NDTA Advanced Handling and Problem Solving Course Pune, Maharashtra, India 2015


NDTA Advanced Handling and Problem Solving Course

Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Course Description

This five-day course is designed to broaden one’s knowledge base and enhance skills learned in the certificate course.  An emphasis will be placed on enhancing participants’ assessment and handling skills. The patient practicum of the course will involve patients with a variety of acquired CNS lesions (stroke, traumatic brain injury, and ataxia if possible). The registration form asks you to state specific questions you would like addressed during the course.  As much as possible, we will try to address your clinical questions.   Participants must have completed an NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Treatment and Management of Adults with Hemiplegia or a Certificate Course in the Treatment and Management of Individuals with Cerebral Palsy as a prerequisite to this course.

 

Course content will include:

  • ICF Enablement Model (from the WHO) for assessment and intervention planning
  • Current concepts of postural control and movement
  • Analysis of complex movement patterns related to function
  • Analysis of atypical movement patterns
  • Problem-solving and Intervention principles and strategies

Course will include lab, lecture and patient demonstrations.  Participants will treat patients at least four of the five days of this course.

 

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:

  • Utilize the ICF Enablement Model for patient evaluation and intervention planning
  • Identify current concepts of postural control and movement
  • Analyze factors which interfere with the performance of functional activities
  • Identify impairments contributing to these ineffective posture and movement strategies
  • Synthesize information to develop appropriate intervention strategies for persons with neurological dysfunction
  • Demonstrate ability to implement appropriate intervention strategies during treatment practicum

Course Dates:

  • 01-12-2015 – 01-16-2015

Course Number: 15H101
Course Status: Approved
Prerequisite: NDT/Bobath Certificate Course
Location: Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy
Sancheti Health Academy, Shivajinagar, Thube Park 11/12
Pune, Maharashtra, India, 41105

Course Instructors:
Cathy Hazzard, B.Sc, MBA, PT, C/NDT CI

Course Contact:
Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao
Phone: 9198 22623701
Fax: 9120 25539494
gajanan_bhalerao@yahoo.com

Advance NDT course
Registration Fee: A non-refundable RS 3000/- and $ 50 for international delegates (No application will be processed without it).
Course Fees: These include course tuition fees, course material, daily breakfast, lunch and high tea on all 5 days of course (5day/week).
TYPE
PERIOD
INDIAN DELEGATE
INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES.
Registration Fee
Up to 31/09/14
Rs 3000/-
$ 50
Early bird Fee
Up to 30/09/2014
Rs 35,000/-
US  $ 650/-
Regular Fee
01/10/2014 TO 31/10/2014
Rs 40,000/-
US  $ 700/-
Late Fee
01/11/2014 TO 30/11/2014
Rs 45,000/-
US  $ 750/-
 
After November 31st registration is closed.
Please register early to get benefit.
Please Send DD/ Multi city Cheque in favor of “Sancheti Continuous Physiotherapy Education (CPE) Program” payable at Pune.

Please click here for application

advance course Application for NDTA Adult Certificate course 2015 India –

 

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