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motor learning neuro

treating neuro patients from motor learning perspective

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To promote safe and normal stand to sit in the patient who plops you start with: 1. have them put nose over toes and reach for armrest as they go from stand to sit 2. have them put their hands on their knees and nose over toes for the transfer have them put their hands on their knees and nose over toes for the transfer
Choose random practice setup: 1. patient grabs towel from bedside table in different locations 2. patient grabs towel on table, napkin from lap, then towel from lap 2. patient grabs towel on table, napkin from lap, then towel from lap
Mr CVA has 2/5 strength on the (R) leg and is working on sit to stand by sitting on the chair in the clinic. The transfer should encourage ____________ weight bearing equal
to make a sit to stand transfer physically easier you can _____________ or _____________ (give two methods) add upper extremity assist or raise the surface
to make reaching overhead physically less demanding you can _____________ or ___________ (give at least 2 methods) start with arm raised and resting on surface such as bedside table provide some physical assist externally (therapist or robot) place patient in sidelying to work on this skill
one way to tap into the CPG's in order to assist the patient who is s/p CVA to initiate swing with hip flexion is to start gait with the __________ leg and encourage a _________ step uninvolved big
making initial contact with the ankle in greater ____________ creates a knee flexor moment as the person enters midstance dorsiflexion
making initial contact with the ankle in greater ____________ creates a knee extension moment as the person enters midstance plantarflexion
the patient s/p CVA does not exhibit dorsiflexion during AROM and MMTing. To optimize potential to see any residual ability to dorsiflex have the patient in __________ (position) and have them try to dorsiflex while _____________ (other motions) sidelying flexing the hip and knee
use of FES is beneficial after CVA. It is optimal for the FES to come on based on ____________ (what should trigger it?) activation of the muscle
Created by: dkegelmeyer