35 Burst results for "Stroke"

If This Is the 4th Reich, Who Is the Führer? Steve Deace Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 1 hr ago

If This Is the 4th Reich, Who Is the Führer? Steve Deace Explains

"Steve, let me ask you if it is the rise of the fourth Reich, who is the fewer. This is what makes this very difficult. And one of the points that we make in the opening argument, which again, you can download and read it right now. Trials and execution dot com. Is that when we had a Third Reich, it was, of course, originally composed within one nation state. Eventually, nationalistic rivalries would emerge. Other people would say, hey, I want to be the sure. I want to be the one in charge. I want to be the chief mega maniac around here. Or a free people would rise up and say, we can not allow that kind of a tyranny. But what happens when it's an amorphous blob? What happens when it's an amorphous metastasizing organism that touches virtually the entire intellectual elite elite crowd within the west. It's a Hydra now. And that's what we're dealing with here, Charlie. You can't just say Klaus Schwab is an easy target and frankly deserving of it. Given that he literally is a Bond villain three minutes away from stroking a white cat, okay? But okay, Klaus Schwab steps in the wrong way and a busy intersection in Munich, gets hit by a bus, those ideas and everything aren't going away. That's right. There is a long and Hydra like organization throughout the elite sectors of the west that share these ideas. They have long shared them. They used to be called the council on foreign relations. That's right. They have decided to weaponize them now. They're done sharing power with us. They exist outside of your elections. They now are. That's right. They no longer are rivals of the corporate sector. They're aligned with it now. They're done being held accountable by our trite political mechanisms. And

Klaus Schwab Reich Steve Charlie Munich Council On Foreign Relations
Peter Strzok Defends FBI After Trump Mar-A-Lago Raid

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Peter Strzok Defends FBI After Trump Mar-A-Lago Raid

"I want to talk about Peter stroke for a minute. I think I'm seeing his name. He should be Peter stroke. He should have a stroke for all that line he'd been doing on president Donald Trump. He came out on television and we got a clip of it. Let me figure out which clip number it is, but he comes out. He rears his head and he is the most untrustworthy person on Planet Earth in the last man. That should be talking about Donald Trump or anybody else related to the Trump raid. Let's go to clip four. Let's play cliff for roller coaster. Joe absolutely the American public should trust what the FBI is doing. You know what's funny is I think back the year and a half that I spent with the team looking at Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. There is no concern. There is no outrage on behalf of any Republican as we used search warrants as we went out and did a very invasive investigation to try and get to the bottom of what she did or didn't do. So it's not that the FBI is targeting any one side or the other. Ladies and gentlemen, this is like the devil telling you that you should trust the devil.

Peter Stroke Donald Trump FBI JOE Hillary Clinton
John Solomon Shares His Reaction to Peter Strzok's FBI Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 1 d ago

John Solomon Shares His Reaction to Peter Strzok's FBI Comments

"Solomon is always on the beat. John, welcome back to America first. Yeah, to be with you. All right, so I don't know if you might have heard of this person that the FBI is at a topic of some discussion lately and there's a form. I think is a former FBI guy called Peter stroke, who you may have heard of who had this to say on MSNBC about his former agency, John. Well, Joe, absolutely. The American public should trust what the FBI is doing. You know what's funny is I think back the year and a half that I spent with the team looking at Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. There is no concern. There is no outrage on behalf of any Republican. As we used search warrants, as we went out and did a very invasive investigation to try and get to the bottom of what she did or didn't do. So it's not that the FBI is targeting any one side or the other. Oh, so everybody's treated equally, John. I mean, you know this as well as anybody else. Ryo reaction to Peter stroke, the man with the most famous smirk in Washington, D.C., given your amazing coverage at just the news dot com. I know he's supposed to be an expert and I'm sure he was. I'm not going to call any question his career, but when I first reported that the FBI had used a grand jury subpoena in June to get the records from president Trump, he was casting doubt on the casting down on the FBI doesn't do that. This must be wrong. And then CNN reporting, oh, I guess it's right. It was the funniest thing to watch him do the 360. On social media. This is a guy paid to just say things right now, right? And I think we have to look at the record of those investigations. What did the IG say about the Hillary Clinton investigation? The FBI illegally usurped the authority of the Justice Department to make it conclusion that not the prosecutor that should have been left for the prosecutors. Peter struck was part of an investigation that the Justice Department inspector general went in specifically criticized as illegal improper, not handled properly thanks to James Comey.

FBI Peter Stroke John Washington, D.C. Solomon Hillary Clinton Msnbc President Trump RYO JOE America CNN IG Justice Department Peter James Comey
Fetterman says he is 'grateful' to be alive in first Senate campaign rally since suffering a stroke

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Fetterman says he is 'grateful' to be alive in first Senate campaign rally since suffering a stroke

"Pennsylvania Senate candidate John fetterman acknowledged he was lucky to be alive as he officially returned to the campaign trail And a Friday rally in Erie the Democrat took to the stage telling several hundred supporters For me it's about being grateful just grateful The 52 year old lieutenant governor had a stroke three months ago My life could have ended Veteran wearing his usual hoodie and jeans spoke for nearly 11 minutes haltingly at times and said his Republican opponent doctor mehmed Oz is a carpetbagger He's a New Jersey resident He

John Fetterman Pennsylvania Senate Erie Hoodie Mehmed Oz New Jersey
 Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

