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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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brian beh Sep 9
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Simone Dorsch Sep 15
Very cute - do you like my liberty print
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Simone Dorsch Sep 15
Wow what an experience for her!!
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Simone Dorsch Sep 10
StrokeEd workshops on Zoom. First one is The Coaching Workshop
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brian beh Sep 8
Yesterday I participated in the Stroke Survivors interview's with Final Year OT students at ACU, North Sydney-great day all round-fine group of students,--augurs well for the future of this discipline.
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Kate Scrivener Jul 2
Recording of the webinar is now there. See
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Simone Dorsch Jul 2
Congratulations Steve Great news!!
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Sue Hunter Jul 1
This message about the potential for ongoing recovery after stroke is so important - research shows it doesn’t just stop at 6 months!
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Simone Dorsch Jul 1
Check out Caitlin Reid’s top tips for increasing intensity of practice. Fab presentation @caitlin08071104 . Saw your great comments in the chat bar
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Simone Dorsch Jun 28
Would be nice if they showed that you can do strengthening and balanced exercises and change function
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Sarahtyson Jun 19
Well, here's a turn up for the books: Effectiveness of the Bobath concept in the treatment of stroke: a systematic review conclude greater effectiveness of other methods (ie intensive practice/CIMT) over Bobath in Rx of the UL post-stroke. Who knew?
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Simone Dorsch Jun 19
And now he’s discovered the Belgian beer at the local BottleO. It goes very quickly!!
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Vaughan Nicholson Jun 17
Barclay 2020 cont. mental practice in combo with other Rx - upper extremity activity standardised mean difference (SMD) = 0.66; upper extremity impairment SMD = 0.59. 15 studies with 397 participants Thread 5/
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Vaughan Nicholson Jun 17
Replying to @vaughan_nicho
So, start using MI/mental practice, action observation - all mental simulation techniques. They're easy to prescribe (although some patients find it a little weird at first), easy for patients to adhere to and an easy way to increase training volumes without supervision
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Simone Dorsch Jun 18
Check out this fantastic animation. Go providing evidence base for physio interventions!!
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Simone Dorsch Jun 18
My husband comes from the same family!!
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Simone Dorsch Jun 16
Apologies for the typo ‘it increases strength and activity after stroke’
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Simone Dorsch Jun 15
Yes it’s the first for all of us
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health Jun 14
Introducing , our new video series to spotlight versatile careers in science. Join Prof and PhD Candidate as they discuss , back plungers, and friendship. Available via the link below. 📽️📽️👇👇
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Darren Brown; HIV Physiotherapist Jun 14
... is likely to benefit anyone with persistent associated with an illness, regardless of the underlying disease or disorder
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