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Carr and Shepard motor relearning approach targets what?

Targets normal movement and how it is relearned after neurological insult

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Carr and Shepard believed what?

That factors that are involved with learning are also involved with releasing and should include:

-identification of a goal
-inhibition of any unnecessary activity that does not relate to normal movement
-the ability to adjust during activity to the effects of gravity and balance
-proper body alignment
-proper motivation
-incorporate internal or mental practice as well as external or physical practice
-feedback
-KR

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Describe Carr and Shephard’s approach in a clinical setting.

-PT observation of the pt during examination in order to identify the variations in normal movement

-through critical assessment the PT identifies components of movement that are missing or abnormal and the corresponding interventions

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Closed motor skill

Skill that is performed under a stable and unchanging environment

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KR in Carr and Shepard

-Providing the pt with external FB regarding a pt’s performance of a task

-include observations as well as objective data and can be positive or negative in nature with the goal of influencing the learner

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Open motor skill

Skill that is permed under a consistently changing environment

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Transfer of learning

An action cannot be separated from the environment that it is performed in.

Patient must be able to transfer the skill or motor task into different environments

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Who developed the neuromuscular developmental treatment (NDT) concept

Bobaths’

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What is the NDT concept ?

-Pt should learn to control movement through activities that promote normal movement patterns that integrate function

-based on a hierarchical model of neurophysiological function

-recognizes the interference of normal function within the brain caused by CNS dysfunction leads to a slowing down or cessation of motor development and inhibition of righting reactions, equilibrium reactions and automatic movements.

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What new assumptions have been incorporated into NDT?

-Postural control can be learned and modified through experience

-Postural control uses both FB and feed-forward mechanisms for execution of tasks

-Postural control is initiated from a pt’s BOS

-Postural control is required for skill development

-Postural control develops by assuming progressive positions in which there is an increase in the distance b/t the COG and BOS; BOS should decrease

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Facilitation

A technique utilized to elicit I voluntary muscular contraction

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Inhibition

A technique utilized to decrease excessive tone or movment

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Key points of control

Specific handling of designated areas of the body (shoulder, pelvis, hand and foot) will influence and facilitate posture, alignment and control

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Placing

The act of moving an extremity into a position that the pt must hold against gravity

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Reflex inhibiting posture

Designated static positions that bob that found to inhibit abnormal tonal influences and reflexes

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Describe the Brunnstrom Concept of therapy in hemiplegia

-was believed to immediately practice synergy patterns and subsequently develop combinations of movement patterns outside of the Synergy

-Research has indicated that reinforced synergy patterns are very difficult to change (so this is rarely utilized today)

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Brunnstorm’s 7 Stages of Recovery

Stage 1: no volitional movement initiated (Flaccidity)
Stage 2: the appearance of basic limb synergies. Spasticity begins
Stage 3: Synergies are performed voluntarily; Spasticity increases
Stage 4: Spasticity begins to decrease. Movement patterns are not dictated solely by limb synergies
Stage 5: Further decrease in spasticity is noted w/independence from Limb synergy patterns
Stage 6: Isolated joint movements are performed with coordination
Stage 7: normal motor function is restored

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Associated reaction

Involuntary and automatic movment of a body part as ra euslt of an intestinal active or resistive movment in another body part

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Homolateral synkinessis

A flexion pattern of the involved upper extremity facilitates flexion of the involved lower extremity

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Limb synergies

A group of muscles that produce a predictable pattern of movement in flexion or extension

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Raimiste’s phenomenon

Involved LE will abduct or adduct with applied resistance to the uninvolved LE in the same direction

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Souques’ phenomenon

Raising the involved UE above 100 degrees with elbow extension will produce Extension and abduction of the fingers

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Stages of recovery

Brunnstorm separates neurological recovery into seven separate stages based on progression through abnormal tone and spasticity. These 7 stages of recovery describe tone, reflex activity, and volitional movement

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Who developed proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF)?

-original goal of Tx was to establish gross motor patterns within the CNS

-based on the premise that stronger parts of the body are utilized to simulate and strengthen the weaker parts

-places great emphasis on manual constant and correct handling

-movement patterns follow Diagnosis or spirals that each posses a flexion, Extension and Rotator component and are directed toward or away from midline

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Chopping

Combination of bilateral UE asymmetrical patterns performed as a closed-chain activity

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Developmental sequence

-Progression of motor skill acquisition

-stages of motor control include: mobility, stability, controlled mobility and skill

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Mass movement patterns

The hip, knee, and ankle move into flexion or extension simultaneously

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Overflow

Muscle activation fo an involved extremity due to intense action of an uninvolved muscle or group of muscles

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D1 UE flexion pattern

Scapula: Elevation, Abduction, Upward Rotation
Shoulder: Flexion, Adduction, ER
Elbow: flexion or extension
Radioulnar: Supination
Wrist: Flexion, Radial Deviation
Thumb: Adduction

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D1 UE Extension Pattern

Scapula: Depression, adduction, Downward Rotation
Shoulder: Extension, abduction, IR
Elbow: flexion or extension
Radioulnar: Pronation
Wrist: Extension, Ulnar deviation
Thumb: Abduction