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How to Remember Three Cerebral Artery Strokes on the NPTE

How do you remember everything for the test?


You LEARN HOW TO THINK!


You do not have to actually memorize everything. Use what you already know (YES - you absolutely know something). Check out an example of this process in our video.



Test your recall with review questions and a short quiz

Access the answer key to check your responses


Feel free to email questions to hello@elevatestrategiespt.com.


Try our Preview Examination!


Disclaimer: This information in this channel and video are NOT intended as medical or physical therapy advice. The information is for educational purposes only.


having all the pieces of the puzzle doesn't put it together. it's only the start.
 

Takeaway Prescription


Your prescription for the day and this week is to write out what each structure is for in 1-2 words (this means you have to think BROADLY, because the brain cannot truly be boiled down to a 1-2 word description). We have done an example for you:


FRONTAL LOBE - motor control

PARIETAL LOBE

TEMPORAL LOBE

OCCIPITAL LOBE

BASAL GANGLIA

CEREBELLUM

BRAINSTEM

DORSAL COLUMN-MEDIAL LEMNISCUS TRACT

SPINOTHALAMIC TRACT

CORTICOSPINAL TRACT

 



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