By Sue Raine, Linzi Meadows, Mary Lynch-Ellerington
WOW! this can be a nice e-book. It does an excellent task of overviewing the Bobath paintings either earlier and current. it may be a bit "wordy" and difficult to understand a few strategies yet when you do it's extraordinary. i believe it's a needs to learn for any healthcare practitioner attracted to neurological rehab.
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Extra info for Bobath Concept: Theory and Clinical Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation
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Treatment cannot be predicted, stereotyped or repetitive, as it must continuously adapt to the individual’s changing responses (Partridge et al. 1997). The Bobath Concept is goal orientated and task speciﬁc, and seeks to alter and construct both the internal (proprioceptive) and external (exteroceptive) environment in which the nervous system and therefore the individual can function efﬁciently and effectively (Raine 2007). Treatment is an interaction between therapist and patient where facilitation leads to improved function.
Systems control of posture and movement The complex picture which is exhibited in patients with neurological conditions almost always involves damage to the systems which control posture and voluntary movement. When the descending drive to the spinal cord is disrupted, this leads to problems organising appropriate goal-orientated patterns of activity on a background of postural control. The human body is fundamentally unstable due to the evolvement of bipedal stance to free the upper limbs for function.
Bobath Concept: Theory and Clinical Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation by Sue Raine, Linzi Meadows, Mary Lynch-Ellerington
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