Bobath Introductory Module 2

Thu Sep 17 2020 at 08:45 am to Fri Sep 18 2020 at 01:00 pm
London Rd Community Hospital, Derby, UK, Derby, United Kingdom

London Rd Community Hospital, Derby, UK, Derby, United Kingdom

Created By:
Facebook
Spread the word
BOBATH Introductory Module 2
The Integration of Postural Control and Selective Movement for Functional Activities (Part A)

Trainer: Sue Armstrong


This 1.5 day BBTA module will include clinical application sessions and movement control sessions. It will focus on the assessment and treatment of the acute and sub-acute patient.


Course aims
• To identify a framework for assessment, clinical reasoning and treatment of the acute/subacute patient.
• To develop skills of observation, analysis, and facilitation in a neurologically intact subject.
• To link the evidence base and clinical practice.


Learning outcomes
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to:
• Describe key components relating to the analysis of positions (sitting and supine) and movement sequences (supine to sit, sit to supine.)
• Analyse movement in terms of efficiency and recognise potential causes for lack of efficiency.
• Understand the wide posture movement control variations within the normal population.
• Problem solve appropriate handling in individual models with respect to facilitation of movement.


Who is this course suitable for?
Qualified Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists working in neurology who have already attended Bobath Module 1


Day 1
9.15 Registration

9.30 Lecture: The acute/subacute patient

10.30 Coffee

11.00 Patient workshop

12.15 Discussion/group work

12.30 Lunch

1.15 Movement analysis: Supine, creating postural
Stability

3.00 Tea

3.15 Movement analysis: moving between supine and
Sitting

4.15 Questions

4.45 Close


Day 2
9.00 Activating the low toned upper limb

11.00 Coffee

11.15 Patient workshop

12.30 Clinical reasoning/movement analysis

1.0 Questions/Discussion/Close


Suggested pre-course preparation:
•Revise anatomy of the shoulder and hand
•Levin MF, Kleim JA, Wolf SL. (2009) What do motor recovery and compenation mean in patients following stroke? Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 23: 313 – 319
•Nudo RJ. (2006) Mechanisms for recovery of motor function following cortical damage. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 16:638-644
•McDonnell MN, Ridding MC.(2006) Afferent stimulation facilitates performance on a novel motor task. Experimental Brain Research 170:109-115


Please remember appropriate clothing for practical movement analysis sessions i.e. shorts and vest top

CPD Certificate of Attendance Awarded: 10.75 hrs.

Fee: £220

Limited funded places may be available for AHP’s & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.

iCause.com promotes public events for free and helps event organizers connect with nonprofits to attract more participants like you.

Additionally, the iCause Global Foundation enables good people to fund great causes around the world. Together, our impacts are limitless!

Created By:
Facebook
Spread the word

More Events in derby

21 Day Online Hip Opening Challenge

Derby , United Kingdom

Mon Sep 07 2020

Working Alongside Families: Experts by Experience - Derby

NWG Network , Suite 1 Innovation House, East Service Road, Raynesway, Derby, United Kingdom

Tue Sep 15 2020

Booked meet x25 Broomhill Farm, Sudbury - £10 PUN

Broomhill Beef & Campsite , Broomhill Farm, Sudbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5HH Derby, UK, Derby, United Kingdom

Fri Sep 18 2020

Derby Beer Con

Bustler Street Food Market , 7 John Street, DE1 1 Derby, UK, Derby, United Kingdom

Fri Sep 18 2020
View all events in Derby