This course utilizes movement and gait analysis as a basis to target a clinician’s evaluation and treatment to maximize recovery after stroke. Motion analysis laboratory data is used to assist clinicians in understanding the mechanics, kinematics and muscle action during normal and pathologic gait. Evidence from multi-center trials as well as case studies, and the Instructor’s clinical expertise are all blended to assist participants with problem-solving treatment priorities that maximize recovery of function and movement. A bracing algorithm is introduced to assist clinician’s with making decisions about AFO and KAFO use for their patients after stroke.
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Tickets for 2021 Advanced Clinical Practice of the Stroke Patient at Halifax can be booked here.
|Ticket Information||Ticket Price|
|Standard Ticket||USD 480|
|Brooks Clinician||USD 240|
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