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Vi inviterer til LiteGait Tips & Tricks Webinar.

Webinarerne gælder for praktiserende brugere, nye bruger, alle der ønsker at vide mere om LiteGait. Få en smagsprøve på, hvad vores continuing education program kan tilbyde.

Disse planlagte webinarer præsenteres af vores Europa-træner, der vil være med under og efter. Webinaret er forud indspillet med vores amerikanske undervisere, inklusiv patientbehandlinger, det efterlader deltagerne med ideer, tips og tricks til at tage med hjem og anvende i den daglige praksis. Hvert webinar følges op af live spørgsmål og diskussion med vores træner fra Rehab-Partner. 

Det er muligt at deltage i alle webinar, for tilmelding bedes du/I sende navn, arbejdssted/afdeling, e-mail og vi fremsender en invitation til vores online webinar. I kan deltage som I vil, alene eller i en gruppe. Det er gratis at deltage. Send Jeres oplysninger til e-mail: info@rehab-partner.dk. Webinarerne foregår på engelsk.

Tuesday 23rd of March 2021 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

Tuesday 20th of April 2021 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

Download program her: Invitation Webinars 2021

Udover det planlagte tip og tricks program tilbyder vi webinars on demand, I kan booke os til et online webinar når det passer jer. Her er det også muligt at vælge frit fra programmet eller nedenstående: 

Webinars on demand

Busting the Myths – separating facts from notions. Tips & Tricks, 70 minutes. 

Pediatric Tips & Tricks, 70 minutes

Clinical Classes:

The Skill that connect Us by Mike Studer PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, 145 minutes

A Stroke is not a Stroke is not a Stroke! By Petra Williams PT, PhD, NCS & Valerie A. Carter PT, DPT, NCS 66 minutes

Program & indhold

Tuesday 23rd of March 2021 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.

Live: Questions and open discussion
The instructor: Kayli Morgan, PT, MS, is the Clinical Education Supervisor at Mobility Research where she interacts with LiteGait users daily to offer advice, assistance, and additional education on PWB-GT and LiteGait use. She acts as a liaison for both LiteGait customers and LiteGait Trainers. She received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in Dallas in 1999. She has a wide variety of clinical experiences, including acute care, subacute care, skilled nursing care, long term care, outpatient, and home health. She has utilized LiteGait in both inpatient and outpatient settings since being introduced to partial weight bearing gait therapy concepts in 2001. In addition to LiteGait trainings, she presents the LiteGait Therapy: Clinical Tips & Tricks webinar series 

Tuesday 20th of April 2021 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.

Course Objectives: State how the mechanics of breathing, talking, and postural control are inter-active and inter-dependent components of normal movement strategies.
1. Discuss the potential benefits of utilizing voicing strategies to improve postural control in order to
treat gait impairment and enhance locomotor performance.
2. Identify eccentric elements of a biomechanically-efficient gait pattern that are not present in
specific gait patterns demonstrated by individuals with neurological impairments.
3. Select intervention strategies or techniques to elicit eccentric muscle contractions and address the
timing and alignment deficits observed in the gait pattern(s) of neurologically-impaired individuals.
4. Select intervention strategies or techniques to address the timing and alignment deficits observed
in the gait pattern(s) of neurologically-impaired individuals
Live: Questions and open discussion

The Instructor: Nechama Karman, PT, MS, PCS, is a board certified pediatric physical therapist in private practice in Great Neck, NY. She has extensive experience in pediatric and adult rehabilitation settings, including inpatient, outpatient, acute and long-term rehab as well as home-based environments. She has been a LiteGait clinical trainer since 2008, and since 2010 has been responsible for ongoing clinical education programs for Mobility Research – including the facilitation of the online Journal Club, Case Studies & other clinical webinars. She has used LiteGait extensively across populations for both gait training and advanced skills training, primarily in individuals with acquired brain injuries and other neurological deficits. She was formerly on faculty at the School of Health Professions, Behavioral and Life Sciences of New York Institute of Technology, in Old Westbury, NY and School of Health Sciences, Hunter College of the City University of New
York.

ONLINE UDDANNELSE

Vi har et stort udvalg af webinarer, live-seminarer, casebeskrivelser, LiteGait-uddannelseskurser m.m. på Mobility Research Institute of Continuing Education. Her er ledende eksperter repræsenteret med de nyeste undersøgelser, forskning og træningsmetoder inden for neurologisk, pædiatrisk, geriatrisk og ortopædisk rehabilitering.

Se mere her: Mobility Research Continuing Education