Advanced Gait Training for Lower Extremity Amputee Patients
Reviewed April 2012
This video demonstrates advanced gait skills as an educational tool for physical therapists, physical therapy students and patients. It is for individuals who have had an amputation for five years or more and require no assistive devices. Exercises such as climbing stairs, ramps, curbs and escalators, transferring from standing to sitting on floor and back, picking up objects and stepping over objects are demonstrated by persons with unilateral below-knee amputation, bilateral below-knee amputations, unilateral above-knee amputation, both below-knee and above-knee amputations, and bilateral above-knee amputations.
|Title:||Advanced Gait Training for Lower Extremity Amputee Patients|
|Publisher:||Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Academy|
|Published at:||Chicago, IL|
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago LIFE Center
345 E. Superior St.
Chicago, IL 60611
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|Shelf Code:||MI WB 541 A382 1993 video|
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