You don't need expensive equipment, time-consuming protocols or labor-intensive techniques to help your stroke patients heal.
As therapists, we're seeing stroke patients that are younger, still actively engaged in the workforce, parents of young children, and some who often participate in recreational activities, so the tools we once had might not meet the outcomes patients are seeking.
I've developed treatment interventions that will help you identify impairments that cause dysfunction, and create effective therapy plans that will directly reduce functional limitations in any stroke patient – from acute care to community re-entry.
If you're ready to expand your intervention toolbox with effective treatments that directly reduce functional limitations for any level of stroke patient, join me for this exclusive series:
Stroke Rehab with a Purpose: Impairment-Based Interventions for all Stages of Recovery
Michelle Green, MS, DPT, c-NDT, NCS
In this 4-Module course, you'll learn how to develop treatment interventions based on motor control and learning principles aimed at integrating cognition, motor ability, and the environment for maximal carryover to functional task performance.
You'll begin by exploring stroke rehab using the ICF model and a task-analysis, hypothesis driven approach to restore function and movements. By utilizing a framework for clinical problem solving, you'll discover how to prioritize your patient's impairments to direct your treatment plan.
In this module, you'll explore the three golden rules of treatment: Align, activate and rehabilitate. Together, these rules will help you know where to start and how to progress your treatment plans. Through video case examples, you'll examine positions for therapy that enhance your patient's success and you'll learn how to apply motor learning principles to your treatment plans. Finally, you'll master how to identify and test the probable impairments that are causing movement dysfunction for your patient.
What is the secret to maximum recovery? Treat the impairments, NOT the conditions. This module provides an in-depth look at tools and treatments that reduce commonly seen impairments. Through video demonstration, you'll learn tips and techniques that can be done both at home or in the clinic.
Nearly 70% of stroke patients will struggle with Pusher Syndrome, and management of these cases can be challenging. These patients often have poor safety awareness, require more physical assistance, and are resistant to passive correction of posture. In this module, you'll learn how to formulate a treatment plan that helps your patient find and hold their midline, build endurance and create mobility.
"Great presenter; Great content; Could feel the heartbeat and passion of this presenter!"
- Angela Neal, PT
"I wanted to let everyone know how much I enjoy Dr. Green and how much useful information I received from the course. I have been telling all my colleagues at work about the class and many are very interested in this course. Thanks for allowing me to attend."
- Jimmy Jackson, OTR
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