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Recovery from Stroke and Physical Therapy (뇌졸중 후 회복과 물리치료)

  • Kwon, Oh-Yun;Kim, Suhn-Yeop
    • Physical Therapy Korea
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.98-107
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    • 1995
  • Physical therapists use assumptions about motor control in every aspect of their work in treating stroke patients. An understanding of the recovery process after stroke, some neural mechanism of recovery and therapeutic model is critical factor for physical therapist to evaluate and obtain a higher final stage of recovery. The purpose of this article was to review the recovery process after stroke, some neural mechanism of recovery, the role of rehabilitation in the process of recovery, therapeutic model and its limitation. This article will help understanding of recovery process. evaluation, and treatment of the stroke patients. Each therapeutic method consists of a different set of assumptions and they are not completely independent of one another. Therefore specializing in any techniques of physical therapy will not be enough to treat stroke, so we are in need of integrated approach and objective measurement instrument to adequately evaluate and treat stroke patients.

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A Study on the Development of the Intervention Model for Korean Men Who Batter (폭력남편에 대한 한국에서의 개입모델 개발을 위한 시론적 연구)

  • Lee, Eun-Joo
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.40
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    • pp.157-190
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    • 2000
  • As the Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence was enacted in Korea, it has become necessary to work on how to intervene effectively in Korean men who batter. The purpose of this study is to establish the framework of the intervention model which is relevant to Korean wife-batterers. In the States, the psychoanalytic model, cognitive-behavioral model, and feminist model are most widely used with men who batter. As yet, the consensus on which model is most effective has not been reached. In this study, each model is reviewed briefly. And then it is suggested that in the light of Korean culture the educational model is more relevant than therapeutic model. Several points are also suggested, which need to be considered when feminist model is used in Korean culture. It is also insisted that the integrated model based on ecological theory is necessary to intervene effectively in such a multi-dimensional problem as domestic violence. For the group intervention, it is suggested to use educational model primarily and to use therapeutic model complementarily. Based on the framework suggested in this study, to develop the specific structure of the program, to implement it, and to test its effectiveness will be the tasks of the future researches.

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The Case Study of Wallenberg's Syndrome The Oriental & Occidental Cooperative Therapeutic Model(1) (Wallenberg's syndrome 치험(治驗) 1례(例)를 통해 본 동(東).서협진(西協診) 유형(類型) 연구(硏究)(1))

  • Jang Hyun-Ho;Yang Hyun-Duk;Min Yang-Ki;Son Il-Hong;Suk Seung-Han;Min Sang-Joon;Lyu Yeoung-Su;Lee Geon-Mok;Kang Hyung-Won
    • Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.219-229
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    • 2001
  • The brainstem include midbrain, pons & medulla. In acute stage of brainstem infarction, neurologic symptoms may be progressive. So we must pay special attention to Wallenberg's syndrome. In other words, Wallenberg's syndrome is dorsolateral medullary syndrome. A-54-years-old woman was admitted because of vertigo, ataxia & somatic sensory loss of left face and right half-body. Brain MRI showed high SI in T2W, low SI in T1W lesion left medullary infarction. We diagnosed the case as Shin-heo type Oriental medically and prescribed Gihwangemjakamibang. Diabetes mellitus was found out. So We have controlled diabetes mellitus by Occidental medical therapy. In the end, The symptoms of the patient became better. We know that cooperative(oriental & occidental) medical therapy is better than one medical therapy.Here we present one case of Wallenberg's syndrome who was admitted at Kunpo Wonkwang University Hospital Oriental Neuropsychiatry from 14th March to 6th April. 2001.

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