Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 3)

The Clinical Approach to Movement Disorders as originally seen in Nature Reviews Neurology We’ve been working through the above article in a series of posts here and here thus far. This will be installment #3 on chorea. Here’s a video of some chorea in Huntington’s to get a visual.   And here’s a visual of … Continue reading Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 3)

Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 2)

The Clinical Approach to Movement Disorders as originally seen in Nature Reviews Neurology We continue on with this article that is describing terminology related to movement disorders. Here is a little more info about the asterixis. In this video in the gait session starting about 1:45, you can see where the subject’s path veers off … Continue reading Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 2)

Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 1)

The Clinical Approach to Movement Disorders as originally seen in Nature Reviews Neurology Ran across some other folks talking about this article. The article is really good with lots of good details to pack away in the neuro toolbox. It’s so good, that I don’t think I could do it all justice in just one post (not … Continue reading Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 1)

CCU Alert! PNF and Aquatics– An Evidence Based Approach Webinar

Who: Audience: PTs, PTAs. Sponsored by the Aquatic Physical Therapy Association of the American Physical Therapy Association What: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) and Aquatics– An Evidence Based Approach Webinar When: Thursday, June 29, 2017 8:30-10:00pm EST Where: Wherever you are! Why: “Hydro therapy principles will be utilized in using proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation. PNF diagonal patterns in … Continue reading CCU Alert! PNF and Aquatics– An Evidence Based Approach Webinar

CCU Alert! Neurodegenerative Diseases Symposium

Who: Physicians and “other allied health practioners” What: Cedars-Senai Neurodegenerative Diseases Symposium When: Saturday, September 16, 2017 Where: Luxe Hotel, Los Angeles, California 90048 Why: “Objectives: Implement novel approaches/techniques to influence physiological and functional outcomes using most recent, evidence-based techniques. Discuss the benefits associated with the assessment and management of patients with neurodegenerative diseases using … Continue reading CCU Alert! Neurodegenerative Diseases Symposium