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March 4, 2022 at 2:33 pm in reply to: Mid stance- knee hyperextension #487288
I sure will Chrissy! Thank you!!March 3, 2022 at 5:54 pm in reply to: Mid stance- knee hyperextension #487196
Thanks Chrissy, I like the explanation of loss of eccentric control of the knee in midstance causing the hyperextension. Makes sense!
As this may be the last chance for correspondence Chrissy, I do want to thank you again for a wonderful experience in getting ready for the NCS. I would have no where felt prepared for it, if not for the detailed and well organized, amazing course you put together!! Regardless of the outcome, I do feel ready to take on and function much more confidently as a Neurologic PT.
JackieMarch 2, 2022 at 2:07 pm in reply to: Description of specialty practice #487054
Found it! Thanks!March 2, 2022 at 12:52 pm in reply to: Exam 2 Vestibular Q #487044
Here is my reasoning. In Condition 1,2 and 3 he is doing well with all 3 systems available in cond 1 and somato and vest available in 2 and 3. But in 4,5,6 somato is unavailable and though visual is available in cond 4 he is still losing his balance. Then 5,6 is of course mainly vestibular. But since losing in 4 too it implies his visual is ineffective to help him.
Hope this helps.
JackieFebruary 25, 2022 at 9:42 pm in reply to: VOR exercises #486212
Thanks Chrissy! As always thanks for going beyond and for the info and for providing the link.
Sure appreciate it!
JackieFebruary 25, 2022 at 11:45 am in reply to: VOR exercises #486105
Awesome reply Kyle, thank you so much! Such good points about the increased rate and functional vs endurance. Makes perfect sense! I do like to use the 2-3/day for 20 min guidelines and absolutely loved the MEdbridge Vestibular course.
My only concern question was about it taking upto 15min to resolve. But I guess it will be gradually decreasing all that time. From experience i did recently have a patient try the 2 min (was at 120max),he stopped at 1 min due to nausea and increase in symptoms so we did so some completely different supine neck/core exercises for a while and he got up saying he was better- than even when he came in. Never fails to amaze me how good well done VOR exercises provide almost immediate results!
Was nice to chat with a fellow Vestibular Therapist and good luck with your NCS exam!!
JackieFebruary 25, 2022 at 11:31 am in reply to: Course Certificate #486103
Thanks Chrissy! Good to know that date!!February 22, 2022 at 10:31 am in reply to: Course Certificate #485587
Quick question- Once you get the course certificate, you can still access all course material as usual right?
JackieFebruary 10, 2022 at 6:02 pm in reply to: Outcome measures Master list #483862
That’s exactly what I have found helpful to do. Group by diagnosis and start with the EDGE and CPG. Also I have found it useful to print out and group together the actual forms of some of the outcome measures, so as to get a visual of the items being tested and cut off scores
JackieFebruary 10, 2022 at 5:57 pm in reply to: CBGD vs PSP #483861
Thanks Chrissy, your answer really clarifies it well.
Sure appreciate it!
JackieJanuary 25, 2022 at 10:12 pm in reply to: NCS Advantage Practice Exam Scores #482121
Hello Chrissy, thank you for the guidelines of the average scores on the practice exams. Really helps!!
Thanks for the thousands of hours you put in for all that material!!!