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2008stephens_strokegait & motor learning

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Modifications to Gait Training using a Motor Learning Approach: A Case Report Ellen Stephens, DPT Candidate UCSF/SFSU Graduate Program in PT
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Introduction: Problem Stroke is a leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States Steinberger, 2007 700,000 people experience a stroke annually Steinberger, 2007 4.8 million stroke survivors in the United States DeJong, 2005
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Introduction: Problem Physical Therapy is one of the most effective interventions for stroke Gait training is associated with better outcomes Motor Learning is an effective approach for stroke Lack of protocols for use of Motor Learning gait training for stroke
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Introduction: Motor Learning Active practice of context-specific motor tasks with appropriate feedback Pollock, 2007 Based on science, exercise physiology, and biomechanics Pollock, 2007 Applicable to stroke rehabilitation Krakauer 2006 Drives neuroanatomical changes resulting in motor recovery, retention, and transfer Jonsdottir 2007,Nudo, Pollock 2007, Krakauer 2006
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Motor Learning Active Participation Problem-Solving Repetition Task-orientation Feedback Task Variance
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