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Study sets matching "term:motor learning = requires multisensory approach: auditory, visual, tactile; verbal commands should be brief and clear; tactile input is essential"

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PNF: proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
basic principles of PNF
multisensory approach
multisensory approach
appropriate populations for PNF
- brain registers total movement, not isolated muscle action…
*facilitation techniques superimposed on movement patterns an…
-bombarding the sensory system... - the client is supposed to lo…
stroke... - brain injury ... - neurodegenerative diseases ... - spinal…
basic principles of PNF
- brain registers total movement, not isolated muscle action…
multisensory approach
*facilitation techniques superimposed on movement patterns an…
18 terms
PNF entry level OT
PNF is based on
Multisensory approach
All human beings have potential that h…
Normal motor development proceeds in a…
Principles of normal motor activity, the brain registering to…
Verbal... Visual ... Tactile
Use strengths to improve what is limited... Use stronger muscles…
Focus on building base and proximal strength before distal... Ne…
PNF is based on
Principles of normal motor activity, the brain registering to…
Multisensory approach
Verbal... Visual ... Tactile
PNF
What is PNF?
All human beings have ___________ that…
normal motor development occurs how?
_________ __________ and posture are d…
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
potential, concentrate on abilities and strengths
proximal to distal
normal movement... in treatment, prevention and correction of im…
What is PNF?
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
All human beings have ___________ that…
potential, concentrate on abilities and strengths
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QUIZ 8 - Rood's Theory and Brunnstrom's Approach
Rood's Theory: 4 components
Controlled Sensory Input - Facilitating
Light Moving Touch
Fast brushing
1. Normalization of tone: through sensory stimulation; necess…
Light Moving Touch... Fast Brushing... Icing... Heavy Joint Compressio…
3-5 strokes w/30 seconds between stimuli
1964 Rood introduced battery-operated brush. Stimulation to s…
Rood's Theory: 4 components
1. Normalization of tone: through sensory stimulation; necess…
Controlled Sensory Input - Facilitating
Light Moving Touch... Fast Brushing... Icing... Heavy Joint Compressio…
32 terms
QUIZ 8 - Rood's Theory and Brunnstrom's Approach
Rood's Theory: 4 components
Controlled Sensory Input - Facilitating
Light Moving Touch
Fast brushing
1. Normalization of tone: through sensory stimulation; necess…
Light Moving Touch... Fast Brushing... Icing... Heavy Joint Compressio…
3-5 strokes w/30 seconds between stimuli
1964 Rood introduced battery-operated brush. Stimulation to s…
Rood's Theory: 4 components
1. Normalization of tone: through sensory stimulation; necess…
Controlled Sensory Input - Facilitating
Light Moving Touch... Fast Brushing... Icing... Heavy Joint Compressio…
32 terms
PNF Approach
Upper neuron CNS dysfunction
Spiral and diagonal patterns
weight bearing
integral
Principles were developed from normal human development and c…
It stresses ____ and ____ _____of movement used in a goal dir…
Uses _____ patterns such as crawling, kneeling, etc
Manipulation by the therapist is an ____ part of treatment
Upper neuron CNS dysfunction
Principles were developed from normal human development and c…
Spiral and diagonal patterns
It stresses ____ and ____ _____of movement used in a goal dir…
57 terms
last LD
invented spelling
writing product approach
writing process approach
self-regulated strategy development
when children follow their own spelling rules
teacher checks written product, gives corrections to student,…
emphasizes thinking that goes during writing, cognitive proce…
explicit, structured approach to teach writing, requires stud…
invented spelling
when children follow their own spelling rules
writing product approach
teacher checks written product, gives corrections to student,…
47 terms
handwriting, autism, & sensory peds exam
handwriting devel... 10-12 months
handwriting devel... 2 yrs
handwriting devel... 4-5 yrs
handwriting devel... 5-6 yrs
movements come from shoulder, scribbles on paper
imitates horizontal, vertical, & circular marks on paper
copies a vertical, horizontal line, circle, cross, right obli…
