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Essential Neurological Physiotherapy Assessments in Stroke Patients


Stroke is the most common neurological condition leading to hospital admission and the seventh leading cause of adult disability.

Assessment is regarded as the first step of neuro-rehabilitation and its proper execution is a major influencer of the neuro-rehabilitation process.

Accurate objective assessments, including functional movement analysis and interpretation, is crucial to help physiotherapists identify disordered movement patterns, primary impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions.

Only thereafter can the physiotherapist design the best individualised physiotherapy treatment plan.

Date / Time
13 July 2024
1 day

The aim of this workshop is to equip participants with evidence-based knowledge and skills to perform essential neurological physiotherapy assessments, including functional movement analysis specific for stroke patients, that will facilitate their development of targeted treatment plans and management.

At the end of the workshop, participants would be able to:

  1. Perform relevant bedside physiotherapy assessments for stroke patients
  2. Analyse functional movements systematically and identify possible impairments
  3. Select appropriate standardised outcome measures relevant for stroke patients
Event Category
AHINet Event
Contact Person
AHINet Course Coordinator
Event Fees
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