been clearer on the significance and benefits of HRV training for a wide variety of conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, IBS, performance enhancement, and concussions. Although it can be a challenge to know where to start, integrating this modality doesn't have to be difficult. With the HRV Suite, the entire process from assessment to training has been streamlined to be as straight-forward as can be. In this live webinar recording, Jon Bale guides viewers through the process of running a heart rate variability assessment, generating a report, and running a training session. He also touches on the topics of resonance frequency assessment and guided relaxation through paced breathing.

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    INTRODUCTION TO THE PEAK PERFORMANCE SUITE

    Coaches, sport psychologists, clinicians and health practitioners working in the field of peak performance will be excited by the release of Thought Technology’s newest application: the Peak Performance Suite. Developed in collaboration with Dr. Pierre Beauchamp, the suite is the accumulation of more than 35 years of high performance training applied in a variety of performance environments.

    Join Lucas Borgo for this 1-hour webinar, where he explores the software suite’s training tools to give your performers the skills they need when it matters most, show the different assessments and reports that will act as a guide for training, and answer any questions about the new peak performance equipment bundles.

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    SURFACE EMG SYSTEMS FOR YOUR CLINIC

    Traditional rehabilitation programs can be enhanced with the integration of surface electromyography. Using sEMG biofeedback in rehabilitation can increase muscle control, regain full muscle functionality, and decrease time to full recovery.

    Lucas Borgo presents a 1 hour in-depth look at Thought Technology’s EMG product offerings. Join him as he breaks down the capabilities of a research-grade EMG system, how they can be integrated into your clinic, and how they can enhance your clients’ successes.

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    EVU TPS SENSOR LAUNCH: THE WIRELESS TRIPLE PHYSIOLOGY SENSOR

    eVu TPS Sensor Launch: The Wireless Triple Physiology Sensor for Smartphones and Tablets.

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    HARNESSING SLOW CORTICAL POTENTIALS WITH THE SCP SUITE

    Learn how Thought Technology’s SCP Suite combines pioneering EEG research and decades of clinical experience into a simple EEG package for training slow cortical potentials in your clinical practice.

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    MASTERING EEG ELECTRODE APPLICATION FOR A GOOD IMPEDANCE

    New to neurofeedback and applying EEG electrodes to an individual’s head? Watch this webinar recording to learn the tips and tricks of how to apply electrodes to ensure a good impedance.

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