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Continuing Education Credits
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Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz is the Founder and Director of Integrative Pediatric Therapy and Integrative Concussion Therapy. Both are unique clinics designed to provide a broad spectrum of individualized physical & occupational therapy services for children & adults. Integrative Concussion Therapy (concussion-therapy.com) focuses on individuals of all ages, who have sustained concussive injuries and continue to suffer from persistent symptoms. Using a combination of therapies, including CranioSacral Therapy, substantial reduction in post concussive symptoms along with improvement in function, following head trauma is consistently achieved. Integrative Pediatric Therapy (iptkids.com) focuses on children with learning differences and other developmental disabilities. Many times patients with post concussive syndrome also experience the same sorts of challenges that these children do, making ICT a logical extension of iptkids. Founded in Dallas in 1994, iptkids has served as a model for other clinics, highlighting the benefits of integrated services. Sally is an innovative thinker and enterprising leader who has contributed substantial knowledge in medical advancements throughout her career.
Sally became widely recognized throughout the world for her unique treatment plan as lead physical therapist for conjoined Egyptian twins, Ahmed and Mohammed Ibrahim. She was spotlighted on Oprah, Dateline NBC, and Discovery Health for her unique contribution to their treatment. President Ronald Reagan honored her at a White House Reception in 1985 for her work as lead therapist on one of California’s first pediatric heart transplant teams. Sally was also recognized for developing the first cardiac rehabilitation therapy protocol for pediatric heart transplant patients at California Pacific Medical Center. While serving on the American Heart Association’s Youth Education Committee in San Francisco, Sally led the development of “Future Fit”, one of the first programs in the U.S. designed to educate school children on heart health and aerobic exercise. Since 2014 she has been involved in the Dr. John E. Upledger & Ricky Williams Foundation Concussion Pilot Program, demonstrating the advantages of CranioSacral Therapy in alleviating symptoms of post concussive syndrome.