This month our FAOD Support Call will look a little different! Rhabdomyolysis can feel like being lost without a road map leading you home. Join us at 8:15pm for a discussion about your child’s personal experiences with rhabdo, from symptoms to recovery. Physical Therapist Pamela Tucker will then present a draft protocol for rehabilitation post rhabdomyolysis with the aim of demystifying recovery and physical activity. She is currently in the process of creating a protocol for the FAOD community and would love your input!
Following her undergraduate studies at Duke University, Pamela Tucker obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Franklin Pierce University. Her clinical experience includes the management of outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation of infant, pediatric, and adult populations. She is a senior Physical Therapist at SUNY Upstate Medical University with specialties in pediatric, neurological, vestibular, and concussion interventions. Her research interests include physical therapy interventions for children with inherited metabolic disorders, aquatic physical therapy, concussion management, and robotic-assisted mobility training.