Effects of transcutaneously modulated spinal networks on sensory-motor function post-paralysis
Saturday November 11th 13:40 – 14:30
Speaker: Reggie Edgerton
 
Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
  1. assess the potential advantages of different types of neuromodulation of the spinal cord to recover sensory-motor function.
  2. advise patients as to the potential advantages and disadvantages of a given type of neuromodulation to recover sensory motor function.
  3. discuss with patients the potential timeline for these interventions to become widely available.
  4. describes some of the basic physiological mechanisms that underlie how these sensory-motor functions are recovered when combined with activity- dependent interventions.

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* 3. As a result of attending this session I am planning to:

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a) Discuss the session with my colleagues.
b) Pursue additional learning activities.
c) Complete a Personal Learning Project.
d) Not change my practice.
e) Change my practice.

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* 4. Please explain the change you are planning to make or the learning you plan to complete (if applicable):

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* 5. Other comments/suggestions/topics for future meetings:

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