CCU Alert! A Comprehensive Approach to the Evidence-Based Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson Disease across the Continuum of Disability

Who: PTs, OTs What: A Comprehensive Approach to the Evidence-Based Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson Disease across the Continuum of Disability When: November 10-11, 2018 Where: University of Kansas Health System, Kansas City, Kansas Why: “In this course participants will learn to: — Distinguish between idiopathic PD and other causes of Parkinsonism in the examination … Continue reading CCU Alert! A Comprehensive Approach to the Evidence-Based Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson Disease across the Continuum of Disability

Exercising with Parkinson Disease (Part 1)

Exercise and neuroplasticity in person’s living with Parkinson’s disease as originally seen in European Journal of Physical the Rehabilitation Medicine This is another installment of Neurocollaborative neuro therapists’ favorite research articles. One of the authors of this paper is in the Neurocollaborative, but she wasn’t the one that suggested this article. Again, this is a … Continue reading Exercising with Parkinson Disease (Part 1)

Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 7)

The Clinical Approach to Movement Disorders as originally seen in Nature Reviews Neurology Here are the obligatory hotlinks to the other posts in the series on this article: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 and #6. Today we have the final installment in this series discussing the above article on assessing and describing movement disorders. This … Continue reading Too Little and Too Much Movement: How to Assess and Describe (Part 7)