Rosale Lobo – 3-Day: Legal Nurse Intensive Training Course
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- Michel (Shelly) Denes, Professor
2 hours and 1 minute in length
Audio and video formats are available.
Copyright expires on July 29, 2020.
Neuroplasticity and neuroprotection provide us a brain that can adapt to alterations caused by harm as well as to experiences. With this insight, we can act to aid our patients with balance, gait, and fall risk. Proprioception is also an important component of movement, somatosensory input, gait, and balance, all of which are affected by age and illness. We can act to improve somatosensory input and hence lower fall risk. Evidence suggests that early intervention has the best results.
The Roles of Neuroplasticity and Proprioception in Fall Risk Reduction (6.7 MB)
Outline of 60 pages available after purchase
Posture Control Framework
Somatosensory input and its influence on fall risk reduction
What exactly is proprioception?
Vibration and light touch
Visual and vestibular effects
Screen, evaluate, and intervene
Romberg Test Treatments and treatments to enhance proprioception are part of the CDC’s STEADI project.
Significant proprioceptive impairments in a case study
Neuroplastic change drivers
The influence of behavior on rehabilitation
10 Neuroplasticity Principles
The Science of Exercise
Neuroplasticity and neuroprotection are affected.
Programs based on evidence
RX for appropriate exercise for elderly persons
Recommendation for exercise and balance
Shelly (Michel) Denes, PT, CFPS, C/NDT 10 related lectures and goods
Shelly Denes, PT, CFPS, C/NDT, is a neuro-rehab expert with over 25 years of expertise treating patients with hemiplegia, neuromuscular diseases, TBI, and SCI. She is passionate about cutting-edge technology and has worked extensively with neuroprosthetic devices, lower extremity orthotics, and exoskeleton robots.
Ms. Denes travels around the country to offer fall prevention and geriatric rehabilitation seminars, and she is recognized for her energetic, hands-on teaching style. She has also shared her knowledge with working professionals in a variety of venues. Her knowledge has also been demonstrated via expert witness work, both nationally and locally. Ms. Denes received her accreditation in Neurodevelopmental Treatment for Adult Hemiplegia (NDT) from the Rehab Institute of Chicago after graduating from the University of Michigan’s PT program. She also holds a Fall Prevention Specialist certification from Evergreen Certifications and serves on their advisory board.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Michel Janet (Shelly) Denes earns a living as a Physical Therapist at the Center for Spinal Cord Injury Recovery. PESI, Inc. pays her a speaking honorarium.
Michel Janet (Shelly) Denes does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.