This lab-Intense, recorded will show you how evidence can be used to address the root cause of pusher syndrome-Treatment activities and progressions based on the diagnosis.
Michelle Green – Stroke Rehab for Patients who Push
Stroke rehabilitation can be difficult because pushing behavior is a problem. Patients who Many push suffer from low levels, require lots of help, have safety concerns, and are resistant to traditional treatment. This video will explain how to treat pusher syndrome.
This lab-Intense, recorded will show you how evidence can be used to address the root cause of pusher syndrome-Treatment activities and progressions based on the ICF model. You will learn how to identify and treat the limiting impairments in pusher patients using the ICF model and principles neuroplasticity. This will allow you to choose the best intervention and maximize your treatment results.
In order to be able to implement treatment ideas in any setting, you will be provided with the appropriate assessment tools as well as functional performance tests. Techniques that can be applied to other patients will be taught. who These patients often have similar impairments, such as difficulty with the midline, retropulsion, trunk malalignments and postural control deficits. This course is an excellent investment. This dynamic course will elevate your treatment!
- Discuss the latest literature concerning suggested pathology “pusher syndrome”
- Recognize and list common characteristics of a patient’s functional presentation who “pushes”
- Develop a skill-set for Understanding normal movement and executing task analysis for Assessment of impairments limitations
- Discuss the criteria that are critical for categorizing the “pusher” Patient as a low or mid-level, or high,-Level “pusher”
- Find the right treatment options for The low, medium, and high-Level “pusher” Patients should be patient in order to improve the activity restrictions.
- Use positioning and supporting techniques to enhance safety. for The clinician and the patient
- To maximize participation, you should plan a sequence of interventions to reduce impairments or activity limitations. for Each patient is provided with “pusher syndrome”
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ICF MODEL AND ROLE OF ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT
- ICF Models are a guide for clinical reasoning
- Examples and levels of ICF definitions
- Correlation between assessment, prognosis or treatment planning
- The role of the vestibular system
- Correlation between localization of lesions and “pushing”
- Thalamic lesions “pushing”
- The role of graviceptive system
- Best support for The possibility of “pushing”
COMMON CHARACTERISTICS “PUSHERS”
- Alignment faults (trunk, head, pelvis, femur)
- Movement dysfunction
- Midline deficits
- Other (sensory, visual, neglect, cognition, and other)
- To confirm the presence “Pushing”
- Outcome measures
- Assessment of the roles of upper and below trunks
TASK-ANALYSIS, HYPOTHESIS DRIVE APPROACH
- Why do you use this framework? for Clinical reasoning
- What is the framework
- How it guides tasks assessment, and guides treatment options
- How to do a task analysis
- Neuroplasticity and directing treatments
There are many options
- Motor learning and motor control theories-Up and Moving
TREATMENT SET-UP FOR SUCCESS (REDUCERISK, IMPROVE SAFETY and IMPROVE OUTCOMES).
- Choose a position for Treatment
- Align patient for best results
- To mimic functional needs, activate muscles in a coordinated sequence.
- Rehabilitation of function
- What is the best way to get compensation?
TREATMENTS FOR THE HIGH, MID AND LOW-LEVEL “PUSHER”
- Primary characteristic for Each level
- Start point and progress
- Functional re-Education considerations
- In treatment, objects, accessories, and equipment are used
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes