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CE Credit Hours: 4.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours
CEU Course Description
Stroke is one of the principal causes of morbidity and mortality in adults in the developed world and the leading cause of disability in all industrialized countries. The aim of this CEU course is to provide an integrative view of the top-down approaches and their relationships with the traditional bottom-up in gait recovery after stroke. This aim is accomplished by reviewing the neurophysiology of gait, focusing on the recent ideas on the relation among cortical brain stem and spinal centers for gait control; classic gait rehabilitation techniques, including neurophysiological and motor learning approaches; and current methods that would be useful in a top-down approach. This course is based on an article by BioMed Central Ltd.
CEU Course Objectives
1. Explain the most common problems in walking after injury to motor areas of the brain.
2. Investigate the features that the Lokomat allows the rehabilitation team to select.
3. Compare and contrast the different gait rehabilitation methods.
4. Examine which gait rehabilitation method has been specifically developed for gait recovery after stroke.
5. Identify the most common impairments after stroke that contributes significantly to reduce gait performance.
CEU Course Syllabus
|Introduction||0.40 Contact Hours|
|Neurophysiology of Gait||0.44 Contact Hours|
|Gait Rehabilitation after Stroke||1.60 Contact Hours|
|Brain-Computer Interfaces||1.16 Contact Hours|
|Conclusion||0.40 Contact Hours|
Total = 4 Contact Hours
Instructional level: Intermediate
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