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Tips for LiteGait

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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


LiteGait - ThinkAgain

LiteGait - Grapevine Challenge

Grapevine stepping is a common strategy we use to give our clients a dynamic gait and balance challenge. LiteGait allows the clinician... more


LiteGait -Extend your Options

LiteGait - Downward Cue Q Straps

Have you tried using Q-straps in creative ways? How about attaching them to the LiteGait base? Check out these tips for improving your... more


LiteGait - Crawl instead of walk

LiteGait - Mow the Lawn

To encourage eccentric control, have the client push forward on the LiteGait handlebars while walking over ground. While safely... more


LiteGait - Making gt easier

LiteGait - Easy Does It! Cue Longer Steps

For clients who take short steps or have a hard time achieving a trailing limb posture, you can give verbal and visual cues to promote... more


LiteGait -Trampoline

LiteGait - Keep the Hip Forward

Q-straps are versatile! Use a Q-strap connected to the opposite handlebar to promote limb advancement and prevent undesired trunk... more


LiteGait - Play ball

LiteGait - Q-pads for sit to stand

Clients who tend to fall backward or rely on the chair for support during sit to stand transfers need some extra assistance to get... more


LiteGait - Hand Grip Tip

LiteGait - Learning to Let Go

Rhythmic arm swing contributes to gait stability, and becomes increasingly important with faster walking speeds. Why let your patient... more


LiteGait - Don’t Trip

LiteGait - Poke the Ceiling

Using a cane or stick to poke at a laser dot on the ceiling is a great way to challenge the patient. Useful for trunk, upper or lower... more


LiteGait - Resistance Builds Eccentrics
When dealing with stability issues, we must hone in on eccentric control. One way is with lateral overhead reaching, challenging the client’s base of support limits. Add resistance to improve control... more

LiteGait - Adjusting handlebars

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