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Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions Course (Recorded Webinar)

presented by Mike Studer, DPT, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA

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Financial: Mike Studer receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

Nonfinancial: Mike Studer has no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.

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Video Runtime: 174 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from standard MedBridge courses.

Have you been practicing neurologic rehabilitation for a few years or completed a neuro residence? Are you bored by the same basic continuing education shouts for more intensity? Do you find yourself looking for advanced application-based courses? You may be ready for Stroke Rehabilitation: The Advanced Interventions. In this recorded webinar, we will address and show evidence-based, targeted stroke rehabilitation interventions to promote greater functional recovery through central (neuroplastic) avenues, peripheral (fitness-based) resources, and psychological (patient engagement, attention, intensity) mechanisms. Topics such as rebuilding automaticity, employing practical and task-specific dual-tasking, and promoting UE/LE sensory return will be covered.

Meet Your Instructor

Mike Studer, DPT, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA

Mike Studer, DPT, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA, received his physical therapy degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1991. He received his postprofessional MHS degree in physical therapy with neurologic emphasis from the University of Indianapolis. He has been board certified as a clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy since 1995 and…

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1. Beyond the Basics: The Advanced Course Content

This section will guide the participant experience and compare and contrast the basic principles from this presentation's advanced interventions.

2. Forced Use of the UE: Motor and Sensory

This section will prepare the clinician to think about AND force neuroplasticity for the sensory systems in the UE and LE, not just “systems” of vision and balance.

3. Forced Use of the LE: Motor, Sensory, and Psychology (Confidence)

In this chapter, attendees will learn about optimal manipulation of practice variables such as repetitions, intensity, promise, error. Be prepared on how to create a dosage for any patient—the recipe for motor control revealed!

4. Recreating Automaticity

This chapter will discuss the concept of recreating automaticity. While we help people regain movement, do our current rehabilitation approaches help them learn how to move without thinking about it?

5. The Adaptable Patient: A Practical Strategy to Reduce Tone and Increase Consistent Function

Fear, fatigue, novel environments, pressure, speed—all of these can cause a patient's tone to increase. Are your techniques helping your patients be at their best in all environments?

6. The Severely Impaired and Frail Patient: Management Approaches

Chapter 6 will cover approaching the weakest, most impaired, and frail—with evidence. We will discuss how to manage opportunities to demonstrate improvement for documentation and, most importantly, patient engagement.

7. Maximize Your Patient Engagement

Chapter 7 will examine using advanced motor control theories and seeing them applied to maximize potential in ADLs and mobility, as well as moving through common barriers and statements, such as: “Someone else will do that for me. Can I work on _______ instead?”

8. Summary

This chapter will summarize the topics and learning experience covered in this course, and provide contact information for future engagement or follow-up questions.

9. Question and Answer Session

Chapter 9 is a viewer-submitted question and answer session facilitated by Mike Studer.

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