Physical Therapy: Stroke: Risk Factor Assessment, Rehabilitation Protocols and Best Practices for Prevention

16.00
Online
Elective
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About this Course

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, learners should be able to:
  • Summarize the importance of rehabilitation in stroke recovery and discuss the detailed phases of stroke recovery within physical therapy.
  • Detail the protocols for stroke rehabilitation and how these protocols pertain to the practice of the physical therapist.
  • Discuss the difference between fine and gross motor independence; detail the considerations, methods and goals of physical therapy for each.
  • Explain the factors, complexities and goals that may apply when determining the duration of the rehabilitation efforts in stroke patients.
  • Apply the knowledge and the details of clinical case scenarios to critically solve the problems and the issues of individual physical therapy cases.
  • Explain ways to create and then implement measures to aid in prevention of further strokes.




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Stroke: Risk Factor Assessment, Rehabilitation Protocols and Best Practices for Prevention

16.00
About this Course

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, learners should be able to:
  • Summarize the importance of rehabilitation in stroke recovery and discuss the detailed phases of stroke recovery within physical therapy.
  • Detail the protocols for stroke rehabilitation and how these protocols pertain to the practice of the physical therapist.
  • Discuss the difference between fine and gross motor independence; detail the considerations, methods and goals of physical therapy for each.
  • Explain the factors, complexities and goals that may apply when determining the duration of the rehabilitation efforts in stroke patients.
  • Apply the knowledge and the details of clinical case scenarios to critically solve the problems and the issues of individual physical therapy cases.
  • Explain ways to create and then implement measures to aid in prevention of further strokes.