Neuroplasticity After Stroke: Use the Research to Get Better Results in OT

Neuroplasticity After Stroke: Use the Research to Get Better...

Seniors Flourish Podcast | Occupational Therapy

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Neuroplasticity, strokes and occupational therapy go together like peanut butter and jelly. They all need each other to help maximize the outcomes and occupational performance of our patients (or in the case of the sandwich, just taste delicious ?). Crystal Cabrera MS OTR/L and Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist shares the research on how to step up our games as occupational therapy practitioners by integrating the 10 Principles of Neuroplasticity into our practice. → 3 Key Takeaways 1. Print off this "10 Principles of Neuroplasticity" pdf so you can review them with your patients and get off on the right track! 2. Even though the principles are research supported, there is no concrete definition of "how much" each of these need to be done to maximize recovery. 3. Occupational therapy practitioners can integrate these principles into their practice today, without extra training. Resources from the Show Learn about the research being done with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to improve outcomes with patients that have had a stroke.  Learn more about occupational therapy certifications, including the Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist, that Crystal has completed. Pop over here to dig into principles #4 and 5 (Repetition and Intensity) a little more intensely Here is how we can help our patients with a stroke be resilient, stay positive and tackle depressive symptoms.   Show Sponsor SwiftRec is a free tool helping Occupational Therapy practitioners keep track of the products they recommend, be able to share a link for that product directly with a client or caregiver during a therapy session, and protect clinician personal information like email and cell numbers.
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Neuroplasticity, strokes and occupational therapy go together like peanut butter and jelly. They all need each other to help maximize the outcomes and occupational performance of our patients (or in the case of the sandwich, just taste delicious ?). Crystal Cabrera MS OTR/L and Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist shares the research on how to step up our games as occupational therapy practitioners by integrating the 10 Principles of Neuroplasticity into our practice. → 3 Key Takeaways 1. Print off this "10 Principles of Neuroplasticity" pdf so you can review them with your patients and get off on the right track! 2. Even though the principles are research supported, there is no concrete definition of "how much" each of these need to be done to maximize recovery. 3. Occupational therapy practitioners can integrate these principles into their practice today, without extra training. Resources from the Show Learn about the research being done with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to improve outcomes with patients that have had a stroke.  Learn more about occupational therapy certifications, including the Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist, that Crystal has completed. Pop over here to dig into principles #4 and 5 (Repetition and Intensity) a little more intensely Here is how we can help our patients with a stroke be resilient, stay positive and tackle depressive symptoms.   Show Sponsor SwiftRec is a free tool helping Occupational Therapy practitioners keep track of the products they recommend, be able to share a link for that product directly with a client or caregiver during a therapy session, and protect clinician personal information like email and cell numbers.
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