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Rehabilitating Lower Motor Neuron Damage with Interactive Metronome®

To understand and adapt the Interactive Metronome technology, the rehabilitation professional must have a good understanding of the benefits of the IM program related to the anatomy, physiology and limitations caused by lower motor neuron damage.

With a good knowledge of the impact of IM on peripheral nerves and the neuromuscular balance deficits and pain they cause, the clinician can develop a candidacy for the program and adapt the technology appropriately.

CEUs Offered For

  • This course is not offered for contact hours/CEUs.

Course Type

  • On Demand Webinar

Course Cost

  • FREE (a $15 value)

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