Date: 5-6 August 2017
Presented By: Brett Winchester
Early bird available until 30 June 2017
Many of today’s practitioners have abandoned their gait analysis skills, underestimating their crucial role in diagnosing and measuring progress with patients. From an effective gait analysis, health care providers can glean “soft findings,” which lead to proper functional tests. These functional tests often confirm the primary dysfunction in the kinetic chain and, thus the appropriate treatment protocol: manual therapy, targeted exercises, or both. When the correct screens are performed during gait analysis, practitioners can significantly streamline the evaluation process for the lower extremity. The challenge remains with selecting the proper screens to perform since the area of symptomatic pain often does not directly correlate with the functional deficit. Upon conducting a proper gait analysis and evaluation process, the clinician and patient will benefit from a precise roadmap for treatment regardless of the patient’s origin of pain
12 CPD Hours
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