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Knowing the principles underlying the neuro rehabilitation examination, knowing how to use the methodologies for the evaluation of the person with neurological problems. Correlate the theoretical knowledge with the data that emerge from the observation, the interview and the objective examination. Know how to discriminate the components of rehabilitation competence and set the bases of treatment.
Analyze the interlocking concepts of a systems model and discuss how cognitive, affective, sensory, and motor subsystems influence normal and abnormal function of the nervous system. 2. Use an efficacious diagnostic process that considers the whole patient/client and includes evaluation, examination, diagnosis, prognosis, intervention, and related documentation, leading to meaningful, functional outcomes. 3. Apply the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to the clinical management of patients/clients with neuromuscular dysfunction. 4. Discuss the interactions and importance of the patient, therapist, and environment in the clinical triad. 5. Consider how varying aspects of the clinical therapeutic environment can affect learning, motivation, practice, and ultimate outcomes for patients/clients.
|Mc Leod’s||Clinical Examination Manuale di Semeiotica e Metodologia Medica (Edizione 13)||2015|
|Giorgio Sandrini, Roberto Dattola||Compendio di Neuroriabilitazione||Verduci editore||2012||88-7620-861-5|
There will be a written evaluation with open and closed questions, and a practical test on the skills acquired.