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10 Guiding Principles for Movement Training in Neurological Conditions

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The 10 guiding principles aim to provide a common language to help everyone – most of all the people engaged in rehabilitation.

Categorizing the many active ingredients that can be included in a physical rehabilitation program remains a huge challenge for health professionals and researchers. The 10 guiding principles aim to provide a common language to help everyone – most of all the people engaged in rehabilitation! James will outline 10 important principles which should be considered when planning a rehabilitation program in those with degenerative neurological conditions.

Presenter: Professor James McLoughlin, BAppSc(Physio), MSc(Clinical Neuroscience), PhD

James is director of Advanced Neuro Rehab in Adelaide South Australia where he works clinically as neurological physiotherapist. James is also part-time Associate Professor at Flinders University working as teaching specialist in Neurological Physiotherapy. James has an interest in movement recovery and rehabilitation with people with all neurological conditions, in addition to those with balance/dizziness.

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