Glendaliz Bosques, MD, Chief of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine and Associate Professor of Neurology, was an invited faculty speaker for the 17th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, held June 4-8, 2023, in Cartagena, Colombia.
Bosques presented “Toe Walking: Mimickers of Cerebral Palsy” as an invited topic for the Spanish content session “Holistic Approach to the Pediatric Patient,” coordinated by the Asociación Colombiana de Medicina Física y Rehabilitación (ACMFR). She also presented “Pediatric Considerations for Spasticity Management” during a workshop entitled “The Art and Science of Performing Chemical and Cryoneurolysis for Spasticity Management.”
Dr. Bosques is dedicated to understanding her patients’ concerns regarding their functional difficulties not only medically but also socially and academically. She serves on the Medical Educator Council and is the inaugural chair for LatinX in Physiatry, a community for members of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with a Latin background.