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Sensorimotor training for people with persistent pain

Sensorimotor training for people with persistent pain

Sensorimotor training for people with persistent pain. Leonie van den Bergh, MNZSP, MNZCP, ADP(OMT), Cred MDT, PGCert OccHealth, Contact: blenheimphysio@actrix.co.nz 22-01-2011. Categories of Pain Diagnosis. Patho-Anatomical Movement Dysfunction

By Faraday
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Social Robotics –The MIMER M otion I nteractive M edical E xercise R obot

Social Robotics –The MIMER M otion I nteractive M edical E xercise R obot

Social Robotics –The MIMER M otion I nteractive M edical E xercise R obot. John Allison. Trevor Pier. Overview. Goal: Develop a robot for clinical use with underdeveloped children that mimics and encourages movement to help with motor and neural development Components

By neva
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Catalyst

Catalyst

Catalyst. Hope you had a great Spring Break!  Sit at your assigned table. Take out the work you completed with the substitute on Monday and Tuesday. Agenda. Catalyst Opening/Objective Lesson: Nervous System Open-Ended: Work Time. Announcements. Midterm Assessment

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Yifrah Kaminer MD, MBA Dept of Psychiatry & Pediatrics UConn Health Center, Farmington, CT, USA

Yifrah Kaminer MD, MBA Dept of Psychiatry & Pediatrics UConn Health Center, Farmington, CT, USA

The Developing Brain & Youth High Risk Behaviors: Updates, Barriers & Opportunities for Interventions. Yifrah Kaminer MD, MBA Dept of Psychiatry & Pediatrics UConn Health Center, Farmington, CT, USA CHIP presentation, February 4, 2010.

By leland
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Pons

Pons

The pons is part of the brain stem located between the medulla oblongata on the bottom and the midbrain on the top. Pons is Latin for bridge, and it perfectly describes the role of this structure.\nTogether with the medulla, the pons serves as the bridge between the spinal cord and the cerebrum. It also connects the cerebrum to the cerebellum, allowing these two main brain regions to coordinate their function.\n

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Brain Function

Brain Function

Brain Function. By Anna Paul and Natalie Maes. The Three Parts of the Brain. The adult brain is composed of three major divisions: the Cerebrum, Cerebellum and the Brainstem. The Cerebrum . Making up most of (80-85%) of the brain are the right and left hemispheres of the cerebrum.

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Brain Function

Brain Function

Have you ever wondered how much simpler life would be if you could just find a way to increase your brain power?

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Brain Higher Functions

Brain Higher Functions

Diencephalon Cerebellum Cerebral Hemispheres. Cerebral hemispheres. Cerebellum. “2-oval skull” (includes regions of higher functions). Brain Higher Functions. Between cerebral hemispheres Mostly thalamus and hypothalamus. Diencephalon (integrates conscious and unconscious activity).

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Brain Structure and Function

Brain Structure and Function

Brain Structure and Function. “If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t” -Emerson Pugh, The Biological Origin of Human Values (1977). The Brain. Brainstem responsible for automatic survival functions Medulla

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Brain Anatomy and Function

Brain Anatomy and Function

Brain Anatomy and Function. Anatomy of the Brain. Separated into right and left halves by the Interhemispheric Fissure. The Central Sulcus runs down & forward The Lateral Fissure runs backward & up. Frontal and Temporal Lobes. Thought Voluntary movement Speech motor

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Brain Structure & Function

Brain Structure & Function

Brain Structure & Function. Carl Sagan. Overview. Lobes of the brain (forebrain) Midbrain/ Hindbrain Protection and Blood Supply Structure and Functions of a Neuron Synaptic Transmission Neurotransmitters. Central Nervous System.

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Brain Structure and Function

Brain Structure and Function

Brain Structure and Function. “If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t” -Emerson Pugh, The Biological Origin of Human Values (1977). Phineas Gage. September 13 th , 1848 Phineas 25 years old

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