Have a better understanding and disseminating techniques associated with older active adult’s motions for daily living; Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
Improve your patient’s spatial orientation (Kinesthetic Awareness) enhancing their ability to sense position of their body as it relates to space.
Identify Posture, Movement, and Locomotion for possible misalignment and dysfunction necessary in developing corrective phase of individual’s exercise plan.
The presenter will provide a model of continuum of care by progressing patients from outpatient physical, occupational, cardiac and pulmonary services, into a wellness environment that safely transitions them into self-management skills. Review a strategy that targets the population by creating a plan that improves staff’s ability to instruct correct posture, joint mobility, and stability. This result can improve balance, proprioception and kinesthetic awareness enhancing their quality of life.
Continuing Education Credits (CECs):
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Don Gallucci, Exercise Physiologist, St. Mary’s Warrick Hospital