Stroke: Pathophysiology - New Advances in Treatment
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||New Excellent course
||NBCOT® approved 1.25 PDU
FL/AL approved (CE Broker) 1 contact hours # 20-448983
Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process
David Baras M.D.
Excellent .1 AOTA APP or 1.0 contact hour beginner to intermediate course presented by David Baras, MD Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Fantastic over-view of the advances in Stroke response, rehabilitation, and general thinking. Introductory level movie course. Certificate will be rewarded upon successful completion 80% on the exam. Comes with a 50 page manual available on PDF. Great overview of stroke risk factors and how to reduce risk. Introduction to neuroplasticity. General overview of Constrained-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT).Mixed level learning course - Instructional Methods include lecture, and video to enhance understanding. Upon successful completion of the examination (80%) your certificate will be sent via email.
Recognize common definitions associated with stroke
Identify risk factors associated with having a stroke
Identify neuroplasticity and how we can use this in increasing function
Differentiate aspects of neuroplasticity and how the brain works to improve function
Recognize key elements in Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy to assist with improving function
Adjunctive DVDs available for an additional fee. Call 727-215-7614 for details
Definition and introduction including risk factors
Types of strokes and incidences
Neuroplasticity and research
Neuroplasticity and rehabilitation to include CIMT, imagery, trans-cranial magnetic stimulation
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