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levels of SCI
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What are common interventions to restore balance and UE motor control?
PROM and self-ROM, bilateral integration (increases tactile and visual input), motor retraining programs (sensorimotor or task-oriented, functionally based approaches like constraint induced, Wii/kinect, and robotic-assisted therapy), strength and endurance, etc.
Level of SCI functional outcome: Use of ventilator for breathing, use of AT for communication/accessing environment, powered w/c (sip and puff, head control, chin control, and tilt), limited self-feeding with mobile arm supports.
Level of SCI functional outcome: I with breathing and powered w/c mobility, can begin participating in ADLs, universal cuff usage because elbow flexion (innervation of biceps).
Level of SCI functional outcome: wrist extension and tenodesis grasp for functional grasp. Can use wrist hand orthosis, universal cuff, writing devices, and built up handles.
Level of SCI functional outcome: I with self care, manual w/c, bed mobility and transfers, and pressure relief. Elbow extension and full strength of all shoulders with triceps.
Level of SCI functional outcome: More hand function. I in all self-care b/c of finger flexion, extension, and abduction. Fine motor control and functional use of BUE.
Level of SCI functional outcome: ability to use intercostal muscles for improved respiratory health, and limited standing/walking with AE.
Level of SCI functional outcome: Ability to use abdominal muscles for breathing and improved effectiveness of cough, improved unsupported sitting balance, and possible attempt at limited standing and walking.
Level of SCI functional outcome: Possible return to functional walking with AE.
Level of SCI functional outcome: Increased ease with walking, decreased need for braces, and possible return of varying degrees of voluntary bowel and bladder control.
How is normal aging process accelerated by SCI effects?
Accelerated by secondary effects: muscle imbalance, weakening skin, substance abuse, urinary problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, reconditioning, infection.
Usually begin after 20 years.
Decreased functional status due to increased fatigue and weakness.
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