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Tips for LiteGait

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LiteGait - Chalk Talk

LiteGait -Don’t work so hard

LiteGait - One Size Fits Most

LiteGait - Speed makes a difference

LiteGait - Rigid or Flexible

LiteGait-Sit on it

LiteGait -Hip precautions

LiteGait - Why Bother

LiteGait - Care for your Battery

LiteGait- Adjusting for Smallest Use

Adjusting for Smallest Use


LiteGait pre-gait and overground

LiteGait - People can walk on their hands

LiteGait-Protocols A-B-C
Need a summary of some common treatment approaches to LiteGait Therapy? Mobility Research refers to this as Protocols A, B, and C

LiteGait -Record Limit Support BiSym

LiteGait - While You Rest Have a Ball
What do you do when your client needs a break? Do you take them off the treadmill and back into their chair? Try this tip to save yourself some time and effort! Have them sit on a large ball –right... more

LiteGait - Got Leg Straps

Crisscross straps
Does your client need some additional support in the back when using LiteGait? Try crisscrossing the posterior overhead straps to add that extra support. Works especially well for small children!

LiteGait -Give ‘Em a Squeeze

LiteGait - Hands-off for stooped posture

Correcting stooped posture during gait is a challenge. LiteGait offers some hands-off solutions, allowing the therapist freedom to use... more


LiteGait - Modify your approach

LiteGait - Do the Hula!

When your client has trouble shifting weight onto their involved side, or from front to back, engage them in a circular or “hula”... more


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