A Neuro Physio Podcast: Professor Leeanne Carey

Professor Leeanne Carey

Intro – 3.42
Career pathway – 7.17
SENSe implementation / knowledge translation projects – 13.16
SENSe training approach & workshops – 17.16
Computer interface sensory assessment & learning – 24.53
More about PhD – 28.42
Task specific training vs transfer in sensory training – 31.17
Which modality is most important in the sense approach? – 37.10
Functional MRI changes with sense sensory training – 42.20
Where does sense fit into the sensation literature? – 43.37
Clinical impact of sensory loss – 46.09
Sensory impact is a hidden problem for clinicians – 48.22
Do clinicians who are more skilled get better sensory outcomes? – 52.18
SENSe for lower limb – 54.26
Therapy accessibility – via therapy – 55.10
OT/PT joint UL therapy – ‘call to arms’ – 57.18

Papers and References

All papers and references can be found on the SENSe website

Recent Stroke Foundation webinars about SENSe
Assessment webinar:
Therapy webinar:
Also available at: https://informme.org.au/resources/loss-of-sensation – a great sensation resource page, see the videos at the bottom including an earlier presentation by SENSe team member Dr Liana Cahill


Leeanne’s La Trobe University Profile page

Stroke survivors with upper limb somatosensory issues may be eligible to participate in a program of SENSe Therapy at one of the following SENSe Therapy Centres:
  • Victoria: Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health (Austin Campus), or Alfred Health (Caulfield General Hospital), Melbourne.
  • New South Wales: Hunter New England Health (Rankin Park site), Newcastle.
  • South Australia: UniSA Health, Adelaide.
nb SENSe therapy is also being provided at several health care networks in Victoria and NSW