The treatment of postural and motor deficits in patients with motor and perceptual disorders requires a very detailed knowledge of the motor and neurological systems and experience in the individual application of treatment principles.
Within the theoretical part of the course essential concepts of therapy are conveyed through a set of multi-media lessons. The aim is to explain the effect of the dynamic foot orthoses on the control of tonus and movement, balance and stability as well as the sensory system.
The practical hands-on workshop will then focus on the clinical application of the acquired knowledge. Each work session is demonstrated and then implemented by the participant. After the appropriate model technique all steps of the DAFO production process are conducted and participants learn how to apply exact adjustment to arrive at optimal results.
Orthotics Lower Extremities 3:
|ACADEMIC LECTURES – ONLINE||5 weeks|
|CLINICAL WORKSHOP – ONSITE||6 days|
|FOLLOW_UP PERIOD – ONLINE||3 month|