01:07 min | Last week

Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

"Confidence moving forward Like the Dodgers the Cardinals brought out the room on Sunday camping at three game sweep of the Yankees out slugging The Bronx bombers 12 to 9 That makes third sacra Nolan Arenado a happy man Anytime you can cap off a sweep of a great team like the Yankees it's huge And what we're trying where we're trying to go you know you got to win ball games win series Other national leaguers answering the Sunday win column roll call with a Phillies reds Marlins pirates giants and Diamondbacks The American League winners were the guardians raise royals Blue Jays White Sox and Mariners golf a bit of history at the Wyndham championship 20 year old South Korean Tom Kim notched a 5 stroke victory making him the second youngest winner of a PGA event since World War II I play great this week You know it was hard to stay in the moment in the final round just knowing that I was so close but I just never let my guard down until I hold that putt on 18 NASCAR Kevin Harvick ended at 65 race winless drought when he got the checkered flag Sunday at Michigan International Speedway Bruce

Yankees Nolan Arenado Royals Blue Jays White Sox Dodgers Cardinals Tom Kim Diamondbacks Marlins American League Phillies Giants Mariners PGA Golf Kevin Harvick Michigan International Speedwa
Dick Morris Discusses Trump's Powerful Immigration Policies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Dick Morris Discusses Trump's Powerful Immigration Policies

"On the issues, let's talk about the issue of immigration. Ann coulter has been bitterly against him really for the last 5 years because she claims he did nothing. He did not do what he said he was going to do, which is build the wall. There's some truth to that. I never came to understand how much truth there is to that. What's that big thing on the border? Well, it's not a monolithic 2000 foot long wall. I mean, he built some of the wall. I think he built all of it. No, he certainly didn't build all of that. Nobody would say he built all of it except you just now. But he seems to have wanted to and the Democrats made it effectively impossible for him to do it. But if there were a wall, we wouldn't have these immigration problems. He stopped immigration during his term. That he did. Well, no, he did that, but I'm saying that he vowed to build a wall for tourists to visit it. It's to stop illegals from coming in. I did. Right. The interesting thing about his speech yesterday was what he said about immigration. That I think was fascinating. Which is that he explains how he achieved the remaining Mexico policy in the way that he had never explained before. He told me about it, but he'd never said it publicly. He said that he knew that he needed to keep them in Mexico because once the immigrants came to the U.S., they got all the constitutional rights of citizens, even though they weren't, they were here illegally. Right. And the only way to stop that was to keep them in Mexico. Right. So Lopez Obrador is a communist basically. The head of Mexico. Yeah. And he wasn't about to help Trump. And Trump got him to put together 28,000 troops on the border on the Mexican side to apprehend immigrants and solve Trump's problems for him. And the way Trump did that was that he renegotiated nafta. Free trade. And made it into a very advantageous deal for Mexico and for the U.S.. And then he went to Mexico and said, okay, if you do not post these troops on the border, he said the graphically said that was a Friday. He said on Monday morning at 8 a.m. there will be a 25% U.S. tariff on any imports coming from Mexico, which in one stroke would destroy their entire economy. And Lopez Obrador said, we would be honored to put the troops on the border. But I

Mexico Ann Coulter Lopez Obrador Donald Trump U.S. Nafta
Admiral Brett Giroir: I Would Be Cautious About Biden's COVID Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Admiral Brett Giroir: I Would Be Cautious About Biden's COVID Case

"Here was admiral Brad Gerard, cut 18, I believe this is courtesy of Fox News, reacting to this announcement from The White House that the president has tested positive for COVID. He is said to have mild symptoms, a stuffy nose, a dry coffee. He didn't sleep very good last night. Again, 79 year old man who is facing now, his own battle with COVID. Here's admiral Brett girard. I think we need to be quite careful because the president is at advanced age. He also has underlying health conditions, including atrial fibrillation. He said previous aneurysms and strokes. So I would be cautious. I wouldn't be so, so rosy potentially as doctor makary, that everything's going to be fine. He is at risk. The other issue I would say is that pax lovid is obviously a very good drug, but it has drug drug interactions with many of the drugs I believe the president is on, including blood thinners or anticoagulants, and it could cause dangerous changes in that. So I'm sure The White House medical unit is on this and is monitoring that. But that is one issue with paxil of it in addition to the rebound that I would watch for with the president.

Brad Gerard Brett Girard Makary Fox News White House Atrial Fibrillation
McIlroy, Hovland avoid blunders to share British Open lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

McIlroy, Hovland avoid blunders to share British Open lead

"Cameron Smith began the third round at saint Andrews with a two stroke lead over Cameron young but a one over 73 has put Smith in a third place tie with young four strokes and back of Rory McIlroy and Victor hovland Smith and young were in good shape Saturday until the back 9 Smith landed in the bunker on 13 and settled for double bogey Young for putted for double bogey on 16 going over the green and back down the other side Mcelroy and hovland tapped in for birdie at 18 to complete 66s leaving them 16 under for the tournament I'm Dave

Cameron Young Cameron Smith Victor Hovland Smith Saint Andrews Smith Rory Mcilroy Hovland Young Mcelroy Dave
Tiger Woods Misses British Open Cut

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Tiger Woods Misses British Open Cut

"Saint Andrews wasn't kind to the four active British open champs who have won their titles on the old course Tiger Woods missed the cut as did Zach Johnson Luis who stays in And John Daly the card line was even par and Woods wasn't even close at 9 over His worst 36 hole total at saint Andrews I've won a three times and a life moves on and I think that's what people understand Who came the closest missing the cut by one stroke defending champ Colin Morikawa also earned the weekend off

Zach Johnson Luis Saint Andrews John Daly Tiger Woods Woods Colin Morikawa
Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race

