The Role of Aerobic Exercise in Improving Motor Outcomes in Stroke and Parkinson's Disease
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June 9, 2020
Ohio Physical Therapy Association
Aerobic Exercise, Parkinson's Disease, Stroke
Upon completion of the course, the attendee will be able to:
Describe the potential mechanism underlying the neurophysiologic benefits of high intensity aerobic exercise in individuals with stroke and Parkinson’s disease based on animal and human models.
Describe methodology associated with applying aerobic exercise as an antecedent to task practice.
Discuss the motor and non-motor outcomes following a forced exercise and voluntary exercise paradigm in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and chronic stroke.
Integrate methodology discussed in lecture to translate aerobic exercise intervention safely to the clinical environment.
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