Active Living with MSI & Sports Injuries for Instructors

Learn why therapists are using the Activator & Urban Poles for MSI & Sport Injuries for clients to achieve;

  • Functional gait pattern
  • Improved posture
  • Decreased pain
  • Increased core strength
  • Increased walking tolerance
  • Increased range of motion
  • Off-loading on lower extremity joints

Conditions Include:

  • Hip & Knee OA
  • Ankle injuries
  • Post Spinal Stenosis Surgery
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Shoulder – rotator cuff injuries (post acute phase)
  • ACL – weight bearing as tolerated stage
  • Cross Training & Injury Prevention

I have had 7 major spine surgeries for congenital spinal stenosis and two major fracture dislocations of L3 and L2. Now fused from T9 to S2 and using a body brace. In my right leg, there is no sensation, no proprioception and loss of quad and hip flexion power. I am able to walk using poles for 3 hours per day at 14 months post op.

Dr. Jack Taunton, Chief Medical Officer, 2010 Olympics


  • Research Benefits
  • Activator Technique
  • Case Studies
  • Exercises with Poles
  • Guidelines & Contraindications
Content Information
Date & Time:
Tuesday April 17, 2018, 6 pm PST & 9 pm EST (45 minutes)
Mandy Shintani, Reg. OT (BC) & Gerontologist
Guest Speaker:
Darcy Bolton, PT

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