Active Living for Orthopaedic Rehab

July 10, 2019 | By

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ACTIVATOR ℗ Poles are an evidence-based, patented tool that is revolutionizing rehabilitation. Prescribed extensively across all continuums of healthcare for therapy and for the reduction of passive mobility device use, such as canes, crutches and walkers (when appropriate).

Learn how the ACTIVATOR Poles can benefit individuals with hip and knee conditions, such as osteoarthritis and those who are surgery outpatients. Over 280+ research studies have examined the impact of Nordic walking and the results speak for themselves!

In this webinar:

  • Overview of research
  • Discover an effective alternative (or in conjunction) to passive devices, such as canes, and to delay/reduce the use of walkers and crutches.
  • Understand how to utilize the design of the ACTIVATOR Poles for improved core strength, improving gait outcomes as well as off-loading.
  • Additional exercises for pre-post hip & knee surgery will also be highlighted.

 

Guest Speaker:  Lisa Dykeman, registered physiotherapist
Presenter: Mandy Shintani, Reg. OT (BC) & Gerontologist

Date: August 15, 2019  Time:   12 noon EST

Cost: Free

Audience:  Healthcare Professionals

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