"John fetterman's absence is raising the stakes for Democrats in a key Senate race Democrats hoping to maintain a fragile Senate majority or keeping an eye on the race in Pennsylvania Lieutenant governor John fetterman hasn't been seen much since he suffered a stroke in May and underwent surgery to implant a pacemaker The democratic candidate hasn't been fielding questions from the press although his campaign staff says he's been walking 5 miles a day making fundraising calls and holding meetings Joe foster who recently retired as party chair in Montgomery county says the campaign told him they figured fetterman would start getting out in mid July Federman and Republican candidate doctor mehmet Oz had been exchanging barbs on social media with the Democrat portraying Oz as a carpet bagger after Oz filmed the campaign ad at his mansion in New Jersey He trolled the TV host with a video from MTV's Jersey Shore star snooki telling Oz he'd be back in New Jersey soon Meanwhile Oz laced up running shoes and went for a jog as he welcomed fetterman back on the campaign trail saying it will be good to focus on fetterman's quote crazy leftist ideas rather than his health I'm Jennifer King

John Fetterman Fetterman Senate Joe Foster Federman Mehmet Oz Pennsylvania Stroke Montgomery County New Jersey Snooki OZ Jersey Shore MTV Jennifer King
Heat wave, flooding leave multiple people dead in China

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Heat wave, flooding leave multiple people dead in China

"Flooding and extreme high temperatures have caused multiple deaths in eastern China as summer heat descends earlier than usual Record high temperatures have been identified just east of the global business hub Shanghai topping out at 107°F on Wednesday neighboring coastal provinces are also suffering under high heat while further inland many people have been hospitalized for heat stroke with an as yet unreported number of deaths experts say such extreme weather events are becoming more likely because of climate change also warmer air can store more water leading to bigger cloud bursts when it's released I'm Charles De

Shanghai China Charles De
Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

"So health is important to you. And you've written a children's book called the candy calamity. So, but let's talk about health for a second. When you I mean, the idea that you want to write a book for kids on health. How is it that we talk about health in this country? There's this new thing now where if somebody's really heavy, you're not even supposed to say, oh, that's not good. Your body shaming me. What are you talking about? If I see somebody who's like really pale or really this or that you just said, you don't look healthy. And you could say it in a mean way or you could say it in a loving way, but somehow there's this thing out there now where they're putting pictures of really heavy people on the covers of magazine like this is aspiration. I'm thinking, I don't know if that's aspirational. That strikes me as maybe a bad message. But what do you say? I agree with you completely, if anything, I think you've sugarcoated it a little. I think it's an absolute catastrophe. I think it's a complete inversion of reality. And I think on many levels, we're living in a time and in an age where emotionality is has taken over reality. Everything is about political correctness and being so PC that you never step on any toes or potentially hurt the feelings of the most fragile egos and people out there. And this leads to a denial or even an inversion of reality. Obesity is not healthy. It's really bad to be obese. It shortens your lifespan, puts you at risk of many, many diseases from various types of cancer to a heart attacks, to strokes, to diabetes. That's a huge statement. I know it's true, but I haven't heard this recently. Being overweight puts you at risk for a list you've just given us a litany of gruesome diseases. This is a fact. This is not your opinion. Yes.

Obesity Heart Attacks Cancer Diabetes
Elena Rybakina wins Wimbledon women's final for 1st Slam

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Elena Rybakina wins Wimbledon women's final for 1st Slam

"Elena RoboCop has earned her first Grand Slam singles title with a three 6 6 two 6 two victory over anji burr at Wimbledon Maybe one day in a few days I sit down and I realize what I did but for now I'm super proud We're back and I broke jabber in the opening game of each of the final two sets and used all of the court while taking advantage of sudden miscues by her opponent It was a complete reversal of the opening set when jaber's ground strokes were consistent and showed nerves Jabber was trying to become the first Arab or African woman to win a slam singles title in the professional era I'm Dave

Elena Robocop Anji Burr Jaber Jabber Dave
 Caratini's HR in 10th gives Brewers 5-2 victory over Cubs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Caratini's HR in 10th gives Brewers 5-2 victory over Cubs

"The brewer's Victor caratini came to the plate in the tenth inning having gone zero for four striking out all four times but he still went home feeling pretty good after stroking a three run Homer to straight away center as Milwaukee beat visiting Chicago 5 to two Caratini big hit followed an eventful 9th inning in the top half and inside the park home run from outfielder saya Suzuki gave the cubs a two one lead but reliever David Robertson couldn't hold it loading the bases with two out then walking the brewers Christian Yelich with the tying run setting up tenth

Victor Caratini Saya Suzuki Homer Milwaukee Chicago David Robertson Cubs Brewers
At Least 51 Migrants Found Dead in Trailer Truck in Texas

Mark Levin

01:18 min | Last month

At Least 51 Migrants Found Dead in Trailer Truck in Texas

"You're not supposed to open up a truck and see stacks of bodies in there Said chief William McManus At a press conference Stacks of bodies 51 migrants died The back of a tractor trailer in San Antonio and there were others in there who have been taken to a hospital They were suffocating in there Who were conscience they were found weak and they would have died as well And they were hot to the touch said the fire chief Charles hood suffering from heat related injuries like heat exhaustion And heat stroke This is a mass death There were no signs of water or working air conditioner in the truck 30 said it's not clear how long the group was in the truck before they were found Mix of men and women were farad age

William Mcmanus Charles Hood San Antonio
50 migrants die in trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

50 migrants die in trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

"At least 50 migrants are now dead after being found in a tractor trailer in Texas I'm Ben Thomas with details The tractor trailer had been abandoned on a back road in San Antonio Police chief William McManus says a worker in a nearby building made the discovery Heard a cry for help Came out to investigate found a trailer with the doors partially open Fire chief Charles hood says 46 people inside were already dead 12 adults and four children taken to hospitals The patients that we saw were hot to the touch They were suffering from heat stroke heat exhaustion no signs of water in the vehicle It was a refrigerated tractor trailer but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig Four of those taken to hospital later died San Antonio mayor Ron nirenberg This is nothing short of a horrific human tragedy Sound courtesy ksat I'm Ben Thomas

