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Traumatic Brain injury rehab - student

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Gingem, Oct 12, 2007.

  1. Gingem

    Gingem Welcome New Poster


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    :bang: Dear All

    I am currently studying for foundation degree in Allied Health (hoping to get a BSc Hons in Podiatry - eventually). I am struggling to find any information on a Podiatrists role in Traumatic Brain injury rehabilitation for a presentation.

    Can any one help me with this subject please?

    thanks Gemma
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Welcome to Podiatry Arena. You will be very lucky if you can find anything specific on this. Podiatrists would essential play a role in manageing foot pathology that these people may develop as a result of any residual lower limb dysfunction as well as help with the basic foot care/hygiene if they can not self care (and carer can't manage).
    This is from my lecture notes on TBI:
     
  3. Gingem

    Gingem Welcome New Poster

    Thank you for your help and for taking the time to reply. I have based my notes on orthotics and foot pathologies resulting from dysfunction.

    Thanks again

    Gemma
     
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