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Class Notes for PHTY209 at Australian Catholic University

Neuroscience for Physiotherapy

PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vo2 Max, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Extrapolation
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find more resources at oneclass.com Sub-maximal Physical Work Capacity testing for the prediction of VO2 max Participant _________ Age: 19 Mass: 56kg Height________ Background...

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PHTY209
Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Neuropathic Pain, Biopsychosocial Model, Noxious Stimulus
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1. Neuroscience Bases Neuroscience bases Example: Pre-op anxiety associated with higher pain intensities after surgery and 1 year down track (TKR). OUTPUT: o - Physiological: Muscle tension, ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY209
Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Manual Therapy, Posterior Grey Column, Nociception
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Differentiate between the aims of managing acute pain versus managing chronic pain - In acute pain management: goal of therapy aimed at pain reduction, decreasing peripheral inflammatory processes, allow...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nociception, Analgesic, Sympathetic Nervous System
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Week 11 & Week 12 Justify that nociception occurs in the tissues but pain is in the brain - Pain is peripherally and centrally activated but mediated and interpreted centrally - Nociception only become...

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PHTY209
Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, Noxious Stimulus, Allodynia
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Application - TENS: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation - TENS: Applies low voltage electrical currents to the skin primarily for pain relief purposes. - Used as an adjunct to trea...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nucleus Raphe Magnus, Locus Coeruleus, Posterior Grey Column
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8.27 Recognise modulation at the cortical level 8.28 Explain how pain is modulated by supraspinal structures, brainstem centres and nuclei including: endogenous analgesic centre in the midbrain (PAG) noradrenergic neu...

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PHTY209
Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Trigeminal Ganglion, Posterior Grey Column, Nociceptor
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Week 9: The Pain System 8.1 Define pain according to the definition used by the International Association for the Study of Pain an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue da...

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PHTY209
Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Vestibular Nerve, Vestibular Nuclei, Otolith
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Week 8 Lecture 1: Special senses Vestibular Describe the structure and function of the internal ear, including the role in postural and ocular stability Structure - Also called the labyrinth and contains 2 m...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lacrimal Apparatus, Brainstem, Retina
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Lecture B: Special SensesVision and Hearing VISION 1. Identify major structures of the eye and describe their functions Accessory structures Eyelids Eyelashes Superficial epithelium conjunctiva Lacrimal apparatus (for ...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lacrimal Apparatus, Brainstem, Retina
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Lecture B: Special SensesVision and Hearing VISION 1. Identify major structures of the eye and describe their functions Accessory structures Eyelids Eyelashes Superficial epithelium conjunctiva Lacrimal apparatus (for ...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Upper Motor Neuron Lesion, Corticobulbar Tract, Extrapyramidal System
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Lecture 2: Motor System Draw a diagram of the corticospinal tract Draw a diagram of the corticobulbar tracts Describe the somatotopic organization of the corticobulbar and corticospinal tracts What is the function of t...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Traumatic Brain Injury, Transient Ischemic Attack, Intracranial Hemorrhage
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Incidence of ABI o QUEENSLAND: 2.5 % in people aged under 65 o AUSTRALIA: 1.8% in people aged under 65 o NEW SOUTH WALES: 1.4% in people aged under 65 o Almost 3/4 of people with ABI and almost all who have brain injury...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Golgi Tendon Organ, Bulbous Corpuscle, Receptive Field
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1. Lecture 2: The Somatosensory System 1. Classify the sensory modalities included in the somatosensory system 1. touchmechanoreceptors in the skin detect skin movement and deformation. 2. Propriocept...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Myotome, Paresis, Physical Therapy
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ASIA 10 key myotomes and 28 dermatomes (tested for light touch and pin prick sensation) Allows examiner to determine the motor, sensory and neurological level of injury and degree of completeness. Impairment Scale A = Com...

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Lee Plumbe
PHTY209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Biopsychosocial Model, Physical Therapy, Informed Consent
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1. LECTURE 2: Person Centred Practice 1. Generate Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timed (SMART) goals 2. Design a treatment plan based on SMART goals 3. Outline professional standards of person centred care in...

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