MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP);Theoretical framework:1. Dynamic system theory & CNS plasticity


MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP);Theoretical framework

 1. Dynamic system theory & CNS plasticity

A principle of dynamic system theory, is that organism demonstrate an inherent capacity to self organize throughout life (Perry, 1998). Plasticity (Kolb, 1995) is a capacity to reorganize after disruption & to adapt to functional demands. Although a damaged tissue does not structurally regenerate, plasticity in the mammalian CNS has been well documented.

Carr & shepherd assume that therapeutic challenges have the potential to influence how a person’s neuromuscular system will reorganize itself after injury to the CNS. Furthermore they recognized that those voluntary movements are initiated by functional task goals (Jeanne rod, 1990; Willingham, 1995) and are influenced by the special and force characteristics of the objects (Mathiowetz & Wade1995; Trebly &Wu, 1999). Therefore, functional task demands are used instead of exercises to provide graded motor challenges.

Published by GajananBhalerao

DR. GAJANAN BHALERAO (PT) MPTh Neuro, NDT Adult (USA), Motor relearning (Australia), Aquatic therapist (Switzerland). Associate professor at Sancheti Institute College of physiotherapy, Shivajinagar, Pune. Founder Director of "School of neuro rehab and aquatic therapy" , speciality centre for neuro rehabilitation of stroke, brain and spinal cord injury. Mobile : 9822623701 Email:Gajanan_bhalerao@yahoo.com, gajanan.neurophysio@gmail.com

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