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Simone Dorsch
neuro physio clinician researcher and educator working at ACU teaching neuro content and presenting with StrokeEd
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Mark Elkins 22h
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Clinical Rehab 15h
DW. It has been well-established that setting a non-specific goal (e.g. exercise more) is less influential than a targetted goal (e.g. exercise for 20 minutes). A recent study in stroke patients shows how much influence specificity has; 65% more exercise.
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Simone Dorsch Sep 16
Congratulations Toni & Benny. Wishing you both much joy and fun times too!!
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Simone Dorsch Sep 13
We’re staying at Q station for the weekend. View from the balcony
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sarah moore Sep 12
Thanks . Not long now until we can share the results of the PARAS feasibility study
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brian beh Sep 11
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Simone Dorsch Sep 12
Replying to @trishgreenhalgh
And the tea needs fresh milk!!!
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Simone Dorsch Sep 11
They are privileged to be able to learn from you.
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Simone Dorsch Sep 5
Post some pics!!
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Nicola Kayes Sep 3
I ❤️ this! <time is often the reason cited 4 ⬇️person-centred rehab. To me it is a culture of care embedded in everything we do, in the who & how we r in practice - it doesn’t take time - it takes a fundamental shift in what we value & view as a legitimate way 2 spend our time
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Simone Dorsch Sep 5
Replying to @davidedesousa
Champagne on Shepherd St?? Congratulations Davide!!
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Simone Dorsch Sep 5
When’s the big day Benny??
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Karl Schurr Sep 4
Botulinum toxin cannot reduce spasticity. It only stops the nerve from communicating with the muscle/s injected - neural activity is unchanged. Btx is a symptom suppressant. Btx appears to reduce stiffness - the mechanism remains unexplained.
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Daniel Treacy Sep 4
Only a few hours away. Great program. Great presentations!
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💧 Natasha Lannin Sep 2
It’s always heartening to hear that ⬇️ spasticity has allowed you to continue your rehab/make gains. Tricky that the “marketing” means many people seek Botox to make gains in activity, but none of the trials to date have shown it can do this (it does ⬇️spasticity tho)
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Simone Dorsch Sep 2
Replying to @FitGreyStrong
Upper limb
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Simone Dorsch Sep 1
Replying to @FitGreyStrong
Critical to challenge balance without ULs. See . Main balance principles 1. Dec BOS. 2. Movts of COM. 3. No UL use
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Simone Dorsch Sep 1
NO evidence Botox improves function. See Stroke Clinical Guidelines ‘unlikely to improve activity or motor function’
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Kate Scrivener Aug 30
Replying to @pt_neuro
Be careful with the interpretation of this review. Training included was very mixed and many studies actually trained sitting and seated reach.
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Simone Dorsch Aug 30
Replying to @FitGreyStrong
Fantastic strength work. Is he doing standing without support for balance too?
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