Dynamic movement in gait training is the accommodation of the natural biomechanical motions of the body needed for step taking. For children and adults with multiple disabilities who require physical support to walk, this means working with adaptive equipment and supportive guidance that accommodates movement patterns needed for walking. In this population, utilizing dynamic movement can often be the difference between minimal step-taking and functional ambulation. In today’s webinar, Lori Potts, PT discusses how incorporating dynamic movement contributes to effective gait training interventions.
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