The Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy is the official peer-reviewed publication of the Neurology Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. JNPT is the primary peer reviewed resource for advancing neurologic physical therapy practice through the dissemination of definitive evidence, translation of clinically relevant knowledge, and integration of theory into education, practice and research.
Vestibular SIG: Prevalence of and Theoretical Explanation for Type 2 Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo- Episode 61
Host Puja Agarwal PT, DPT, MHA is joined by Michael Schubert PT, PhD, FAPTA and Bela Buki MD, PhD to discuss their upcoming article "Prevalence of and Theoretical Explanation for Type 2 Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. This will be published in the April edition of the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy. The Vestibular Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – neuropt.org.
Stroke SIG & JNPT Collaboration: Discussing Manual Dexterity and its Association with Paretic Upper Extremity Use in Individuals with Stroke Living in the Community – Episode 15
In this episode, the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy (JNPT) partners with the ANPT Stroke Special Interest Group for an interview with Amanda DeMartino conducted by host Jackie Loeshelle. Dr. DeMartino is an author of a recently published article examining manual dexterity measures and their relationship to use of the paretic upper extremity in individuals with stroke. This article is included in the October 2021 issue of JNPT. Find more about this article here: https://journals.lww.com/jnpt/Abstract/2021/10000/Manual_Dexterity_Is_Associated_With_Use_of_the.7.aspx The Stroke Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org
DDSIG & JNPT Collaboration: Are Mobile Persons With Parkinson Disease Necessarily More Active - with authors Jenna Zajac and Terry Ellis - Episode 25
In this episode, Parm talks to Dr. Zajac and Dr. Ellis about their paper in the October 2021 issue of JNPT “Are Mobile Persons With Parkinson Disease Necessarily More Active?” Parm dives into the methods and results with Dr. Zajac. Then, she zooms out to talk about big picture implications including measuring and defining performance and participation with Dr. Ellis. The Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org.
A dive into vestibular issues in people with MS
In this episode, Rebecca Martin interviews Graham Cochrane about his recent JNPT article related to vestibular dysfunction in people with MS. We hope you enjoy this lively and in depth conversation!
ANPT Vestibular SIG interview Does Exercise Increase Vestibular and Ocular Motor Symptom Detection After Sport-Related Concussion?
Host Puneet Dhaliwal PT, DPT, NCS is joined by Dr. Michael Popovich, MD, Neurologist, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Michigan and Wendy Carender, PT, NCS in a discussion of the role of supervised exercise challenges prior to Vestibular and Ocular Screening (VOMS) in people with sports related concussion. This is based from the article they recently published in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy entitled “Does Exercise Increase Vestibular and Ocular Motor Symptom Detection After Sport-Related Concussion?”
Spinal Cord Injury SIG: Interview with Emily Fox and Kate Cavka About Respiratory Rehabilitation and Diaphragm Pacing
In this episode, we talk to Emily Fox, PT, DPT, PhD and Kate Cavka, PT, DPT NCS about respiratory rehabilitation and diaphragm pacing after spinal cord injury and their recent paper in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy titled “Diaphragm Pacing and a Model for Respiratory Rehabilitation After Spinal Cord Injury.”
I was very excited about this at first, but it was too boring to listen to the monotone reading.