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Webinar Recordings for Basic Science

Beth Fischer, PhD, PT
Exercise-Induced Neuroplasticity in Parkinson's Disease-Recording
Presenter(s): Beth Fischer

The brain’s capacity for recovery from damage is far greater than previously recognized.  It is now understood that neuroplasticity can be facilitated through experience including environmental enrichment, exercise, forced-use, and complex skills training.  Most of our understanding of this recovery, termed experience-dependent plasticity, is derived from animal models of stroke and spinal...

Journal Club 2015 Q2- Recording
Presenter(s): Nechama Karman

Thompson AK, Pomerantz FR, Wolpaw JR (2013).
Operant conditioning of a spinal reflex can improve locomotion after spinal cord injury in humans.Neurosci  33(6):2365-75.  

Nechama Karman is the current host and presenter of our 'Journal Club' Webinars.
Journal Club 2015 Q1- Recording
Presenter(s): JC Webinar Host

Szturm T, Maharjan P, Marotta JJ, Shay B, Shrestha S, Sakhalkar V. (2013). 
The interacting effect of cognitive and motor task demands on performance of gait,balance and cognition in young adults. 
Gait & Posture 38(4):596-602. 

Beth Fischer, PhD, PT
Neuroplasticity in Parkinsons Disease - 2014
Presenter(s): Beth Fischer

The brain’s capacity for recovery from damage is far greater than previously recognized. It is now understood that neuroplasticity can be facilitated through experience including environmental enrichment, exercise, forced-use, and complex skills training. Most of our understanding of this recovery, termed experience-dependent plasticity is derived from animal models of stroke and spinal cord...

What Makes the Hemispherectomy Child Different
Presenter(s): Nisha Pagan, Stella DeBode

We will describe cross sectional and longitudinal data of a group of chronic patients 6-15 years after surgery, clinical presentations and treatment options grounded in the underlying neuroanatomy together with specific challenges of this population.
 

Pharmacology - Pain Management
Presenter(s): Annie Burke-Doe

This webinar will discuss medications used to treat pain and inflammation in the rehabilitation setting. Dr. Burke-Doe will present aspects of pain leading to functional disability, basic pain pathways and drug families used to treat peripheral and central pain. We will explore how medications can improve physical therapy treatment and outcomes.

Objectives:
Describe the components...

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