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Education Showcase
  • Online Refreshers

    Want to get the most out of your device to best benefit your clients?
    Our Online Refresher options are the perfect solution. 

  • ELP Extended Learning Packages

    Our goal for 2020 is 100% utilization. Our dedicated clinical support team is ready and willing to assist you with all of your...

  • Integrated FreeDome with BiSym Scale

    FreeDome allows the patient to freely rotate in place while remaining securely supported by the LiteGait®; harness.

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Dayle Federico

What they did. What they got. What would you have done?
An hour long discussion as three clinicians present clinical cases of varied patient scenarios using LiteGait. Specific cases will relate to patient diagnoses or to a specific targeted outcome. Each therapist will present an individual patient.

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The normal gait pattern is remarkably efficient, harnessing momentum and ground reaction forces to minimize the energy cost of walking. Following neurological injury, various movement impairments impede the ability to implement this pattern, leading to a decrease in walking, functional performance and participation.

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Beth Fischer, PhD, PT
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The brain’s capacity for recovery from damage is far greater than previously recognized. It is now understood that neuroplasticity can be facilitated through experience including environmental enrichment, exercise, forced-use, and complex skills training.

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This course will be an extension of the Geriatric Orthopedics series of webinars, part III of III*. The presentation will focus on clients that have chronic pain: back, knee, or ankle. We will not be addressing spinal stenosis (as it was covered on part I). Attendees will be presented with evidence-based management that is translated into and expanded on with videotape case examples for...

Alicia Nichols

What they did. What they got. What would you have done?
An hour long discussion as three clinicians present clinical cases of varied patient scenarios using LiteGait. Specific cases will relate to patient diagnoses or to a specific targeted outcome. Each therapist will present an individual patient. 

 

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Presenter(s):

This course will be an extension of the Geriatric Orthopedics series of webinars, part II of III. The presentation will focus on clients that have chronic pain: back, knee, or ankle. We will not be addressing spinal stenosis (as it was covered on part I). Attendees will be presented with evidence-based management that is translated into and expanded on with videotape case examples for optimal...

Paula Cox
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What they did. What they got. What would you have done? Participate in an hour long discussion as  clinicians present clinical cases of varied patient scenarios using LiteGait. Specific cases will relate to patient diagnoses or to a specific targeted outcome. Each therapist will present an individual patient, after which they will be available for a panel discussion.

Treadmill...

Diane Hubbard

Warren J. Lake, PT, DPT, NCS
Trendelenburg Gait - Pulley Resistance During Treadmill Training, as a functional Treatment for Trendelenburg Gait Post CVA

Diane Hubbard, PT
High level balance patient using LiteGait Balance tests and videos for before and...

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