Motor Rehabilitation

Motor Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation focuses on patients who have lost the ability to carry out their daily tasks normally, often as a result of some injuries, strokes or some disorders in organ function, especially cases requiring long bed stays, or after a serious injury. Includes rehabilitation: physical therapy, occupational therapy, treatment of any pain or inflammation, and retraining to compensate for loss of ability to perform specific tasks.

Program themes:

1- The concept of motor rehabilitation

2- Fundamentals of motor rehabilitation

3- Places that provide motor rehabilitation services

4- Cases that require motor rehabilitation

5- The difference between physical therapy and motor rehabilitation

6- Movement patterns

7- The difference between major motor skills and fine motor skills

8- Advanced clinical practice of physiotherapy

9- Therapeutic exercises

10. Evaluation of rehabilitation practice

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