William Mcmanus Ben Thomas Charles Hood San Antonio Texas Heat Stroke Ron Nirenberg
46 migrants found dead in abandoned trailer in San Antonio

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

46 migrants found dead in abandoned trailer in San Antonio

"46 people have been found dead in the tractor trailer in Texas I'm Ben Thomas with details The tractor trailer had been abandoned on a back road in San Antonio Police chief William McManus says a worker in a nearby building made the discovery Heard a cry for help Came out to investigate found a trailer with the doors partially open Fire chief Charles hood says 46 of the people inside were dead but 12 adults and four children were taken to hospitals The patients that we saw were hot to the touch they were suffering from heat stroke heat exhaustion no signs of water in the vehicle It was a refrigerated tractor trailer but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig San Antonio mayor Ron nirenberg This is nothing short of a horrific human tragedy Sound courtesy ksat I'm Ben Thomas

Chief William Mcmanus Ben Thomas Charles Hood San Antonio Texas Heat Stroke Ron Nirenberg
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

"AP sports time gethin cool bar the three Pete was denied as the Colorado avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in 21 years After a two one win over two time defending champion Tampa Bay in game 6 Nathan McKinnon scored the tying goal one minute and 54 seconds into the second period before arturi lechon and netted the game winner midway through the second As defenseman kale mccart took home the Khan smythe trophy as the playoff MVP Overall this team is just a bunch of fighters and our model throughout the year was just Pascal so we never wanted to go away and that was kind of what we stuck with and I think it showed tonight Major League Baseball the American League leading Yankees bounced back from being no hit with a walk off 6 three win over the Astros correspondent Tom Miriam has more Aaron judge hit a three run Homer on Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday Kind of remind me of some postseason games Big clutch hitting Other AL winners the Red Sox twins rays angels White Sox and athletics In the national league the Marlins walked off the Met three to two on Nick fortes solo Homer with two outs in the 9th Which was awesome I did not want to get swept against those guys Other NL winners the Dodgers brewers Phillies Diamondbacks cubs nationals and reds Ole miss has won the college World Series after scoring three times in the 8th to complete a sweep of Oklahoma with a four two victory Brandon Johnson struck out all three batters he faced in the 9th to close out the rebels first national title It was a dream come true Ever since you're a little kid you dream of being on the mound in those situations And then when it happened you just like go of yourself because you realize that you did do it And engulfed Xander schauffele ended a three year winless drought on the PGA Tour after coming from one shot back on the final hold to post a two stroke victory at the travelers championship Guess and cool bot AP sports

Gethin Cool Stanley Cup Champions Nathan Mckinnon Arturi Lechon Kale Mccart Khan Smythe Tom Miriam Astros Seth Martinez Colorado Avalanche Homer American League Tampa Bay Nick Fortes AP Pete NL Pascal Major League Yankees
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"Of pedophile max rate of observe heart rate for people and what types of setting and speed. And all that stuff. So we're we're hopefully hopefully going direction with podcasts as well I think you've already covered this. But the next the final recommendation was to not use robot assisted technology for training. And it sounds like the the thought processes there is you really want have people as actively engaged as possible and it just didn't really show benefit in the research. Is there anything else you'd like to to that. Now see. the we did studies in two thousand six outside of the and then an a group in belgian recently did another two studies ours ruined spinal cord and they did their stroke. But here's the plug. Here's the basic answer. You put someone in a robotic device. And you measure angie and you measure heart rate and you measure metabolic responses and you'll find that whatever body weight support whatever amount of assistance. Some of these devices can reduce level of assistance. People relax if something else does work for you. The person in the device slacks slacking factor per principle of laziness so those devices while they're helpful may be really impaired. Individuals people will will reduce their engagement and reduce their narrow mus activity. And that's not nearly as helpful as Getting them more engaged. You're getting steps. And but those steps are not metabolic cost or credit lasko demands that really indicate that you are driving In having the the cpg now how do you see this. This being applied in practice after the recommendations on keeping it around were trying to implement sur survey. Can you get through. That will show the the k- t- nauseous task force will certainly talk more about that. Which will because But it's really trying to understand in. We tried to delineate. The principals seem to be important and that was specified theme amount intensity all three combined for the first recommendation and in the second recommendation. Maybe not so much intensity. They didn't really measure heart rate but then failures. So the idea is that In the in the g we tried to limit the contributions of those principles. Sue the recommendations that we found so for intensity. Specificity amount and intensity were all important and then the second recommendation..

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"What is good to be back with you. This is jason with each.

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"That Is that there's four four different hurry zones and so again if somebody's heart rate is below eighty. You're gonna adjust them to one hundred twenty five watts which is really a big jump. And only you know. I've only seen like athletes and individuals be able to to do that large of a job And then there's the heart rate between eighty and ninety beats per minute And then you move to a one hundred watts from there you know there's another heart rate range Ninety one hundred and then you Started seventy five watts. And then if you're above a hundred beats per minute at the end of that three minutes. The next watts would be fifty. And that's where we see. Those last two are where most people post stroke usually end up now. There's a caveat if patients on a beta blocker in their heart rates below eighty and. They've had a stroke or really condition. Like you wouldn't want to go to one hundred twenty five watts right because they're not going to be able to do so again. There's some clinical reasoning You know we kind of go through this. When i do see you courses But so then. Each stages is three minutes in in length and the individual you're recording the heart rate At every three minute intervals and you know and you have them them. Go and give the rpd e again. You're looking at the heart rate. So let's say somebody does to stages of they finish their first. You know round of of exercise at thirty watts for three minutes. And then you move them to fifty watts. And let's say they finish that. And then the next Would be seventy five watts. And let's say they get a minute and then they say on does so you know what their threshold is and you know what their heart rate. Is that what. They're willing to go where they feel to fatigue to go on like this is my point..

