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Lisa Juckett


Lisa Juckett has served as a clinical instructor at The Ohio State University in the Occupational Therapy Division since 2011. She has extensive clinical experience in the inpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing settings. Her position as an inpatient clinician led her to collaborate with researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to examine the effectiveness of static orthosis use for the post-stroke upper extremity. Ms. Juckett has provided numerous continuous education lectures and presentations at the local and national level for professional organizations such as The American Occupational Therapy Association, The Gerontological Society of America, and the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. She also has served as the outcomes assessor for research related to post-stroke upper extremity interventions through the Better Rehabilitation and Assessment for Improved Neuro-Recovery (B.R.A.I.N.) laboratory at The Ohio State University under Dr. Stephen J. Page.

After developing an appreciation for hand therapy across all domains of practice, Ms. Juckett earned her Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) credential in 2016. She is currently pursuing her PhD at Ohio State with a focus in implementation science.

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Orthopedic Considerations for the Post-Stroke Upper Extremity

Presented by Lisa Juckett, MOT, OTR/L, CHT

Orthopedic Considerations for the Post-Stroke Upper Extremity

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Complications after stroke are vast and distressing, impacting the quality of life and independence of millions of stroke patients. Upper extremity impairment constitutes one of these highly devastating complications. As neurorehabilitation practitioners, we have the responsibility to treat and manage upper extremity deficits that have resulted from neurological insult. However, impairments in the neurological upper extremity are often influenced by orthopedic factors that can hinder patient progress and function. A strong foundation in neuromusculoskeletal anatomy and kinesiology can help enhance therapy approaches to managing the post-stroke upper extremity and facilitating desired outcomes. This course is designed for practitioners who seek to gain knowledge of orthopedic considerations related to the neurological upper extremity with emphasis on the shoulder complex. Content from this course will address the neuromusculoskeletal mechanisms that influence upper extremity movement, upper extremity conditions that may result after stroke, and strategies for managing the painful shoulder girdle.

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