The Balance Workshop with Stroke Ed
Organised by CPNG
|Presenter Details||Karl Schurr
Karl Is A Physiotherapy Clinician, Researcher And Educator. He Has Over 30+ Years’ Experience In Stroke, Brain Injury And Aged Care Rehabilitation In Australia And The UK. Research And Publications: Karl Has Published 27 Peer Reviewed Journal Articles And Been Awarded Over $1 Million In Research Funding. His Research Focuses On Methods To Increase Exercise Intensity, Dosage, And Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Rehabilitation Interventions For Stroke Survivors And Older People.
Simone Is A Physiotherapy Clinician, Researcher And Educator. She Has 20+ Years Experience In Stroke, Brain Injury And Aged Care Rehabilitation. Simone Is A Senior Lecturer At The Australian Catholic University In North Sydney. Research And Publications: Simone Has Published Many Peer Reviewed Journal Articles. Her Research Focuses On The Relationship Between Loss Of Strength And Activity Limitations And Strategies To Increase Amounts Of Practice In Rehabilitation.
|How to Book||Book Online|
|Contact Person||Kate Bradley|
|Date||11 Mar 2021 08:00 - 25 Mar 2021 08:00|
|CPNG Members - Neurology and Gerontology members only||€70.00|
|Non ISCP Members||€130.00|
The balance workshop was developed to complement the evidence-based exercise guidelines for improving balance and preventing falls. While the guidelines of Professor Cathie Sherrington and colleagues are widely available, implementing these guidelines in clinical practice continues to be a major clinical challenge. Therapists have asked the StrokeEd collaboration for advice about how to implement effective balance strategies that are safe, challenging and of sufficiently high dosage. This workshop aims to assist clinicians to develop evidence-based solutions for people with balance difficulties. The workshop uses lectures, practical sessions, video analysis and clinical sessions with patients in order to provide clinicians with many strategies for effective balance training with people of differing levels of disability.
Learning objectives At the completion of the workshop participants should be able to: 1. Define balance, postural adjustments, kinematics, kinetics, task specificity 2. Discuss research about the characteristics of postural adjustments i.e. timing, task specificity 3. Describe changes that occur to postural adjustments with aging and neuropathology 4. Describe the assessment and analysis of balance impairment 5. Describe the risk factors and circumstances of falls 6. Discuss the evidence for exercise interventions to improve balance and reduce falls 7. Describe how to set up effective balance training for people with impaired balance