Videos Chest Prompt
Cathy Ripmaster, MS, PT, demonstrates the chest prompt on the Rifton Pacer and discusses positioning for effective gait training.
Videos Arm Prompts
Cathy Ripmaster, PT demonstrates the arm prompts on the Rifton Pacer and discusses positioning for effective gait training.
Videos Series Intro
Introducing “Pacer Positioning in Depth,” a new video series with Cathy Ripmaster, MS, PT. We’ll talk about the various Pacer support and positioning components and demonstrate how to use them.
Tips & Advice When the Pacer Chest Prompt Is Too High July 14, 2021 by Elena Noble, MPT
Cathy Ripmaster, MS, PT demonstrates some ways to fix a common problem with positioning in the Pacer.
Webinars Benefits of Dynamic Movement in Gait Training
Lori Potts, PT discusses how dynamic support options lead to better gait training outcomes.
PT/OT Benefits of Dynamic Movement in Gait Training May 18, 2021 by Elena Noble, MPT
Functional ambulation is a primary goal for people with disabilities. In today’s webinar, Lori Potts, PT discusses how incorporating dynamic movement contributes to effective gait training interventions.
Tips & Advice Functional Positioning of the Pacer Chest Prompt April 29, 2021 by Elena Noble, MPT
In the next installment of our Pacer Positioning In Depth video series, Cathy Ripmaster, MS, PT discusses options for placement and functional use of the chest prompt on the Rifton Pacer gait trainer.
Tips & Advice Functional Positioning of the Pacer Arm Prompts March 22, 2021 by Elena Noble, MPT
In the first of a new video series, Cathy Ripmaster, MS, PT discusses options for placement and functional use of the arm prompts on the Rifton Pacer gait trainer.
Webinars Get Active, Get Ahead
Lori Potts, PT shares inspirations and ideas towards creating inclusive environments and effective functional fitness initiatives for children in adaptive equipment, to promote better health and quality of life.
PT/OT Physical Activity Disability and Health November 30, 2020 by Elena Noble, MPT
Creative mobility initiatives and activity-based strategies can improve health and foster inclusion for children with disabilities.
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