The Geriatric Rehab Toolbox of Tomorrow from J.J. Mowder-Tinney

The Geriatric Rehab Toolbox of Tomorrow from J.J. Mowder-Tinney
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The Geriatric Rehab Toolbox of Tomorrow from J.J. Mowder-Tinney

The Geriatric Rehab Toolbox of Tomorrow from J.J. Mowder-Tinney

The Geriatric Rehab Toolbox of Tomorrow Translating Evidence into Everyday Practice from J.J. Mowder-Tinney

Faculty:J.J. Mowder-Tinney

Duration:1 Hour 55 Minutes | Format:Audio and Video

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Outline:

Growing your rehabilitation toolbox

  • Standardized tests appropriate for specific patient presentations
  • Initialization of interventions

Case study: Postural issues and hip extensor and abductor strengthening

  • Outcome measures
  • Literature review
  • Intervention design

Case study: PF strengthening and coordination

  • Outcome measures
  • Literature review
  • Intervention design

Case study: Balance deficits, reactive stepping and specific strengthening and aerobic conditioning

  • Outcome measures
  • Literature review
  • Intervention design

Description:

This session provides specific and realistic intervention strategies to address common impairments in the aging adult, illustrating how to integrate the latest theoretical studies into everyday practice through a series of case progressions. In each case, we will explore how primary impairments and outcome measure results are integrated into the development of the plan of care to progress evidence-based interventions through a variety of settings. Video cases of different patient presentations will focus on aspects of turning and reactive balance training, aerobic conditioning, and strengthening.

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