Basic Course – The Prechtl General Movement Assessment
A diagnostic method for the functional assessment of the integrity of the nervous system
Did you know you can detect children at high risk of cerebral palsy in the first few months of life?
Abnormal general movements are among the most reliable markers for cerebral palsy. General movements are part of the spontaneous motor repertoire and are present from early fetal life until the end of the first half year after term. In addition to its high sensitivity (98%) and specificity (91%), the assessment of general movements is non-invasive, time- and cost-efficient. It is therefore ideal for assessing the integrity of the young nervous system, most notably in low-resource settings.
The Basic Course provides an introduction into the Prechtl General Movement Assessment in young infants. This new assessment method has shown its merit for the prenatal and postnatal evaluation of the integrity of the nervous system.
Compelling evidence is now available that assessment of General Movements (GMs) – a specific type of spontaneous movement – under the age of five months is the best predictor of cerebral palsy.
This method has become a potent supplement to the traditional kind of neurological examination.
- The ontogeny of spontaneous motor activity
- Normal and abnormal GMs from birth to 20 weeks post-term
- Practical instructions for recording and assessment of GMs
- GMs and follow-up: individual developmental trajectories and their predictive power for later neurological impairments
Prof. Dr. Arend F. Bos
Professor of Neonatology, Pediatrician-Neonatologist,
Head of division Neonatology,
Beatrix Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center of Groningen, Netherlands
Course Language: English
What is the General Movements Assessment? Here you will find answers: https://youtu.be/cC4hhIDRyk4
Detailliertes Programm (PDF)
Referenten: Prof. Dr. Arend F. Bos
Teilnahmegebühr: from 890,00
Kategorie: Chirotherapie, Entwicklung des Kindes, entwicklungsfördernde Neonatologie, Entwicklungstherapie, Manuelle Medizin, Neuropädiatrie, Osteopathie, Pädiatrie, Physiotherapie, Prävention, Sozialpädiatrie
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