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"It can be a brisk walk. I also tell people you know you might feel short of breath. While you're doing activity might slow your heart rate go up and these are definitions of moderate intensity exercise and then just gauging. How many minutes a week You know do you feel like you meet those those those guidelines For people with stroke It really doesn't differ than what we recommend for the general population again ideas to sit less. Move more you should be physically active day then Getting the one hundred fifty minutes a week of moderate intensity exercise again just repeating netted stair climbing brisk walking Filling a little bit short of breath is is normal in that heart rate could increase if you wanna think about evaluating You know how physically active somebody is or their exercise. The six minute walk test is a good measure of of community. are walking endurance It doesn't really get it. Somebody's aerobics fitness per se. But you can certainly measure. They're they're walking endurance and that's One way to do that If you wanna be more prescriptive or really get an assessment of their their aerobic capacity and see you know Whether the extras intervention is beneficial. Or what their baseline is. You can do Conduct sub maximal exercise testing Or you can do. A graded exercise test like similar to a cart a cardiac stress test. you can do that without metabolic gas or with metabolic gas to really look at their aerobic fitness..

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"The <Speech_Telephony_Female> care site intervention <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> And i started <Speech_Telephony_Female> with the idea. Everyone <Speech_Female> because the <Speech_Telephony_Female> idea originated <Speech_Telephony_Female> from my time on excite <Speech_Telephony_Female> <Speech_Female> but mostly <Speech_Music_Female> <hes> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> because it was really <Speech_Telephony_Female> a defined intervention. <Speech_Telephony_Female> There wasn't <Speech_Male> a black box <Speech_Telephony_Male> all really <Speech_Telephony_Male> set right <Speech_Telephony_Male> and and <Silence> both <Speech_Female> groups <Speech_Telephony_Female> strike survivors. Get <Speech_Telephony_Female> that so that <Speech_Telephony_Female> because that's not really <Speech_Telephony_Female> the question. The real question <Speech_Telephony_Female> is around <Speech_Telephony_Female> how <Speech_Telephony_Female> to what you know. <Speech_Telephony_Female> How do i <Speech_Telephony_Female> help the care partner <Speech_Telephony_Female> and can <Speech_Female> imp engaging <Speech_Female> them in <Speech_Telephony_Female> to the rehab process <Speech_Telephony_Female> improve <Speech_Telephony_Female> outcomes <Speech_Telephony_Female> as well as <Speech_Telephony_Female> a stroke survivors. <Speech_Music_Female> So we just <Speech_Telephony_Female> wrapping up <Speech_Female> a <Speech_Telephony_Female> With that and starting <Speech_Telephony_Female> our data analysis. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> And <Speech_Telephony_Female> we're actually <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> In the process <Silence> of <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> taking that in <Speech_Telephony_Female> care site and <Speech_Telephony_Female> applying it <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> Earlier after stroke <Speech_Telephony_Female> so <Speech_Female> the current one <Speech_Telephony_Female> is with individuals <Speech_Telephony_Male> of chronic stroke <Speech_Telephony_Female> and now we <Speech_Telephony_Female> want to explore <Speech_Telephony_Female> it with <Speech_Telephony_Female> During outpatient <Speech_Telephony_Female> traditional <Speech_Female> outpatient <Speech_Music_Female> therapy for the <Speech_Female> upper extremity <Speech_Telephony_Female> and <Speech_Female> so just a <Speech_Telephony_Female> couple of visits <Speech_Female> at home <Speech_Telephony_Female> and <Speech_Female> But also <Speech_Telephony_Female> not. <Speech_Telephony_Male> I fear traditional <Speech_Telephony_Male> opportunity <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to see if that makes a difference <Silence> <Advertisement> and not <SpeakerChange> timeframe <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> excited <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> hear your <Speech_Male> guys results <Speech_Male> with these <Speech_Male> studies. It sounds <Speech_Male> like a very <Speech_Male> interesting study. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> you've <SpeakerChange> given us <Speech_Male> a lot of <Speech_Male> great information <Speech_Male> in a lot of <Speech_Male> things for me to think about <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I'm sure many <Silence> <Advertisement> of our listeners. As well <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> it's a close. <Silence> <Advertisement> Is there anything <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> you <Speech_Male> would say you know if <Speech_Male> we if we go into our practice <Speech_Male> tomorrow <Speech_Telephony_Male> and <Speech_Telephony_Male> going <Speech_Male> clank tomorrow. <Speech_Male> There's <Speech_Male> something that we could do <Speech_Male> differently in the clinic. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> It was just one <Silence> thing. What do you think it <Silence> would be. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> Just asking <Speech_Female> the care <Speech_Telephony_Female> partner how you're <Silence> doing <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> How are you doing. <Speech_Telephony_Female> I <Speech_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> what concerns <Speech_Telephony_Female> you <Speech_Telephony_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> And what are your goals. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Telephony_Female> What are your <SpeakerChange> goals. <Speech_Telephony_Female> And your needs <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> for <Silence> therapy. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Telephony_Female> their pee session <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Telephony_Female> sometimes giving <Speech_Telephony_Female> it <Speech_Telephony_Female> a bit of an example <Speech_Telephony_Female> <Silence> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> That may <Speech_Telephony_Female> lead them down <Speech_Telephony_Female> to identify <Speech_Telephony_Female> what they want <Speech_Telephony_Female> So they <Speech_Telephony_Female> kind of understand what you're asking <Speech_Telephony_Female> but i think <Speech_Female> just really checking <Speech_Telephony_Female> in say how <Speech_Telephony_Female> they're doing. And how can <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Female> this therapy <Speech_Male> session dress. <Speech_Telephony_Female> Some of your goals to <Speech_Music_Female> and <Speech_Music_Female> you <Speech_Female> know giving a bit of an <Speech_Telephony_Female> example. So they <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> can <Silence> <Advertisement> ponder out <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> sure. <Silence> Something then <SpeakerChange> feel heard <Speech_Male> absolutely <Speech_Male> absolutely. <Speech_Male> I know that's <Speech_Male> something. I'll definitely <Speech_Male> we try to do more <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> so sarah. Thank you so <Speech_Male> much for <Speech_Male> joining us to talk about <Speech_Male> care. Partners <Speech_Male> really <Speech_Male> appreciate it. <Silence> <Advertisement> Thank <SpeakerChange> you <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> and that is it guys. <Speech_Music_Male> Thank you <Speech_Music_Male> so much for <Speech_Music_Male> listening to this episode <Speech_Music_Male> special. <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks again to <Speech_Music_Male> lens for <Speech_Music_Male> taking the time to talk <Speech_Music_Male> to us about caregiving <Speech_Music_Male> care partnerships. <Speech_Music_Male> As <Speech_Music_Male> i learned today. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Sarah <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> definitely give me a lot <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> to think about and hope that <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> she gave you a lot to <Speech_Music_Male> think about as well. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> keep an eye out for <Speech_Music_Male> our next episodes. <Speech_Music_Male> Should be coming to <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> you pretty quickly <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> until then <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> on your host <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> jason ds <Speech_Music_Male> to care <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> off.

