February 26-27, 2022
A 'normal' walking pattern is different for each person, depending on their specific needs. The key is to identify deficits that contribute to abnormal gait patterns and build each system appropriately. This course's systematic approach will enhance differential diagnosis skills when assessing gait patterns and assist with developing comprehensive rehabilitation programs designed to improve functional gait at home and in the community.
Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
earned her masters of physical therapy in 1991 from Northern Arizona University. She was NDT certified in 1995, received her certification as a neurology specialist by the APTA in 2000 and received her certification as an orthopedic specialist in 2002. In May of 2002 the University of Southern California awarded Kim a doctorate of physical therapy.
This is an intermediate level course applicable for PT, PTA, OT, AT