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Interventions to Improve Motor Control and Motor Learning:

Interventions to Improve Motor Control and Motor Learning

Interventions to Improve Motor Function:

University of St. Augustine Interventions to Improve Motor Function Motor Learning Training Strategies Activity Based, Task-Oriented Training Strategies Neuromotor Training/Neuromuscular Facilitation Strategies Compensatory Training Strategies

Motor Learning Activity:

University of St. Augustine Motor Learning Activity Review of Motor Learning Principles Stages Feedback Practice Transfer of learning Structuring the environment

Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention Strategies:

University of St. Augustine Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention Strategies Focus on early activity Select tasks important for independent function Identifying impairments based on task analysis Specificity of Training Lots of repetition and practice

Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention Strategies:

University of St. Augustine Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention Strategies Assist (guide) initially, but reduce ASAP Verbal feedback Motivation Demonstration Challenge Adaptability

Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention:

University of St. Augustine Activity-based/Task Oriented Intervention

Neuromotor Training Approaches and Neuromuscular Facilitation Techniques:

University of St. Augustine Neuromotor Training Approaches and Neuromuscular Facilitation Techniques Hands-on approach to treatment Guided/facilitated movements to promote voluntary control “Jump start” recovery PNF – Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation NDT – Neuro-Developmental Treatment

Compensatory Training Strategies :

University of St. Augustine Compensatory Training Strategies Resumption of function using less involved body segment(s) Alternative ways to accomplish task Substitution Adaptation Assistive devices

Interventions to Improve Motor Function:

University of St. Augustine Interventions to Improve Motor Function Motor Learning Strategies Activity Based/Task Oriented Neuromuscular Facilitation Techniques Compensatory Strategies Adapted from O’Sullivan, SB, Schmitz, TJ. Improving Functional Outcomes in Physical Rehabilitation First Edition. Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis Company; 2010

References:

University of St. Augustine References 1. Carr J, Shepherd R, Gordon J, et al. (eds.) Movement Science: Foundations for Physical Therapy in Rehabilitation . Rockville, MD: Aspen Systems; 1987:115. 2. Schmidt RA, Lee TD. Motor Control and Motor Learning: A Behavioral Emphasis , 2nd edition. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers Inc.; 1988. 3. Shumway -Cook A, Woollocott M. Motor Control: Theory and Practical Application 2nd edition. Philadelphia PA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 2001. 4. O’Sullivan S. Schmitz T. Physical Rehabilitation: Assessment and Treatment, 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis Co.; 2001. 5. O’Sullivan S. Schmitz T. Improving Functional Outcomes in Physical Rehabilitation, 1 st ed. Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis Co.; 2010

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