Stroke Rehabilitation: Balance Assessment and Novel Interventions
When: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Where: Allied Health Building, 100 Penn Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Instructor: Vicki Gray MPT, PhD
CEU: Approved for 6 contact hours by the MD Board of PT Examiners; approved by Maryland Board of Occupational Therapy Practice for 6.0 contact hours applying to occupational therapy principles and procedures (COMAR 10.46.04.02 (7)(8)) for the completion of this program
Price: Free to CIs with voucher, $100 for CIs without voucher, $100 for PTRS alumni, $175 for non-affiliates
- Identify major risk factors that contribute to falls.
- Evaluate outcome measures that examine the recovery of balance: static, volitional and reactive.
- Discuss current and novel training approaches to improve balance control and reduce falls in chronic stroke.
Deficits in postural and balance control lead to instability, falls, injuries and diminished quality of living. After a stroke, this is a major problem. Therefore, assessment and intervention approaches to enhance balance function, restore mobility, and prevent falls are a major focus of physical therapy practice. This course will provide a review of recent advances in the understanding of balance control that have led to new concepts for developing assessment and intervention approaches including 1) emphasis on protective stepping strategies, 2) evaluating directional vulnerability to balance loss, and 3) the effectiveness of external perturbation training compared to voluntary movement training.
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