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Rehabilitation For Spinal Cord Injuries - Spinal Cord Injury Series

Author: Jassin M. Jouria, MD
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CE: 2.5 hours
Rated 4.7 out of 5.0 based on 1634 reviews

Course Summary

Even the slightest possibility of spinal injuries requires immediate careful treatment in order to ensure the best possible outcome. Health clinicians must evaluate traumatic spinal cord injuries for the permanent, physical dysfunctions and limitations they may cause. In addition, a spinal cord injury can cause dysfunction of the patient’s organ systems leading to complications related to spinal injuries. Organ system dysfunction requires an interdisciplinary team approach to treat the patients physical and mental health needs. Not all spinal cord injuries can be resolved with surgical treatment, but surgery may provide relief for some types of injuries. This is the third in a series of courses on spinal cord injuries.

Course Format

Homestudy

Course Syllabus

I.              Introduction

II.           Health, Economic And Social Consequences Of SCI

III.         Treatment For Spinal Cord Injuries

1.   Early Surgical Intervention

2.   SCI Treatments and Secondary Injury

3.   Pressure Sores in SCI

4.   Neurologic Deficit

IV.          Treatment Of Degenerative Disc Disease

1.   Preparing Patients for Spinal Surgery

2.   Muscle Training and Trunk Stabilization Exercises

3.   Additional Programs and Research

4.   Loss of Employment

5.   Back Pain

V.            Summary

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