Chapter 18 - Physical Rehabilitation

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What is a TBI?


What is a CVA?


What is a TIA?


When do hemorrhagic strokes occur?


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What did Lee Anna say about the Glasgow coma Scale?


Name and describe the eight levels of the Ranchos Los Amigos Scale:


















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What is dysarthria?



What did Lee Anna say about right and left brain differentiated functions?




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Music therapy interventions can help patients in rehabilitation programs improve physical functioning by providing:











What is vibroacoustic therapy?


How did it benefit stroke patients?



In what two ways did music electro-acupuncture techniques help patients?



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Due to what 3 factors is music very useful as a timing cue for physical movement?




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Rhythmic auditory cues presented during gait training cause walking to become more ___________________, more ________________, and better _______________.

Rhythmic auditory stimulation also decreased the patients' stride _______________ and improved their gait _________________.

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In the area of ADL skills, cues provided by musical structure or song lyrics can assist in motor ______________ and facilitate the development of ________________ motor patterns that individuals can use in daily routines. Gervin found that using song lyrics to train a patient recovering from brain injury to dress independently was helpful because the external cues and pacing provided by the lyrics and music provided a ________________ for the activity that helped the patient overcome difficulties in _______________________, __________________________, and motor _____________________.

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In addition to stimulating speech production, music therapy techniques may improve the speech _____, vocal _________, and verbal ________________ of clients who have neurogenic communication disorders.

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Outline the section about music therapy interventions to improve social and emotional functioning.
















From classroom lecture (not in text):

How can music therapy help with feeding?