stroke sarah
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"But maybe they come in and and they've done a little bit of pondering and thinking and they say well. You know what this went well last night but this didn't and on this together So yeah. I think that i can getting them if they're willing to be engaged Having them charge them with coming up with the question challenge radical for the session right like they tried to walk the dog while holding the leash and the balance you know and they had chuckle was trouble with their balance. Do you think we could address it. And i think the final piece is just really reminding them the importance of their own self care and just like one of the ladies in the in the video it said with the airline stewardess that it's important to put the oxygen mask on first and then put it on your loved one. It's the same thing so if they understand that it's important and it doesn't mean that they love their circus of our any less because they go for a walk or get a friend to help you know supervising while they go out To church or to a yoga session or something bad it's that is really Vital for sustainability. And and that you know are there ways in which you can help them. Tap into addressing their needs as it relates to exercise or attrition getting impressed stress reduction activities whether it's reading your journaling or Mindfulness Understanding that counseling could be really important aspect of that as well That it's not necessarily saying something's wrong as maybe even it's just saying how do i improve what i'm doing. I want her some strategies. I could i could Work on to take care of myself as well as with my family. Member emphasizing the importance of peer support Both with destructive ever in opportunities maybe without and And the importance for for seeking respite. Care when they and That again that not they feel guilty about that but certainly the folks that earlier study. It said that they their levels of depression and conflict. Run stroke recovery were actually associated with confidence seeking respite care So those areas of self care strategy want recommending that it's important and then just touching on what we look at our self care of exercise nutrition rask stress reduction but offering opportunities for counseling peer support and respite care in particular the caregiving role while great informational take worth means clinic. I really liked the getting back here. Partner involved in heaven and start thinking about.

stroke depression
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"The That they feel empowered to communicate their own needs and goals That they're also a focus of care and for the stroke survivor. How i begin to approach it and in my In my research study is saying okay. Well I take it from perspective at me. Support of a trend size empathy. Clever to problem solving non-controlling language providing choice. So i i talk about Problem solving and task progression. And and and i starting with you know why we're helping them understand the why behind that activities so if you're trying to create an exercise plan in the If they have a bit of an understanding about neuropathy society and basically that You know doesn't have to be this complex explanation that you know what the brain can change as it gained skill. And the more you practice. It know that the more The brain changes and and can respond to treatment as she gets stronger and are able to do more. But part of What we know about Recovery is is practicing really easy. Things isn't gonna drive our plasticity like practicing at your challenge point. And what does that look like. Well that means maybe practicing eating your meal where you're making a little bit of a mess. You mostly successful you know using your fort to eat. Eat most of the meal but you might drop a little bit and that's okay and realizing that you know you're sort of prying to find that place where you're really pushing the system but having success at the same time something makes sense of it and And and so then. I get them to pull out these kind of ideas of you know wendy working their challenge for right and and then getting them to be involved in problem solving task progression adaptation. And and that really kinda fits into this functional tasks practice. So how do i approach it from turning the home into a gym right. So do you really have to just say all right. You have to spend an hour every day doing your exercises. Are there ways that we can address. Some of your. I motor coordination through eating.

stroke wendy
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"The exercises as part of therapy. But it kinda gets a sense of. There's some maybe it's not so much actual physical giving care but it's the conflict around getting care that happens as part of family dynamics and it's not necessarily no. We're not family counselors. But i think understanding where some of the challenges are and referring people out to support Counseling can can be a great help so you were asking a little bit about Ways i think moving forward to think about how to bettering corporate care partner into our interventions The i think that making sure that we assess have a there since of their knowledge about stroke and co Even though often times or other team members especially in patient rehab cover this In outpatient or home settings just getting a feel Of are they understanding the cause of the stroke symptoms Completing the memory paper changes do they understand about risk factors are the warning signs Because it just remembering to when you're an impatient just it's so overwhelming all the information that you get and now that they're home and circling back around certain activities just And level of care beyond a touch base and make sure some of these areas have been addressed and they feel comfortable in it I think from a rehab perspective stepping back in a broader sense and reminding them that that rehab is an ongoing process. It's not fine. I and that their natural course of ebbs and flows but it's not always that steep stretch of improvement. We initially see but once you know further down the road That it's.

