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Tirsdag 23. marts 2021 Kl. 8.00 & kl. 12.00

Recorded Tips & tricks 70 minutes:
08.00 LiteGait for Children with Cerebral Palsy & Developmental Delay: Practical Strategies for Use
12.00 LiteGait for Children with Cerebral Palsy & Developmental Delay: Practical Strategies for Use

LiteGait as an extra pair of hands or to gain benefits from postural support and off-loading, you will
find this webinar full of practical tips and tricks for most effective and efficient use. We will discuss
and demonstrate what works and what doesn’t work when treating children with CP and DD using
the LiteGait environment.

Tirsdag den 20. april 2021 kl. 8.00 & kl. 12.00

Recorded Clinical Case 90 minutes:
08.00 Braking Bad: Eccentric control for walking and mobility
12.00 Braking Bad: Eccentric control for walking and mobility

Eccentric muscle contractions are the brakes of the human movement system. The speaker will
present novel ideas on the role of eccentrics in walking and other motor tasks. In the normal gait
pattern, the majority of muscle contractions are eccentric, yielding remarkable efficiency:
harnessing momentum and ground reaction forces to minimize the energy cost of walking. In
individuals with neurological injuries, movement impairments impede the ability to generate
eccentric contractions or to time muscle contractions correctly, yielding co-contraction. This leads
to a decrease in walking, functional performance and participation. The speaker will identify how
these impairments impede gait ability and how to promote eccentric muscle contractions in
intervention programs to minimize negative effects on gait and maximize walking performance.

DownLoad program her: Invitation Webinars 2021