Developing principles of movement training, with James Mcloughlin

In this episode of the OpenPhysio podcast, James McLouglin talks about the rationale behind his article on 10 guiding principles for movement training in rehabilitation. We also talk about the consistently high interest in this publication and what might be driving its popularity in the physio community. And finally, James discusses what he’d like to do next in order to extend this work.


Photograph of James McLouglin standing in front a natural background.

James is director of Advanced Neuro Rehab in Adelaide, South Australia, where he works clinically as a neurological physiotherapist. James is also part-time Associate Professor at Flinders University working as teaching specialist in Neurological Physiotherapy. James has degrees in Physiotherapy (University of South Australia) and Clinical Neuroscience (Queen Square, Institute of Neurology, University College London) and a PhD at University of New South Wales. James has experience in research in gait, balance and dizziness in various populations. James has an interest in movement recovery, motor control and rehabilitation with people with all neurological conditions, in addition to those with balance/dizziness.

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