Regaining balance and walking ability after, for example, a stroke or amputation is a very important goal for many patients. The assessment of the functions that are important in walking is of great importance here.
The course aims to identify gait disorders and formulate treatment options through a structured analysis of gait (incl. clinical tests, ground reaction forces and EMG). The course has a strong interactive character and has ample attention for working out patient cases.
The course is aimed at rehabilitation physicians, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, movement scientists, orthotists and movement technologists working within rehabilitation and orthopedics. The program consists of 7 course days. The total study load consists of homework assignments (average of 4 hours per course day) in which the learned skills are further practiced.
For 2022, the course days are set at:
Day 1 Thursday, March 10
Day 2 Thursday, March 24
Day 3 Friday, March 25
Day 4 Thursday, April 21
Day 5 Friday, April 22
Day 6 Thursday, May 12
Day 7 Friday, May 13
The maximum number of registrations has now been reached. You can sign up for the waiting list. This waiting list (in order of entry) will be used in case of cancellations and for the next edition.
Contact: Inger Makaske
Telephone: 088 087 5711
For general inquiries, please contact us using the contact form.