Stroke Rehab 360

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November 19, 2022 9:00am–November 20, 2022 4:00pm

This 2-day course will provide an overview of current treatment approaches used to address frequently seen problems in the field of stroke rehabilitation.  While evidence-based, the emphasis during the course will be on analysis of movement, understanding the concepts of functional rehabilitation and demonstration of practical hands-on treatment strategies. Current information on increasing therapy intensity such as constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT), visual mirror feedback and motor imagery will be presented, as well as a review of orthoses and neuro-visual rehab. Jacquie and Wendy will draw on their many years of experience working with clients with neurological impairments to distill into 2 days the skills to help therapists differentially treat commonly seen neurological problems and initiate and progress functional neurological rehabilitation in clients with stroke.


  1. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to describe:
  2. Why neuro-rehabilitation is different than orthopedic treatment
  3. Underlying principles behind current approaches to neuro-rehabilitation 
  4. Importance of addressing cardiovascular re-conditioning in persons living with stroke
  5. Impact of sensory and visual-spatial deficits on movement and rehabilitation
  6. Underlying pathology, presenting movement issues and interventions for the most common neurological deficits seen after a stroke
  7. An increased knowledge of techniques to help increase the intensity of practice and treatment for people living with stroke
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