Graded Motor Imagery
Physical Disabilities

 
 
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This week, Jessica and Natalie talk with Bobby Blair about Graded Motor Imagery as an approach to pain management. We discuss how and when this approach is used and how it fits within the occupational therapy practice framework.

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References

Mendez-Rebolledo, G., Gatica-Rojas, V., Torres-Cueco, R., Albornoz-Verdugo, M., & Guzman-Munoz, E. (2017). Update on the effects of graded motor imagery and mirror therapy on complex regional pain syndrome type 1: A systematic review. Journal of Back Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 30(3), 441-449.

Polli, A., Moseley, G. L., Gioia, E., Beames, T., Baba, A., Agostini, M., Tonin, P., & Turolla, A. (2017). Graded motor imagery for patients with stroke: A non-randomized controlled trial of a new approach. European Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine, 53(1), 14-23.

Shepherd, M., Louw, A., & Podolak, J. (2018). The clinical application of pain neuroscience, graded motor imagery, and graded activity with complex regional pain syndrome- A case report. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 30, 1-13.