Spasticity is a common consequence of stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy
or spinal cord injury. Spasticity can result in pain, decreased range of motion and affect functional use
of the lower limbs.
Management of spasticity include medication, botulinum injection, alcohol
neurolysis, range of motion exercise, splinting and electrical stimulation. However, these interventions
may be inadequate for maintaining muscle length and joint range among patients with severe spasticity
and contracture. The application of serial and inhibitory casting can be an useful adjunct in the overall
management of patients with severe spasticity and contracture.
Physiotherapists specializing in the area of neurological and geriatric rehabilitation.
The casting workshop includes lectures and practical sessions aimed at equipping physiotherapists with the skills and knowledge in casting procedures. This course also aims to challenge therapists toward a problem-solving approach.
Date, Time & Venue
27th July 2012 (Friday)
2.00pm – 6.00pm @ Boardroom, Level 3, Tan Tock Seng Rehabilitation Centre at Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital
28th July 2012 (Saturday):
8.30am – 5.00pm @ Training Room , Level 1, Tan Tock Seng Rehabilitation Centre at Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital
13th July 2012
Registration and other details
To register and find out details of the programme and speakers, download AHINet's "Lower Limb Casting Workshop" booklet.
- This workshop is limited to 20 participants for optimal supervision and learning
- All participants will receive certificate of attendance upon completion of cours
- For Enquiry: Shirley_Kf_FOCK@ttsh.com.sg (Tel: 65070781)