BAPO CPD EVENT

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BAPO CPD EVENT




PAEDIATRIC GAIT ANALYSIS

AND ORTHOTIC MANAGEMENT:

A SEGMENTAL KINEMATIC APPROACH

2 Day course


8
th

&
9
th

November 2013

9.00am


5.00pm

Min No. Due Date: 23
rd

October 2013


Venue:
Salts Healthcare

Richard Street

Aston

Birmingham

B7 4AA

England



baPo ltd

Tel:

0141 561 7217

BAPO Secretariat

Fax:

0141 561 7218

Sir James Clark Building




Abbey Mill Business Centre

email:

ashley@bapo.com

Paisley


jennifer@bapo.com

PA1 1TJ





web:

www.bapo.com



Introduction

and syllabus

The course explores a fresh approach to the observation and
analysis of normal gait and standing, and the classification and
management of gait
disorders. The biomechanics of normal gait
and standing, and the pathological gaits of disabling conditions will
be extensively reviewed, with particular reference to orthotic
management. Pre
-
gait analysis and orthotic management
assessment will be demonst
rated. The emphasis of patient cases
will focus on cerebral palsy, myelomeningocoele and other
neurological conditions. Participants will gain a knowledge of the
aims of orthotic management and how to achieve them through:
the biomechanics of ankle
-
foot or
thoses, the influence of footwear,
varieties of ‘AFO Footwear Combination’ design, tuning ‘AFO
Footwear Combinations’ to optimise gait and extensive video
examples. In addition live patient demonstrations will help
participants refine their clinical decisi
on making skills involved in
gait analysis and orthotic design.

Syllabus

DAY 1


A.M. SESSION 1:

Defining the movements of the body segments and joints in three
planes.






Normal standing and gait:

Kinematics of standing

Divisions of the gait

cycle

Kinematics of segments and joints in the divisions of the gait cycle








A.M. SESSION 2:

Normal standing and gait:

Kinetics of standing.

Kinetics of the divisions of the gait cycle

Interaction of segment kinematics and kinetics i
n standing and in
gait

Muscle activity in gait.



P.M. SESSION 3:

Clinical assessment prior to gait analysis and orthotic
management.


P.M. SESSION 4:

Musculotendinous units. Length, st
rength, stiffness and plasticity.

Assessing for the sagittal Angle of the Ankle in the AFO.

Use of algorithm to determine optimum Angle of Ankle in AFO.


DAY 2


A.M. SESSION 1 & 2:

Pathological standing and gaits of disabling conditions with
emphasis
on CP, myelomeningocoele and neurological conditions.

Categorisation of gait disorders by segment deviation.

Biomechanics of a variety of ankle foot orthosis design.

Biomechanics of a variety of footwear design worn with AFOs

Biomechanics of a variety of .
AFO
-
footwear combination’ designs
and their applications.

Aims of orthotic management.

Tuning ‘AFO
-
footwear combinations’ to optimise their performance
during gait, standing and first steps. Includes alignment of the
AFOFC and tuning of the AFOFC design fo
r the whole gait cycle
by refining the design of the AFO and footwear.

Use of algorithm for designing, aligning and tuning AFO
-
footwear
combinations

Video examples of the effects of interventions with a variety of
‘AFO
-
footwear combination’ designs and tun
ing of these AFOFCs
to optimise standing, first steps and walking.


P.M. SESSION 3 and 4:

Video demonstrations of a variety of pathological gait types,
orthotic management and tuning by video vector generator.

Learning
Outcomes
:

By the end of this
course participants should be able to:



Describe kinematic (movement) analysis of standing and the
div
isions of the normal gait cycle
, with equal emphasis on
movements of the joints and movements of segments relative
to the vertical.



Descri
be kinetic (for
ce) analysis of
standing and the divisions
of the normal gait cycle and the interact
ion of kinematics with
kinetics.



Describe and discuss the kinematics and kinetics of
pathological standing and gaits, gait deviations at segments
and joints and categorizat
ion of pathological gaits by segment
deviation.



Demonstrate clinical assessment prior to gait analysis and
orthotic provision; including joint ranges, bony torsions, muscle
lengths and tone.



