Recovering Locomotion and Stability in the Small Animal Patient

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The recovery of neurological function is a common goal within the field of neurological rehab. It utilises a wide range of physiological skills sets and the more the therapist understands the process the more targeted and robust their treatment plan can be.  

End of lesson assessments encourage the therapist to reflect back on previous patients, to explore how they can improve their treatment sessions and the importance of implementing aquatic and land based treatments. 

Total learning hours: 5

Table of Contents

Welcome & Objectives
Introduction to the neural repair process
Locomotion Training - What is it?
Importance of afferent feedback
Creating motor learning and motor patterns
Role of proprioceptors in locomotion
How fascia impacts locomotion

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