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Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
Cortical control of hand function
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Cortical control of hand function

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Maribel Ródenas Martínez

Maribel Ródenas Martínez

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  • 1. Cor$cal  control  of  hand  func$on   From child to adult Maribel  Ródenas  Mar.nez   Pediatric  Physiotherapist  
  • 2. Reach  and  grasp  an  object  located  visually,   grasping,  is  a  cor<cal  phenomenon.       Grasping  involves  the  coordina<on  of  sensory,   cogni<ve  and  motor  skills    that  are  emerging  in   children  development  
  • 3. Hand-­‐object  interac<on   Motor  control:  moving  the  fingers   independently.     Sensory  guide  of  hand  movements.       Ability  to  transform  the  object  characteris<cs   (observed  visually)  in  an  adequate  hand   configura<on.      
  • 4. Fingers   independent   movement   Sensory   informa<on   USE-­‐DEPENDENT   ORGANIZATION   Visual   informa<on  
  • 5. The  somatosensory  feedback  is  essen<al   for  learning  a  new  movement  
  • 6. Key  moments  in  motor  development  
  • 7. Don’t  forget  the  ICF’s  view  
  • 8. A  new  way  to  understand,  treat  and  evaluate   children,  assessing:     •     What  can  they  really  do?   •     Under  which  circumstances  they  do…?   •     What  do  they  need  “to  be  able  to  do”?     •     How  can  we  help  them  to    achieve  their  own  goals?   Don’t  forget  the  ICF’s  view  
  • 9.     How  to  transfer  all  this  theory  into   prac<ce?     Let´s  talk  about  it       @mrbrodenas   @Fisioinfancia    

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