Pyramid of Neurodevelopment; Using the Senses for Rehabilitation: A Case Study
Pyramid of Neurodevelopment; Using the Senses for Rehabilitation: A Case Study:
The Pyramid of Neurodevelopment walks families step by step through the most foundational aspects of human neurology to the most sophisticated. During this, different specialties are discussed, like functional neurology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and applied behavioral analysis, in terms of what neurological functions they best address. This helps give families a guide on what types of therapies to look into next.
Using the Senses for Rehabilitation will go into the 6 senses and how to best harness them to benefit your child’s brain. A real patient example will be given to highlight how vision, olfaction, taste, touch, hearing, and proprioception can be used during rehabilitation to stimulate the brain.
About Dr. Kalambaheti:
Dr. Emily Kalambaheti is a Chiropractic Neurologist, Functional Medicine Hyperbaric Clinician, and the Director of Rehabilitation of Florida Surgery Consultants Brain Lab where she examines and treats patients with neurological conditions including post-concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and cerebral palsy. With an emphasis on neurodevelopment during her Clinical Neuroscience Master’s program, Dr. K is passionate about sharing knowledge to improve children’s neurological health.