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Neurological Rehabilitation



Parkinson Disease - Part 1: Anatomy, Pathology, Prognosis and Diagnosis

Parkinson Disease - Part 1: Anatomy, Pathology, Prognosis and Diagnosis

Parkinson’s is one of the most common nervous system disorders of the ageing population.

This three-part online course discusses Parkinson’s disease from a variety of angles. Managing and caring for individuals suffering from Parkinson’s can be an extremely complex undertaking, not only for health and social staff, but also for those affected by it (care givers, family members, friends).

Physiotherapists are most often involved in the mid stages of the condition, i.e. once balance and mobility become affected. However, it can be helpful if they are able to assess and advise people soon after

3

CEUs

400.00

Parkinson Disease - Part 2: Clinical Presentation

Parkinson Disease - Part 2: Clinical Presentation

Parkinson’s is one of the most common nervous system disorders of the ageing population.

This three-part online course discusses Parkinson’s disease from a variety of angles. Managing and caring for individuals suffering from Parkinson’s can be an extremely complex undertaking, not only for health and social staff, but also for those affected by it (care givers, family members, friends).

Physiotherapists are most often involved in the mid stages of the condition, i.e. once balance and mobility become affected. However, it can be helpful if they are able to assess and advise people soon after

3

CEUs

400.00

Parkinson Disease - Part 3: Physiotherapy and Referral

Parkinson Disease - Part 3: Physiotherapy and Referral

Parkinson’s is one of the most common nervous system disorders of the ageing population.

This three-part online course discusses Parkinson’s disease from a variety of angles. Managing and caring for individuals suffering from Parkinson’s can be an extremely complex undertaking, not only for health and social staff, but also for those affected by it (care givers, family members, friends).

Physiotherapists are most often involved in the mid stages of the condition, i.e. once balance and mobility become affected. However, it can be helpful if they are able to assess and advise people soon after

3

CEUs

400.00