Top posts in last two years


Top Posts for all days ending 2015-01-19 (Summarized)

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Home page / Archives 10,183
Causes and management of hyperextension of knee in hemiplegic and Paraplegic 7,897
Taping in hemiplegic shoulder subluxation 2,333
DO NOT STRETCH CALF (TENDO ACHILLES TENDON) TIGHTNESS If IT DON’T HAVE GOOD STRENGTH IN PLANTAR FLEXORS 661
BOBATH APPROACH 636
Hydrotherapy for traumatic brain injury with hemiplegia – our challenges and solutions 579
ABOUT ME 531
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop organized by Indian Association of Physiotherapist Pune Branch and Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune 408
HOW TO IMPROVE SITTING BALANCE OF SPINAL CORD INJURY; METHOD 1: BALL CATCH AND THROW 401
Basic Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT Paeds) workshop in November -December 2012 378
The law of shunting reaction & Application of shunting rule in treatment: Bobath Approach 358
How to do ambulation training with KAFO in patient of spinal cord who got complication with accidental burn on thigh region? 337
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP): 3. Principle of the functional task oriented approach. 331
NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia, Pune, India 2015 313
NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia in Pune, India 294
TILT TABLE STANDING: early weight bearing and standing in patient with Total Hip Replacement with complications. 200
When & how to progress from KAFO TO AFO in patients with Incomplete Spinal cord injury. 176
Outcome Measures used in Cerebral Palsy; Types of scales & Validity, reliability & sensitivity of scales 172
Fourth year CBR Project made easy, well planned, organized and fun filled Potential Research questions for a high-quality research project -A trial 160
Principles of Bobath Approach 157
I HAVE COMPLETED FIVE YEARS IN SANCHETI COLLEGE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY AS A ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/ LECTURER. 147
What is the therapeutic management of thalamic bleed? 145
Every patient of thalamic bleed doesn’t show symptoms of thalamic syndrome…! 145
SCI REHAB: Modified prone push up in high Paraplegics & Quadriplegics with weak triceps 130
HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS WITH ASIS TYPE C QUADRIPLEGIA WHO DO NOT HAVE HAND CONTROL TO HOLD THE WALKER DUE TO LMN LESION AT C7, C8 & T1. 128
USE OF DUPATTA/CHUNARI AS A GAIT BELT IN GAIT TRAINING IN HEMIPLEGICS AND BALANCE DISORDERS 121
Spastic muscles cant do eccentric lengthening 119
MOTOR RELEARNING PROGRAM REFLECTS THROUGH KEY FEATURES 117
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP);Theoretical framework: 111
Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : Workshops Details 98
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM(MRP): MRP provides practical guidelines 98
STROKE REHAB 97
SPINAL CORD INJURY REHAB 96
Dr. ASHA CHITNIS’S FOUR DAY WORKSHOP ON “ NDT BASIC COURSE” SEPTEMBER- 2014. 91
Never plan the therapeutic management based on the medical diagnosis or cause of stroke 84
What to do while application of Bobath Approach? 83
HOW TO CHOOSE BETWEEN KAFO WITH STATIC ANKLE UNIT & DYNAMIC ANKLE WHILE PRESCRIBING KAFO IN SPINAL CORD INJURY? 82
HOW TO IMPROVE AROUSAL IN PATIENTS HAVING COMATOSE STATUS OR LOW SCORE ON GLASGO COMA SCALE? 81
Workshop on ” Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : part I- Proprioceptive neuro Muscular facilitation” on 13th Sept 2014 ​ 77
WORKSHOP ON MOTOR RELEARNING PROGRAM FOR STROKE REHABILITATION …..A Practical Approach On 16th and 17th August 2014 69
COMPARISION OF BOBATH APPRPACH & MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAME 66
Evidences of cerebral palsy management 65
HOW TO DO WALKINNG TRAINING IN SPINAL CORD INJURY WITH B/L COLLES’ FRACTURE (WRIST). 64
Ambulation Training in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation:Complete and Incomplete 59
MY BOOKS 59
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop in Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune, August 2014 58
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP):Theoretical framework 57
My first International publication as Co Author in NDTA Network on the net, NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2011, VOLUME 18, ISSUE 6: Thanks to Dr. Asha Chitnis, C/NDT 55
Neurophysiological Assumption underlying of Bobath approach 51
DO NOT WORK ON MOBILIZATION & INCREASING THE RANGE OF MOTION IF MUSCLES DON’T GOOD STRENGTH THROUGHOUT THE RANGE. 51
Postponed the course on Basic Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT Paeds) workshop in December 2012 50
Nature of handicap of patient with brain lesions:: Bobath Approach 48
NDTA Advanced Handling and Problem Solving Course Pune, Maharashtra, India 2015 43
All patients showing Type A lesion on initial ASIA scale assessment are not complete cord injury 42
we commonly get confused between homonymous hemianopia and neglect…! 40
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP);Theoretical framework:1. Dynamic system theory & CNS plasticity 39
HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS OF SPINAL CORD INJURY WITH COMPLICATION UPPER END HUMERAL FRACTURE ? 37
MOTOR LEARNING PROGRAM (MRP);Theoretical framework: 2. Development of maladaptive strategies 34
TWO DAYS WORKSHOP ON MOTOR RELEARNING PROGRAM FOR STROKE REHABILITATION …..A Practical Approach On 16th and 17th August 2014 28
Two distinct paradigm shifts in the treatment of neurological disorder, particularly stroke. 28
Ambulation Training in Stroke Rehabilitation 27
KEY ELEMENT AND PINICPLES OF NEURO REHABILITAION 26
TO LEARN NEURO REHABILTATION, IT IS IMPORTANT TO LEARN THE PAEDIATRIC REHABILITATION 23
WORKSHOP ON 2D & 3D GAIT ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT Of GAIT DEVIATIONS 22
ANY SENSORY STIMULUS WHICH IS PURPOSELESS IS USELESS 17
Patients with balance disorders/postural instability may be suffering from ealry parkinsonism: Reporting them to neurologist is moral responsibility of physiotherapist. 15
USE OF DUPATTA/CHUNARI AS A GAIT BELT IN GAIT TRAINING IN HEMIPLEGICS AND BALANCE DISORDERS 4
Top post of my blog on Neuro Rehabilitation in last two year 4
Never plan the therapeutic management based on the diagnosis or cause of stroke, but based on sign and symptoms and the patients’ occupational demands. 2
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