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"Can can give us a lot of information like you said just taking the time to give them voice. I like you ask them. What are their goals for. The patient Critical and i'll talk a little bit. I give example and share a little bit more about attorney. But and also i think coming back to it a little bit where we come. Think about moving forward ways to change about your practice tomorrow. i can sort of talk about some. Just simple questions like that during family and But as you as you start before we think about assessing. I think that one of the questions that you had had asked was wear our care partners. Feeling ill prepared and i think having a sense that as you go into that in two years with your with the stroke survivor and thinking okay. Well wonder how kind to state. What are the challenges and Again i go back and listening to what. The video said that They they swim in share. Were really valuable And when i tried to put them in a categories as it relates to what i've seen in the evidence and What i heard from that on the the participants in my own study Our i i'd i'd say that Barbara you know that you wanted to interview to She said exceptional work So she's a nurse doing caregiving work in stroke and just unexceptional work in qualitative analysis and and evaluating this and answering this question. So i really want our recommend. And i can send you some references to of of her work around that And but it seemed like there are these steams of i just having a sense of appreciation of the the other enormity of uncertainty and realizing that they have to make their having to make these decisions in such ambiguous and dynamic environment. I so you think about you know. And i put myself back in that role needing to help my dad and i thought great so i'm low jackley where he's going to be where they be able to walk. They'll be wheelchair bound. But i'm having to make decisions about accessibility and i don't even know what that means. And i i mean. If i'm you know i'm thinking about the lay person I have no experience thinking about practices. I so i don't quite know how to plan and therapist. Kinda give me an idea. But i don't really know what that means. And i'm trying to think about all the various changes with what would happen with Accessibility and supervision and finances and what am. I going to do how to manage all these roles. But i think even something simple. I don't put it in a ramp or not. I mean the money ask all the things. Any dummy do any renovation in normal circumstances daunting and here. You're thinking well. I don't even know.

stroke jackley Barbara
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"Like the libel went off and he you know. He changed his posture. He set up in his chair and he said you know. My biggest concern isn't about his arm or his leg. it's about his mood. I'm just so worried about his depression and and and and i said And i and so then. We had a discussion around his mood. And i don't know if his son had really ever said that out loud to that there's a lot of navigating that and talking through it and and i think it's it goes with how the evidence is consistent with the evidence that of Thinking about Where your partners feel ill. Prepared is navigating some of these memory and behavior changes after stroke and And so it's not only. Do they feel prepared is it. They also is some of the biggest burden and stress on them and so But i think if we can begin these conversations really just saying How are you doing What concerns you the most about your loved one. What causes you. The mace concern rings. Id or you feel is most difficult about your own. Caregiving right now. What are your goals and And so And i'll i'll say of all the individuals and i screamed for my study and enrolled over the past four years. Not one person said that. I ask everyone i said. Has anybody asked how you're doing in any and they said no. And and i you know i will say that part of and talk a little bit about how i came down this path. I had the exact same experience. And i was thinking well. Perhaps it's just because i'm a pta. And you know when. I was thinking if my dad and our maybe that's just because of it but it it really is pattern and and i think if there could be one change from the research and i'm doing or even this podcast is if you just ask the family member. How're you doing And is there anything we can do for you. And what's your biggest concern but just how you're doing and to feel heard I think would go a long way. And wow that's great advice. No i think we as therapist just get so caught up in impatient that yeah even just that one simple.

depression stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"To enter into that role. Caregiving so I think one lesson is often time stepping back and Being thoughtful about that perhaps Implicit bias that we might have and and so some people may even say that. Or gosh. maybe we're finally by it doing work around Caregiving you know. Are we finally giving the care partner. Voice right and But i wanna be really cognizant humble that that the care partners really have always had a voice. But i think it's we as rehab professionals. It just hasn't really been listening as well as we could have. And i think a valuable opportunity in rehabilitation is missed. if they're -peutic interventions are delivered outside of the family context That you know. I think helps professionals of all types need to we need to understand are explicitly aren't to theft skills and the willingness of the family. They have a care partners from sure. That's on definitely guilty of just assuming in just you know this person's just gonna take care of this patient and in not even stopping to think. Are they prepared to do this. You know So so how do we. How do we assess. How do we determine if care partner is is really going to be able to step up to the challenge in and take care of this patient. I think that Whip we kind of The first step Is i would really. I think is just saying how do you feel you're doing. I wanna make samples happen. Probably second to last person. I enrolled in my current study and and and it was a young man with his father had stroke and and he seems son seems to disinterested and i thought i mean it's something i've been screaming all these people's past four years the study and he kinda just sits out there and didn't he. He didn't seem engaged. Thought he just is he here. He doesn't seem to want to be here in washington part of this study and and I'm explaining this study and and and it's really a. I have ever received an intervention. But it really is about a care partner and And and he he's still kinda didn't seem like he was really engaging i thought well maybe he's just this isn't really a good fit But when i said to him how are you doing. And what is your biggest concern about your dad..

stroke washington
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"Individual tani payment rules scourge us as providers to spend a lotta time commuting communicating with care partners. I mean i remember years ago. When i first started my clinical work at the rehab center here at emory and having a family conference was a key piece of before people were discharged. And i'm not sure how often teams in in In rehab get to do this. This full family conference with the entire team together with the family and a survivor to discuss plans of care but also our health insurance model is now oriented to individual coverage so And but what we're finding out with There's a large amount of literature. That often actually is mostly. I think in more on the nursing literature that that shows if these Pretty profound impacts of this role of caregiving. That they're higher rates of depression and anxiety stress lower rates of lower self ratings of health or higher rates of chronic disease Parent help people are exercising..

tani emory depression chronic disease
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"At the.

