Stroke upper limb recovery. How do the 10 movement Training Principles help?
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About Advanced Neuro Education
Advanced Neuro Education has designed courses to meet the needs of clinicians who are looking to accelerate their knowledge & skills to improve outcome for their patients. Our courses are short and easily accessible for the busy clinician and include both online and face to face options. We cover topics that cover both theoretical and practical knowledge, with interesting information that you can use immediately in clinical practice. At ANE we have experience in both professional development and university teaching and research, but more importantly we have over 50 years of collective clinical experience! We therefore understand the growing need to provide efficient usable information in addition to support, advice and professional mentorship. Informative webinars and blogs will also be provided to support a broad community of practice.
Dr James McLoughlin
James is Director of Advanced Neuro Rehab - neurological & vestibular rehabilitation private clinics in Adelaide South Australia. James has degrees in both Physiotherapy (University of South Australia) and Clinical Neuroscience (Queen Square, University College London). James has always had a strong interest in helping people with neurological & vestibular disorders, with an additional fascination with how the brain & central nervous system controls and learns movement. James has been involved in research into human balance, vestibular function, motor control and gait. He completed a PhD in 2015 at the University of New South Wales that examined the effects of fatigue on balance and gait in people with Multiple Sclerosis. James set up the Neurological Physiotherapy masters program at Flinders University and has been a part-time academic at Flinders University since 2006. He continues his academic role as an Associated Professor where he remains a part-time clinical teaching specialist. James has been involved in running and developing many professional development courses worldwide since 2005. In 2022 James launched Advanced Neuro Education, a website that links to online and face to face courses, and provides webinars, blogs and professional coaching and mentorship.