This 1-day practical, interactive workshop will introduce you to the challenges of splinting for abnormal tone associated with complex pathologies such as acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy & spinal cord injury.
This course is designed for occupational therapists and physiotherapists working in an adult neuro setting, or hand therapy setting, who wish to gain further handling skills and understanding of splinting the neurologically impaired upper limb.
Attendees will be introduced to the theory and clinical reasoning behind splinting in neurology, as well as practical application of customised wrist / thumb / finger splints for clients with neurological impairment. All materials will be provided throughout the course.
Presented by: Alison Coyle
During this workshop you will fabricate the following:
The day aims to ensure you:
All materials and workbook will be couriered to you.