Active Rehab for Neuro, Ortho & Spine clients Webinar

Learn why hospitals, rehab centres, clinics and home care services across Canada are recommending the ACTIVATOR™ Poles & technique developed by a therapist for improving gait patterns, posture, walking tolerance, core strength and off-loading compared to canes, crutches and even walkers (under the assessment of a therapist). Designed with 8 features to promote stability, safety and core strengthening. Webinar includes: Research Review, ACTIVATOR technique for stability and offloading and seated, standing & pre-gait exercises using poles.

Presenter: Lisa Dykeman, Physiotherapist

Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Time: Noon AST (45 minutes)
Cost: Free

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Richard MacDonald using ACTIVATOR poles for treatment of a spinal cord injury at Toronto Rehab. Richard MacDonald’s Facebook video

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