Two day Workshop on Task specific training in neuro rehabilitation, on at Mission health physiotherapy centre Ahmadabad, Gujarat 2013.


Two day Workshop on Task specific training in neuro rehabilitation,

30st sept & 1st oct 2013, at Mission health physiotherapy centre

Ahmadabad, Gujarat 2013.

 

 Course instructor

Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao (PT)

Master of Physiotherapy (Neurosciences)

Associate Professor, Sancheti Institute

College of physiotherapy

HOD Physiotherapy Department

Shivajinagar, Pune.

 This workshop was organised by Dr. Aalap Shah (PT) for his clinical therapist in Mission health Ahmadabad, Gujarat .

 

Timing   Topic
10.30 -1.00 AM INTRODUCTION  

A.      Stroke anatomy and physiology

B.      Theories of motor control

C.    Neurophysiological approaches

(their diffferences and limitations)

1. MUSCLE RE-EDUCATION APPROACH

2. NEUROTHERAPEUTIC APPROACH

Sensorimotor Approach

Movement Therapy Approach (Brunnstrom,)

Bobath Approach

PNF Approach (Knot and Voss)

3. TASK- SPECIFIC APPROACH System model of motor control

Motor Relearning Program for Stroke (1980s)

Contemporary Task-Oriented Approach (1990s)

What is importance of the task specific approach?
Assessment : FOUR STEPS IN THE MRP
LUNCH
1.00 – 5.00 PM Guidelines & Steps Followed Sitting Up Over Side Of Bed
Balanced Sitting
Upper Limb Training
8.00 AM BREAK FAST
9AM

To

1.00 PM

STANDING UP & SITTING DOWN
BALANCED STANDING
GAIT TRAINING
1.00 -2.00 PM LUNCH
Complications and its management
2.00 PM – 5.00 PM Pool of Evidences Stroke Rehab
Case discussions
5.00 PM Question and Answers

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