Jeanine Beasley, EdD, OTRL, CHT, FAOTA is a full professor at Grand Valley State University’s Occupational Science and Therapy Department and is the Coordinator of the Occupational Therapy Hybrid Program in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She is a frequent guest lecturer and has spoken in 19 states and 7 countries. She has authored or co-authored several book chapters and journal articles many dealing with Arthritis and Orthotics. Awards include: 2018 GVSU Niemeyer Award for excellence in teaching, 2017 Honored Professor at the Philadelphia Hand Meeting, and in 2012 she became a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
April 13th, 2021 | Season 3 | 39 mins 5 secs
ankylosing spondylitis, arthritis, daily living tasks, energy conservation, gout, joint protection, juvenile arthritis, lupus, occupational therapist, occupational therapy, osteoarthritis, ot, pain management, patient education, psoriatic arthritis, research, rheumatoid arthritis, self-management, tens, therapy, ultrasound
Whether you are recently diagnosed with arthritis or are well into your journey of living with the disease, occupational therapy can help you learn to manage your symptoms and get you back to doing activities you want or need to do. Learn about the many benefits of adding occupational therapy to your care and the research that supports available treatments.