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A Therapist Answers Questions You’re Too Afraid To Ask

A Therapist Answers Questions You’re Too Afraid To Ask

– I’m Dr. Sam Rader. I’m a licensed clinical psychologist, and I’m going to be answering some of your mental health questions. (pleasant music) In my understanding, personality isn’t something you’re necessarily born with. It’s something that gets shaped through early experience. We learn what parts of us feel acceptable in our family system, what […]

Stroke Rehabilitation – Improving Arm Function Using Electrical Stimulation

Therapist – I’m just going to stretch your shoulder back here it’s very tight behind your wing bone. That kind of gets these muscles to kind of relax out and then stretch them out before we do the stimulation Britta – Whats my wing bone? Therapist – Your scapula. Britta – Ok. Therapist – So […]

Stroke Rehabilitation at Helen Hayes Hospital  Part One

Stroke Rehabilitation at Helen Hayes Hospital Part One

Therapist: The first thing we’re going to do is work on some balance and strengthening, get your trunk muscles to work. We’re going to bend, you’re going to pick this up with two hands put it over your head take three steps forward then you’re going to bend and put it down, stand up, and […]

Stroke Rehabilitation at Helen Hayes Hospital Part Two

Alright Rosa so you’re going to step with your right foot on the foam and then your left foot is going to go up to the step and right foot to the step and then back down. Good. The right foot onto the foam, left foot on the step then right foot taps the cone […]

Occupational Therapy restores arm function after stroke

Trying to get this scapula the bone back here like sucked down onto your chest wall, it doesn’t want to move. I’m just trying to what we call mobilize it. Try to get it. Let me know if I cause you pain alright. See how it’s just loosening up. Now all of a sudden I […]

Spinal Cord Injury  Rehabilitation & Recovery:  A Range of Therapies

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation & Recovery: A Range of Therapies

Therapist: Good. Breathe. Aid: Good so we are going to try to do the same thing. Therapist: Same thing, yep. First let’s just start with finding your center. Okay, tighten the core here and here. Aid: Two, three, four, five, six, seven. Therapist: There you go. Aid: Eight, you got it, nine, last one, ten. […]

Rehabilitation After Stroke  Functional Electrical Stimulation FES Facilitates Walking

Rehabilitation After Stroke Functional Electrical Stimulation FES Facilitates Walking

We’re going to have the electrodes on all five of your major muscle groups in your leg so that it provides simulation for them. So what’s that major muscle group down there? This is the Anterior Tibialis, it helps to dorsiflex your foot. It helps to bring your foot up off the ground. This is […]