Using a problem-solving approach based on clinical evidence, Neurological Rehabilitation, 6th Edition covers the therapeutic management of people with functional movement limitations and quality of life issues following a neurological event. It reviews basic theory and covers the latest screening and diagnostic tests, new treatments, and interventions commonly used in today's clinical practice.
This edition includes the latest advances in neuroscience, adding new chapters on neuroimaging and clinical tools such as virtual reality, robotics, and gaming. Written by respected clinician and physical therapy expert Darcy Umphred, this classic neurology text provides problem-solving strategies that are key to individualized, effective care.
|Contact Hours: 20|
Text Course Format: Text
|Target Audience: OT/COTA, PT/PTA|
|Instructional Level: Beginner|
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- Chapter 20: Basal Ganglia Disorders
- Chapter 21: Movement Dysfunction Associated with Cerebellar Damage
- Chapter 22: Balance and Vestibular Dysfunction
- Chapter 23: Movement Dysfunction Associated with Hemiplegia
- Chapter 24: Traumatic Brain Injury
- Chapter 25: Brain Tumors
- Chapter 26: Inflammatory and Infectious Disorders of the Brain
- Chapter 27: Aging, Dementia, and Disorders of Cognition
- Chapter 31: Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection: Living with a Chronic Illness
Course Goals & Objectives:
This course is intended to instruct the professional through a self-paced study on neurological rehabilitation.
At the end of this course the professional will be able to:
- List 3 commonly seen disorders affecting the basal ganglia.
- Define akinesia.
- Recognize Parkinson disease as a progressive disorder.
- Recognize the Hoehn and Yahr Staging Scale For Parkinson Disease.
- List 7 exercises that promote context-dependent responses.
- Recognize the first symptom of Wilson disease.
- List 3 components of the medial zone.
- Define dysmetria and movement decomposition.
- Recognize 2 common standardized rating scales that quantify the severity of cerebellar ataxia.
- Define COG.
- Recognize the 3 primary peripheral sensory inputs contributing to postural control.
- List 4 components of the semicircular canals.
- List 4 automatic postural responses.
- Recognize volitional postural movements are under conscious control.
- Identify and differentiate between 7 types of balance tests.
- Recognize characteristics of the classic Romberg test.
- Define SEBT and Berg Balance Scale.
- Recognize the 2 most commonly used measures of balance confidence.
- List 5 potential locations of lesions that may affect the vestibular system.
- Recognize 10 environmental conditions that may cause visual motion hypersensitivities.
- List 9 clinical symptoms of a middle cerebral artery lesion.
- Recognize and differentiate between centrally and peripherally acting agents.
- Identify 4 primary impairments that interfere with functional movement.
- Identify 4 plantar reflex responses according to Adams.
- List 5 visual-perceptual deficits for left hemiparesis.
- Recognize when evaluating functional activities, the therapist assesses 3 phases of the movement pattern.
- List 2 patterns of toes posturing.
- Define symmetrical lateral flexion initiation pattern.
- Identify 4 prerequisites for functional, safe walking.
- Recognize 4 main types of mechanisms of injury.
- List 6 autonomic nervous system symptoms resulting from brain injury.
- Identify 2 types of memory.
- Recognize a moderate brain injury score on the Glasgow Coma Scale.
- Define the Modified Ashworth Scale.
- List 11 problems after traumatic brain injury.
- Recognize 4 primary categories of gliomas.
- Identify the Karnofsky Performance Status Scale.
- Recognize meningiomas are classified into 4 categories.
- Recognize 3 advantages of stereotactic radiosurgery.
- Define CSF and Kernig sign.
- Define consciousness.
- Recognize 5 goals of the therapeutic intervention program for clients with inflammatory CNS disorders.
- Define delirium.
- Recognize to maximize intellectual function, the brain must have 12 characteristics.
- Define MMSE.
- List 9 symptoms of hypothermia.
- List 6 common degenerative causes of irreversible dementia.
- Recognize average duration of illness for Alzheimer’s Disease and its 3 stage progression.
- Define HAART.
- Identify and differentiate between 3 stages of HIV.
- Recognize the average CD4 cell count for the healthy HIV-negative adult.
- Recognize FDA approval dates for NRTIs.
- List 5 bacterial infections associated with HIV.
- Define reactive arthritis and Reiter syndrome.
- Recognize poor prognosis of CNS lymphomas.
Contact Hours: 20
Target Audience: Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapists, and Physical Therapist Assistants.
Instructional Level: Beginner
Course Type: Text
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