Cleveland Clinic Spasticity and Neurorehabilitation Pediatric and Adult Symposium 2022

20 $

‘+ Include: 36 videos + 1 pdf, size: 86.3 GB

+ Target Audience: neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pediatricians, primary care physicians

Description

+ Include: 36 videos + 1 pdf, size: 86.3 GB

+ Target Audience: neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pediatricians, primary care physicians

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

September 8-10, 2022
Corporate College East
Warrensville Heights, OH
About the Symposium
The symposium will highlight strategies to assess and manage spasticity and to enhance function and quality of life in children and adults dealing with the consequences of spasticity and neuromotor disorders. The topics will cover management options  neurorehabilitation, assistive devices, medical and surgical treatments, complementary and alternative therapies) to be utilized across neurological conditions throughout the lifespan. A combination of didactic presentations, case discussions, and breakout sessions will be used to illustrate the complexity of decision making and outcome measurement. The in-person hands-on workshops will provide
education on practical applications. Interaction between the audience and faculty will be encouraged throughout the symposium. An emphasis will be placed on information that can be applied in clinical practice, including recent advances.
Target Audience
Neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pediatricians, primary care physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses and other disciplines involved in the diagnosis and treatment of spasticity and other neuromotor disorders.
Objectives
After completing this educational activity, participants will be able to do the following:
• Identify strategies for combining rehabilitation, medical and surgical treatments, and complementary and alternative therapies to optimize function in adult and pediatric patients with spasticity and neuromotor disorders.
• Explain the impact of spasticity and neuromotor disorders on function and quality of life throughout the lifespan.
• Describe evidence based neurorehabilitation techniques and practices for managing spasticity and neuromotor disorders in pediatric and adult patients.
• Summarize the evidence base supporting the use of intrathecal baclofen, botulinum toxin and phenol injections, and surgical therapy to treat patients with spasticity and neuromotor disorders.
• Demonstrate applied manual therapy, taping, upper extremity casting and splinting, and use of ultrasound to target botulinum toxin injections

 

 

+ Topics:

Breakout 14 Hip Monitoring and Management.mp4
September 8 Aerobic Exercise and Neurological Function.mp4
September 8 Breakout 1 Intrathecal Baclofen Pump Routine Management.mp4
September 8 Breakout 2 Virtual Environments for Neurorehabilitation.mp4
September 8 Breakout 3 Optimizing Pelvic Floor and Bladder Function.mp4
September 8 Breakout 4 Dysfunctional Laryngeal Disorders.mp4
September 8 Breakout 5 Intrathecal Baclofen Pump Troubleshooting Case Studies.mp4
September 8 Breakout 6 Balance Retraining.mp4
September 8 Breakout 7 The Impact of Cortical Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) on Individuals with Cerebral Palsy.mp4
September 8 Breakout 8 Integrative Treatments for Spasticity.mp4
September 8 Introduction Welcome.mp4
September 8 Review of Spasticity & Dystonia and the Multidisciplinary Management of Movement Disorders.mp4
September 8 Review of Top Neurorehabilitation Papers for Pediatrics and Adults.mp4
September 8 Room 1.mp4
September 8 Room 2.mp4
September 8 Room 3.mp4
September 8 Room 4.mp4
September 8 Selective Antecedents to Cerebral Palsy.mp4
September 9 Adaptive Environments Go Baby Go Adaptive, Enriched, High Dose Environments.mp4
September 9 Breakout 10 Upper and Lower Extremity Orthotics.mp4
September 9 Breakout 11 Physical Therapy Treatment of Functional Movement Disorders.mp4
September 9 Breakout 12 Assistive Technology to Support Independence for Patients with Spasticity.mp4
September 9 Breakout 13 Botulinum Toxin and Phenol Injections Case Studies.mp4
September 9 Breakout 16 Dry Needling for Neurological Conditions.mp4
September 9 Breakout 17 Surgical Procedures for Spasticity Lower extremity trunk.mp4
September 9 Breakout 18 Up to Date Physical Therapy Management for Parkinson’s Disease.mp4
September 9 Breakout 19 Vestibular Treatment Approaches in Post-Stroke Rehabilitation.mp4
September 9 Breakout 20 Adaptive Sports.mp4
September 9 Breakout 9 Yoga and Traumatic Brain Injury.mp4
September 9 Cannabis and Cannabinoids in Chronic Pain Benefits, Adverse Effects, and the Legal Landscape.mp4
September 9 Introduction Welcome.mp4
September 9 Reflections on Spasticity Interventions over 40 years A Therapy Journey.mp4
September 9 Room 1.mp4
September 9 Room 2.mp4
September 9 Room 3.mp4
September 9 Room 4.mp4
Spasticity and Neurorehabilitation.pdf

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