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Zakład Patofizjologii Narządu Ruchu

Zakład Patofizjologii Narządu Ruchu

3-year B.Sc. Program, 3rd Year Students

Schedule is available here.

 
         
Clinical neurophysiology in neurorehabilitation part 1 + part 2 ECTS credits: 1+1
Type and length of course:
  Practicals: 10 hours
  Seminars: 5 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

 

General survey:

 Evaluation of sensory and motor impairments in patients after stroke, with myofascial pain syndrome and back pain treated conservatively. Electromyographical recognition of muscles groups with the increased tension. Creation of the most proper Evidence Based Medicine algorithm for electrotherapeutic and kinesiotherapeutic procedures based on results of clinical neurophysiological examinations. Optimization the certain elements of physiotherapeutic procedures (PNF, isometric exercises) for the directional rehabilitation of the mentioned patients. Continuation and broadening the content of faculty “Neurophysiology in rehabilitation part 1”.

Chair/Department:

Chair of Department of Pathophysiology of Locomotor Organs
Karol Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences
28 Czerwca 1956r. Street, No 135/147, 61-545 Poznań

Place:

Wiktor Dega Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Clinical Hospital

enter "D", second floor, "EMG" Department, telephone: (61) 8-310-230
Teachers: Course Coordinator:

Professor Juliusz Huber (neurophysiologist) zpnr@wp.pl

phone number (any time): 504-041-843

Coordinator’s Assistants:

Aleksandra Kulczyk, PTs

Agnieszka Wincek, PTs

Course content: Upon completing the course the students

Have knowledge of:

-practical using of the diagnostic clinical neurophysiology examinations in evaluation of physiotherapeutic treatment effects and creation the algorithm for electrotherapeutic and kinesiotherapeutic procedures in patients after stroke, with myofascial pain syndrome and back pain

-explanation the basis of certain elements of physiotherapeutic procedures (PNF and in general kinesiotherapy, f.e. isometric exercises) with methods of the clinical neurophysiology examination

-describing parameters of electrotherapy for stimulation of muscles under the neurogenic process basing on results of complex neurophysiological examinations

Be competent at:

-application of certain physiotherapeutic methods (kinesiotherapeutic and physicotherapeutic) for patients with different movement disorders basing on results of clinical neurophysiology examinations

References:

1. Huber J., Lisiński P., Samborski W., Wytrążek M. The Effect Of Early Isometric Exercises On Clinical And Neurophysiological Parameters In Patients  With Sciatica: An Interventional Randomized One-Blinded Study. Isokinetic and Exercise Science, 2011, 19,  3,  207-214.

2. Wytrążek M., Huber J., Lisiński P. Changes in muscle activity determine progression of clinical symptoms in patients with chronic spine-related muscle pain. A complex clinical and neurophysiological approach. Functional Neurology, 2011, 26, 3, 141-149.

3. Huber J., Lisiński P. Polowczyk A. Reinvestigation of the dysfunction in neck and shoulder girdle muscles as the reason of cervicogenic headache among office workers, Disability and Rehabilitation, 2012.

Suggested literature:

Kingsley R.E., Concise Text of Neuroscience, William and Wilkins,1996.

Johnson E.W., Pease W.S., Practical Electromyography, William and Wilkins,1980.

Lenman J.A.R., Ritchie A.E., Clinical Electromyography, Churchill Livingstone, 1987.

DeMyer W., Neuroanatomy, William and Wilkins, 1998.

Sperelakis N., Banks R.O., Essentials of Physiology, Little, Brown and Company, 1993.

Young P.A., Young P.H., Basic Clinical Neuroanatomy, William and Wilkins, 1997.

If above positions of literature are not available for you in our University Library, the xerox copies will be suitable in the Department of Pathophysiology of Locomotor Organs. Ask for a help in the Secretary Office.

Kimura J.: Electrodiagnosis in diseases of nerve and muscle, Principles and Practise, Oxford University Press, 2001.

Travell J.G., Simons D.G., Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction. The Trigger Point Manual,  vol. 1, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1999.

Chaitow L., Fibromyalgia Syndrome. A Practitioner’s Guide to Treatment, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, London, New York, Oxford, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Sydney, Toronto, 2003.

Lenman J.A.R., Ritchie A.E., Clinical Electromyography, Churchill Livingstone, 1987.

Young P.A., Young P.H., Basic Clinical Neuroanatomy, William and Wilkins, 1997.

Kingsley R.E., Concise Text of Neuroscience, William and Wilkins,1996.

Misulis K.E., Head T.C.: Netter’s Concise Neurology, Saunders Elsevier, 2007.

Downey J.A., Darling R.C., Physiological Basis of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saunders Company W.B., Philadelphia, London, Toronto, 1971.

If above positions of literature are not available for you in our University Library, the xerox copies will be suitable in the Department of Pathophysiology of Locomotor Organs. Ask for a help in the Secretary Office.

Form of final assessment:

pass/fail based on multiple choice question test (10 questions) at the end of the course

Students are cordially asked not to be feared with checking their knowledge about details of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of the central and peripheral nervous systems and their injuries in pathological states (with the special reference to the face muscles activity problems). The literature shown above is only for their special consideration. Further details will be explained during seminars and clinical classes.

A brief (short) of seminars and practical examination classes (handout) is available here as "Clinical neurophysiological examinations". One student - one file. No problems. No password.

Power Point presentations from seminars can be given to the students by the course coordinator, but unfortunately the files take 270 MB!, so be sure to be present during seminar to have it.

 

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