- Sue Armstrong
This course will focus on the principles of rehabilitation for ataxic presentations . We will review basic relevant neuroscience of the cerebellum and brainstem, as well as an update of current relevant research, with link to clinical presentations and interventions, including a clinical reasoning focused patient workshop and practical sessions. The practical sessions will cover assessment of postural control, movement analysis and movement control, and skill development relevant for common clinical issues, including central vestibular integration with balance.
The course is suitable for qualified PT's and OT's who work in neurological rehabilitation, While it is helpful to have attended previous BBTA courses, it is not a pre-requisite.
19th/20th June 2021: This course is all day Saturday and half a day Sunday
Neurological Teaching Centre (Manchester Neurotherapy Centre Practice)