Distinguish the assessments required to decide on the
optimum s
agittal angle of the ankle in an AFO and
demonstrate the use of a clinical algorithm.



Distinguish and discuss the biomechanics of a wide variety of
AFO and footwear design.



Use a clinical algorithm, based on categorization of
pathological gait by seg
ment deviation in order to facilitate
decision making for optimal design of ‘AFO footwear
combinations’ for a variety of gait disorders.



Discuss kinematic and kinetic principles of designing, aligning
and tuning ‘AFO footwear combinations’ through gait ana
lysis,
in order to optimize their effect at segments and joints in each
of the divisions of the gait cycle.



Perform kinematic tuning of ‘AFO footwear combinations’ using
slow motion video analysis.

Perform combined kinematic and kinetic tuning.

Intended

Participants
:

Orthotists and physiotherapists and other AHP’s involved in AFO
provision and gait analysis
.

Certificates
:

All course participants will receive an attendance certificate upon
completion of the course.

Event
Contributors
:

ELAINE OWEN MSc
SRP MCSP

Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist

Contact
Information
:


To register for this event please complete the registration form and
send it to the BAPO Secretariat together with your payment
alternatively
email completed registration form to
enquiries@bapo.com

with credit/debit card information.
For
additional registration forms please visit the Education page or the
Short Course CPD forum at
www.bapo.com

Terms
&
Conditions
:


Please note that:



Places will be alloca
ted on a first
-
come
-
first
-
serve
d

basis.
Please apply early to avoid disappointment.



Full payment can be accepted at the time of booking.
Alternatively, a deposit of £50 can be
paid to secure a place
and will
be taken at the point
of
booking. Payment of
outstanding balance
will become

due
once minimum numbers
are achieved
. Should BAPO cancel the course for any
reason, attendees will receive a full refund. However, should
an at
tendee cancel a booking for any reason registration
payments
will not

be refunded.



Employers wishing to book several places can do
so by
credit/debit card or BACS
. Please note that any unused
places MUST be paid for in full.



Courses must attain minimum nu
mbers in order to ensure
BAPO does not incur undue costs
.
With this in mind,
registration

forms must be returned
by the due date

on front
of booking form.



If you wish to pay by credit/debit card please contact the
Secretariat



If you wish to pay by BACS, y
ou can do so by using:



Account Number:
00687226

Sort Code:
83
-
46
-
00




A
remittance
advice must
be submitted with BACS


p
ayment in order to secure place.


Course
Funding
:


We encourage orthotic personnel (Orthotists, Orthotic
Technicians, Orthotic
Assistants) to apply for reimbursement
from the Orthotic Education and Training Trust
.
Application forms
are available from the OETT or BAPO websites
www.oett.org.uk

www.bapo.com

Requests for reimbursement must
include evidence
of reflective learning using the CPD form provided on the website.


BAPO
Students
:


BAPO students can utilise empty places available on courses at
the reduced rate of £50 per course.


Places will be offered on a
first
-
come, first
-
served basis.


Student places will become
available 1 month before the intended course date and only when
mini
mum numbers have been achieved, and where no other full
paying registration
has been received.


Students giv
en the
opportunity to attend a short course at the reduced fee must
submit an article for inclusion in the next available issue of
BAPOmag.


Future

courses
:

Unable to attend the scheduled dates but interested in attending?
Please complete the details below and forward to the Secretariat
who will inform you of future events.

In order to collate information for planning future courses please
indicate
your preferred
:

Geographical Area:

Course Topic (please tick appropriate):

Conventional Prosthetics


Upper Limb Prosthetics


Rare Sites (Prosthetics)


Gait Analysis and AFO

s

Assessment and Prescription


Extending Practice (e.g. Serial casting, Kinseo taping,
complementary exercises)

Do you have the necessary skills/knowledge to present a course
on behalf of BAPO to your fellow colleagues and the wider MDT?
If yes

please provide details of which topic area you would be
interested in presenting:






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Ref: EDU/13/015


AFO
-
FC

Discipline


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(if applicable)


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Mobile Tel No.


Email Address


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