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Maximizing Outcomes in Stroke Rehabilitation: Dagsetning: 21.4.2023 - 22.4.2023 8:30 - 17:00 Staðsetning:

Therapists will learn how to test, treat, document, and progress individuals recovering from stroke with the correct dosage of dual task intervention. It will also help patients achieve greater tolerance of distractions and improved procedural memory formation after stroke, thereby maximizing their true functional independence and safety in community integration.

Modern Manual Therapy Dagsetning: 2.6.2023 - 3.6.2023 8:00 - 17:00 Staðsetning:

This course is an introduction incorporates movement assessment via a Repeated Motions exam and a comprehensive Movement Screen. The course emphasis is on Modern Manual Therapy, Pain Science Education and patient self-treatment. Treatment includes use of the EDGE Mobility Tool and EDGE Mobility Bands for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Spinal Manipulation and Mobilization, and Neurodynamics to promote movement and decrease pain. Clinical Practice Patterns of movement dysfunction will be taught for assessment and treatment. The course is 30% lecture and 70% lab.Upon successful completion of this course the participant will:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of modern manual therapy with neurophysiologic mechanisms
2. Will be able to evaluate and treat common movement pattern dysfunctions in both the upper and lower quadrants of the body
3. Use traditional soft tissue manipulation, functional release, compression wrapping and instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, joint manipulation and other orthopaedic manual therapy treatments to increase the compliance of patient HEP
4. Understand the indications and contraindications to IASTM, spinal manipulation, neurodynamics
5. Be able to prescribe patient self-treatment with mode and patient education
6. Be able to give the patient informed consent for treatment
7. Use a Movement Screen and a Repeated Motions Exam for Test and Re-Test of the Patient’s Function and Symptoms

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