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Neuropracticity 3.0: The Brain Strikes Back with Mike Studer

Who says neuroplasticity stops at 30, 60, or even 180 days post stroke, does not apply to persons with MS, PwPD, and that one cannot retrain sensation? The Brain Strikes Back, my friends - we all know of cases that debunk these myths - but do you know how YOU, the therapist, can ensure that you are doing all that you can for each of your patients? Let's take a walk on the wild side and challenge chronic stroke, sensory recovery, reweighting in Meniere's disease and chronic pain, the myths and realities of UE recovery and the actual methods of re-engaging automaticity. Let's engage in patient video from patients 16 to 84 and discover how to apply neuropracticity across some of our most challenging cases yet!

 

If you know enough about these things - PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND:

Behavioral economics in rehabilitation

Forcing the procedural memory system to take over motor control 

Forcing a sensory and motor impaired limb to be recognized, remapped, and respected

Tapping into all of the primary and secondary opportunities for PwPD and those > 1 year post stroke

Recognizing presentations of FND and rehabilitating when the neurologist disagrees...until he doesn't

Reducing the severity of chronic pain, Meniere's, and FND exacerbations 

 

What you'll get when you purchase this course:

  • The recorded course forever!
  • The handouts, cheat sheets and resources to apply your knowledge right away.

 

What People Are Saying:

“SO many key take aways from this course. Overall, it's about maximizing the patient experience through making person-specific connections. How we interact, the words we say, and our specific approaches with patient care matters.”

Johnathan Q

“This is terrific! I feel really blessed to have the opportunity to attend your course. Mike is great. You and your team have pulled off the distance part so well, too. Am writing notes from what he says and ideas I need to ponder like mad – am glad this is being recorded. ”

Sarah J