Students at the Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario (Canada) have just finished an amazing project in collaboration with Physiopedia. The Project was part of the Neuromotor Function Course which is a module in the first year of the Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) program. The project was led by Vincent DePaul and the students were tasked with creating a FICTIONAL case study. The aim of the project was to create pages relating to a neurological condition that affects adults and causes movement problems.
Although case studies are positioned at level 5 (out of 6 levels) in the evidence-based hierarchy they are a powerful tool for sharing and demonstrating clinical knowledge and expertise. The pages created by the students were very innovative, and focused on a range of conditions, with lots of supporting evidence. If you are looking for inspiration and new ideas when treating your clients be sure to have a look at the pages below, they are awesome:
- Adult Spastic Cerebral Palsy: A Case Study Amidst A Lack of Evidence
- Rock Steady Boxing Therapy to treat the effects of Parkinson’s Disease; a case-study
- The Effect of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on a 75 year old male with Parkinson’s Disease- A Case Study
- Boxing Coach With Idiopathic Parkinson’s Symptoms a Case Study
- Case study of hydrotherapy intervention in a child with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy
- Multiple Sclerosis: A Case Study
- Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis – A Case Study
- Case Study – Rehabilitation of Post Concussion Syndrome
- Early-Onset Alzheimer’s: A Case Study
- Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease: A Case Study
If you would like to know more about how Physiopedia and University Collaborations just got better read this interesting article by Rachael Lowe.