How Activator Poles Improve Gait- Speed, Stride & Balance

Learn how to use Activator Poles (patent pending) to improve all outcomes of gait: balance, stride length, arm swing, speed and less gait variability. A case study from a gait assessment lab was reviewed as well as other videos of gait changes with clients with Parkinson’s, stroke, ABI and older adults. 

“The Activator Poles by far are the most effective tool I’ve ever used! Overall It’s been great for my Rehab and great for my Recovery.”  Lynn Belanger, stroke client

Agenda:

  • Brief review of 9 current/new studies on Activator poles
         mobility and fall prevention
  • A case study with the ProtoKinetics Zeno Walkway Gait
         Analysis System
  • Videos of other gait changes for clients with  Parkinson’s,
         stroke, ABI & older adults
  • Sample exercises for improving standing tolerance and
          pre-gait skills
  • Activator technique for stability and balance

ACTIVATOR℗ Gait Assessment Case Study

Case study gait assessment with the Zeno Walkway and ProtoKinetics Movement Analysis Software of walking with ACTIVATOR  poles vs. walking without poles:

  • Significant increase in walking speed
  • Significant increase in step length
  • Decreased stride width Less variability
  • Decreased cadence
Content Information
Date & Time:
Thursday September 20th 2018, 12:00-1:00pm (EST)
Presenter:
Gabriella De Nino, Kinesiologist
Audience:
Healthcare Professionals
Guest Speakers:
Patrick Roscher, Chief Technical Support Engineer, ProtoKinetics Zeno Walkway Gait Analysis System

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