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NON PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES & SUPPORT FOR MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE

NON PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES & SUPPORT FOR MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE

NON PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES & SUPPORT FOR MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE Dr F Bhatti Pennine VTS Sept 08 Although this presentation is geared towards MND the governing principles are the same for all progressive incurable conditions What we hope to learn Briefly About complementary therapies

By oshin
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MUSCULAR SYSTEM

MUSCULAR SYSTEM

MUSCULAR SYSTEM. FUNCTION. THE MAIN FUNCTION OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM IS TO MOVE THE BODY. FUNCTION. OTHER FUNCTIONS: Posture or muscle tone Heat production. DID YOU KNOW…. THAT THERE ARE OVER 600 MUSCLES IN THE BODY!!!. MUSCLES ARE ATTACHED TO BONES BY TENDONS

By ryanadan
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Seizures & Epilepsy

Seizures & Epilepsy

Seizures & Epilepsy. MBBS IV Group C Tutor: Prof. V. Wong 16 th Feb 2004. Outline. Definitions Pathophysiology Aetiology Classification Video demonstration Diagnostic approach Treatment Quiz . Definition. Seizure (Convulsion)

By Philip
(984 views)

Performance under Pressure

Performance under Pressure

Performance under Pressure. What conditions lead to peak performance?. Most animals like change in their environments. Seek out new things. Innate curiosity. Need for stimulus change. Seek optimal level of arousal. Donald Hebb (1904-1895). Canadian psychologist PhD at age 32.

By Lucy
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Insomnia

Insomnia

Insomnia. David A. Garfunkel, M.D. August 31, 2005. Irrelevant Fact Sleep Physiology Joke Scope of the Problem Diagnosis Commercial Break Non-Pharmacologic Treatment Pharmacologic Treatment. Who was the 2004 U.S. Open Tennis Woman’s Winner?. Svetlana Kuznetsova. Definitions.

By paul2
(468 views)

The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. The Sliding Filament Theory. Figure 6.8. Contraction of a Skeletal Muscle. Muscle fiber contraction is “all or none” Within a skeletal muscle, not all fibers may be stimulated during the same interval

By Leo
(274 views)

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control. E ndocrine vs. N ervous. The nervous system brings about immediate responses, but the endocrine system is slower acting and regulates processes that occur over days or even months. Hormones.

By ostinmannual
(380 views)

Ziggurat Model: A Functional Approach to Autism Planning

Ziggurat Model: A Functional Approach to Autism Planning

Ziggurat Model: A Functional Approach to Autism Planning. Overview of the Ziggurat Model and the Comprehensive Autism Planning System (CAPS) Educators Summer Symposium - 2009 Breakout session presented by Brittany Schmidt Center for Disabilities, ASD Program. What IS a Ziggurat ?.

By daniel_millan
(2065 views)

Heat Modalities

Heat Modalities

Heat Modalities. Chapter 4 (still). Heat is commonly classified into 3 major categories Chemical action associated with cell metabolism Electrical or magnetic currents as those found in diathermy devices Mechanical action as found with ultrasound

By arleen
(1259 views)

Higher Cognition

Higher Cognition

Higher Cognition. James H. Baños, Ph.D. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Overview. General Organization and Recurring Themes A Closer Look at Organization Principles in Action: Domains of Cognition. General Organization. Where to begin?. The “vertically organized” brain.

By ilar
(326 views)

Michael H. Ossipov, Ph.D. Department of Pharmacology

Michael H. Ossipov, Ph.D. Department of Pharmacology

General Anesthetics. Michael H. Ossipov, Ph.D. Department of Pharmacology. Surgery Before Anesthesia. Fun and Frolics led to Early Anesthesia. History of Anesthesia (150 years old). Joseph Priestly – discovers N 2 O in 1773

By brook
(370 views)

Cerebral Palsy: What Every Early Intervention Provider Should Know

Cerebral Palsy: What Every Early Intervention Provider Should Know

Cerebral Palsy: What Every Early Intervention Provider Should Know. Joshua J. Alexander, MD Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation UNC School of Medicine. Objectives. Understand the definition of cerebral palsy   Be able to identify common types and distributions of cerebral palsy

By enye
(219 views)

Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development

Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development

Lecture 24 Embryonic & Fetal Development. Acrosomal Reaction and Sperm Penetration. An ovulated oocyte is encapsulated by: The corona radiata and zona pellucida Extracellular matrix Sperm binds to the zona pellucida and undergoes the acrosomal reaction

By theophilia
(626 views)

Spasticity and Increased Muscle Tone

Spasticity and Increased Muscle Tone

Spasticity and Increased Muscle Tone. Dr. Salah Elmalik. OBJECTIVES. At the end of this lecture you should be able to: Define spasticity and rigidity . Describe the neurophysiology of spasticity Describe the causes of spasticity. MUSCLE TONE.

By thea
(547 views)

Seizures & Epilepsy

Seizures & Epilepsy

Seizures & Epilepsy. MBBS IV Group C Tutor: Prof. V. Wong 16 th Feb 2004. Outline. Definitions Pathophysiology Aetiology Classification Video demonstration Diagnostic approach Treatment Quiz . Definition. Seizure (Convulsion)

By luella
(631 views)

Radical Changes For Our Future: In and Outside the OR

Radical Changes For Our Future: In and Outside the OR

2 nd Annual Ellison Pierce Symposium Positioning Your ORs For The Future. Radical Changes For Our Future: In and Outside the OR. Keith P. Lewis, RPh, MD Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology. Boston University School of Medicine May 20, 2006. 12:00-12:30pm.

By rossa
(297 views)

Exceptions to Mendelian Inheritance

Exceptions to Mendelian Inheritance

Exceptions to Mendelian Inheritance. Chapter 4. Exceptions to Simple Inheritance. Over 15,000 genetically inherited human traits are identified More that 5,000 are diseases or abnormalities Many do not follow simple rules of dominance. Polygenic Traits.

By fairly
(1428 views)

Motor Development and Characteristics of Students with Visual Impairments

Motor Development and Characteristics of Students with Visual Impairments

Motor Development and Characteristics of Students with Visual Impairments. Based on Impact of Vision Loss on Motor Development By Chris Strickling. Holistic vs Sequential Learning. Seeing the whole picture vs. “stringing beads” of experience to get an approximated understanding of the whole.

By rue
(932 views)

Introduction to the Bobath Concept of Normal Human Movement

Introduction to the Bobath Concept of Normal Human Movement

Introduction to the Bobath Concept of Normal Human Movement. Presented By: Marianne Lawton, B.Sc.PT. NDT/Bobath Instructor, IBITA. Practical Sessions. Facilitation of Gait and Scapula Using Household Items for therapy Functional Exercises in Therapy. What is Movement?.

By robbin
(620 views)

Office of Human Resources Presents…..

Office of Human Resources Presents…..

Office of Human Resources Presents…. Worker’s Compensation Information . WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE. The Texas A&M University System maintains a Self-Insured Self-Administered program Pursuant to Chapter 502 of the Texas Labor Code . What is Workers’ Compensation Insurance?. :

By reilly
(130 views)

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