copies a triangle, pprintsown name, copies most lower & upper…
handwriting devel... 10-12 months
movements come from shoulder, scribbles on paper
handwriting devel... 2 yrs
imitates horizontal, vertical, & circular marks on paper
63 terms
PNF: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
PNF: Diagonal patterns and facilitatio…
PNF
PNF theory
What is PNF? (quote)
- the stronger muscles in the diagonal pattern facilitate the…
- uses controlled sensory input... - stronger muscles in diagona…
- brain registers total movement... - movements are spiral and d…
"A method of promoting or hastening the response of the neuro…
PNF: Diagonal patterns and facilitatio…
- the stronger muscles in the diagonal pattern facilitate the…
PNF
- uses controlled sensory input... - stronger muscles in diagona…
35 terms
Motor Dysfunction
Cortical lesion deficits
Cortical lesion types of dysfunction
Apraxia
Cerebellar lesion deficits
Motor planning and voluntary movement... Sensation... Perception ... M…
Apraxia... Hyper and hypotonia... Clonus
Inability to perform purposeful movement with intact sensatio…
Problems with rate, range, and force of motion.... Timing proble…
Cortical lesion deficits
Motor planning and voluntary movement... Sensation... Perception ... M…
Cortical lesion types of dysfunction
Apraxia... Hyper and hypotonia... Clonus
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Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) Approach
How were the principles of the PNF app…
The PNF approach can be used with who?
What does the PNF approach stress?
What is the PNF approach based on?
From normal human development
All patients with upper neuron CNS dysfunction
Spiral and diagonal patterns of movement used in a goal direc…
Normal movement and motor development
How were the principles of the PNF app…
From normal human development
The PNF approach can be used with who?
All patients with upper neuron CNS dysfunction
31 terms
PNF Theory
PNF
1. Normal motor development proceeds i…
2. Early motor behavior is dominated by
3. Developing motor behavior is expres…
Recognizes that the brain registers total movement patterns a…
cervicocaudal and proximodistal direction
reflex activity
total patterns of movements and posture... (allow the individual…
PNF
Recognizes that the brain registers total movement patterns a…
1. Normal motor development proceeds i…
cervicocaudal and proximodistal direction
37 terms
Child Lang 3
Macrostructures for Expository Text
POWER
POW
EmPOWER
-List with details... -Topical Cluster... -Episodic/Sequence (with…
Plan... Organize... Write... Edit... Rewrite/Revise... (use think sheets; co…
Pick and idea... Organize my notes... Write and say more... (Use quest…
-Evaluate the writing assignment (read instructions);... -Make a…
Macrostructures for Expository Text
-List with details... -Topical Cluster... -Episodic/Sequence (with…
POWER
Plan... Organize... Write... Edit... Rewrite/Revise... (use think sheets; co…
318 terms
Acute Care Exam 2
dynamic
heterarchical
interactive
feedforward
motor behavior is __________... changing/fluid... Ex: ability to si…
each component is critical; all factors depend on each other…
anything that changes impacts another factor
the body's ability to sense and be aware of what the movement…
dynamic
motor behavior is __________... changing/fluid... Ex: ability to si…
heterarchical
each component is critical; all factors depend on each other…
38 terms
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation - PNF, Phys Dis, Test 4
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitat…
PNF =
PNF is...
1. All human beings have...... - Concentr…
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation - PNF... Phys Dis... Test 4
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
a very helpful approach
1. All human beings have potential that have not been fully d…
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitat…
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation - PNF... Phys Dis... Test 4
PNF =
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
47 terms
Midterm week 2-5
Who utilizes air splits
Uses development postures to promote c…
The motor assessment scale was created…
can be used to activate the antagonist…
John stune
ROOD
Car and Shepard
Prolonged stretch
Who utilizes air splits
John stune
Uses development postures to promote c…
ROOD
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