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"Lock. You developing it up and really then you need to say just because these interventions impact of a whole package hen we could out and if we do that how can we How can we make sure we stopped tasting the interventions in a cave away so we then made to look at safety and we need to look at phase ability. It's not just a phase ability of the intervention. It's the phase ability of the whole research approach. And that's fine. That's fine too. So these really phase two studies when you're looking at safety in phase ability and then you move on from the earth that looks positive so i think you bring up some great points. i just want to recommend that the article two thousand four and stroke victim alone. I highly recommend reading that. As a mapping study and um for just just for even today's healthcare environment for people to reflect upon that that is an excellent and then can't you As you went into the standing these into the next part of understanding the variables that you chose so when you said i need to just study this and decide how i would do an intervention. I think this might help clinicians understand. Why the variables were chosen in these trials. Examples physical therapists may not feel that the modified rankin scale is the best marker and you elaborate on that on just a little bit on how you choose your models and how you choose your outcomes. Yeah but let's let's focus on mean to mention as well the protocol and united less about that because we haven't we deliberately haven't published that Because and the reason we didn't do that was because as soon as i started talking about these to the clinical world What i found was the people wanted to get hold of the protocol. Said they could implement it. And i said let's just white because we don't know that this works and so we deliberately made it what.

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"To treatment. What our options for treatment for visual field loss well You know there's been all kinds of people who tried to come up with Algorithms for visual fields and putting an charging a lot of money to pay attention Again i will rely on my pt and ot for helping on the visual field. The most and really visual field is just. It's about getting that repetitive. Scanning i i like to put somebody initially when i'm doing the training like to you know. Get them looking to the affected side in elected. Set it up on a cadence so every time there right foot goes down low to the right and i just do things very very. Repetitively is even even those who have a visual field. Loss known aglet their brain tends to give the the feeling that they have a full visual field. And so it's it's you know it's neglect is more obvious than that or more difficult to overcome but even somebody that has a pretty significant field cut their brain tends to operate like no. I see everything. I'm fine and so it is just doing something very repetitive. To get him to move over to that side. Get a looking to that side and so set up all kinds of scenarios to help them learn that Recruit family. I recruit other therapists. No so i make sure that their physical therapists on the same team is doing. You know making him address. That affected side speech. Therapy know everybody needs to be on more in terms of helping somebody get consistently looking to the affected side so what are options for treatments for visual perceptual deficits of stroke. That's harder that's a lot harder And again. I think that's where. Pto can help a lot more than me. We can tell people what their issues are. There doubts a lot harder for us to deal with a i kind of called vision. Perception in this is the rocket science vision..

stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"As he loved to read at this point he really avoided reading prior to this and he didn't do very well in school but we were able to kind of get him motivated. He was working on got working on his gre. Packets are yes graduate package. Whatever they're calling for but Then he got into a locational program and so it was really fun to see him progress. You really wouldn't have tell. That tumor was removed and is visual. System was had a chance to really. He'll rebound how i find. Ot with vision specialty or a neuro ophthalmologist. If i'm a newer clinician or i'm just transitioning into neuro rehab And i'm i'm trying to find those resources for patients is there to find a neuro ophthalmologist to the north american neuro. Ophthalmology website the anos web dot org and There it says find neuro ophthalmologists. You put in where where you live. And and they give within ten miles fifty miles one hundred miles. Two hundred miles whatever but All of those are to help you find a neuro ophthalmologist unfortunate with. Ot were not organized. So we're kind of new for us to be envisioned or at work with vision. And so we're right now. Trying to take on his instances. I can give them as as as much education in terms of of occupational therapies relationship. Division as possible so there are a number of schools and sometimes that's the best way to go. I i did low vision training of alabama. And there's also envision in kansas city sometimes graduates from these programs will know where there are some resources or where people have habit. So we're really trying to get more out there but right now. Unfortunately there's not a ton of us so so moving onto prognosis now Doctor degree what is the most common visual impairment stroke. Well visual acuity. And so and. I can't stress this enough. Because let's say you have a field defect but let's say you need glasses. Got something we can do. I mean that's i. I wanted to see start visual acuity because if we get people seeing the best that they can see with what. They've got laughed. That's that's doing a great job for them. And i see. Qc is in agreement with this key. See yes.

kansas city alabama stroke
"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"stroke" Discussed on ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group

"It's like Up from stat raff. It's just a like journal type of thing but it's available to health. Sciences libraries and libraries can order it. So it's a great resource both novel and this Nanos next Examination technique curriculum is is really great for your listeners of awesome. It's always great to to compile. More resources in the clinic could can be overwhelming so having those free resources is wonderful. So additional areas of concern. Post stroke are inattention and visual. Perceptual deficits is often difficult to determine concerns related to vision as opposed to something else and insights that that might be helpful for pt. On to tran. Discover some of those differences particularly for therapists who maybe are in more rural settings in have less access to a vision specialists of any kind. Well i'd say i get your exam as best you can Because that will help you at least know what the deficits are. If you can get the exam down a little bit you know the acuity the field the eye movements and then You know if they're still complaining. And i yearn just not seeing what they're complaining about them. Casey is as the master of finding out what's really going on he. He's like a magician. He goes out there and he figures it out so the i know you have lots of pearls that you can share amount won a lot of times. It's just a matter of Just i like. I like to go their homes to do it because you can figure out you know in their own environment. What's difficult for him. And then you know it's really just about cheesy now you know and and for me. It's not so much important. I like to see what how it's affecting their function and then going from there I saw recently that his vision. You described it as like looking through kaleidoscope or is it like looking out a bunch of flies all over the place and for him it just. Is you know you kinda rack. Your brain is any of his vision functional and be honest it really may not be because it's very confusing him so i i'm kind of taking a different approach that we we might just start teaching him blind techniques and see if it makes it easier for him to juicing rather than the.

tran stroke Casey