Wednesday, March 5, 2014

SEMINAR STUFF

TREATING
Electrical Stimulation (E-Stim)
Bilateral Arm Training
Mirror Therapy
Increasing walking speed 
Constraint Induced Therapy (CIT)
CIT decreases spasticity and “pathological” synergies
CIT early after stroke may not be a good idea
Amazing CIT dissertation by STACY L. FRITZ that includes:
Sensation Recovery
Why task specific practice important in neurorehab
VIDEO
RESEARCHING
Researching Stroke Recovery
Clinical Guidelines from around the World
Information About Other Forms of Brain Injury
Find Stroke-Recovery Research in Your Area
Two Free Stroke-Specific Magazines
MEASURING
Measuring Recovery
Cognitive (mental) Tests
Posterior Pusher Syndrome (or) posterior pelvic tilting
READING
Articles by Pete
←See list of selected articles on the lower left column of this blog
REFERENCING
RESOURCES
Walking within within 24 hours after stroke: help or hurt?
·  An article where they interviewed therapists, docs and nurses: Conclusion: Our study shows that most clinicians had concerns in relation to early mobilization of stroke patients and more clinicians had concerns for hemorrhagic than for ischemic stroke.
· An article looking at very early mobilization and depression: Conclusion: Very early mobilization may reduce depressive symptoms in stroke patients at 7 days post-stroke.
· Early mobilization out of bed after stroke may be all good: Conclusion: It seems to reduce severe complications but not cerebral blood flow:
· Early mobilization out of bed after stroke, maybeConclusions: Insufficient data are available to prove the beneficial effects of early mobilization after stroke.
· A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial for Stroke (AVERT): Conclusions: Very early mobilization of patients within 24 hours of acute stroke appears safe and feasible.  
· The LEAPS trial (the largest study ever done on post-stroke rehab): "patients who received early locomotor training experienced more multiple falls."


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