Considerations of Practice Conditions to Drive Neuroplasticity and Optimize Movement in Patients Post-strokeConnecticut APTA Chapter (2016)
This course aims to present current evidence for developing rehabilitation strategies that facilitate neuroplasticity to optimize movement and recovery following stroke. A review of the principles of motor learning, motor recovery, and neuroplasticity will be discussed followed by the clinical application of structuring rehabilitation sessions to enhance functional recovery along the continuum of care for individuals post-stroke. Emphasis will be on various practice conditions, exercise prescription, and use of augmented information.
Publication DateFall October, 2016
Citation InformationMichelle Wormley, PT, PhD, CLT, Wendy Romney, DPT, PhD, NCS, Diana A. Veneri, PT, EdD, NCS and Andrea Oberlander, DPT. "Considerations of Practice Conditions to Drive Neuroplasticity and Optimize Movement in Patients Post-stroke" Connecticut APTA Chapter (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/wendy_romney/15/