1. LiteGait - Balancing Act

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    Guarding our clients during dynamic balance activities is an important task because it allows them the opportunity to be challenged outside of their current abilities. However, guarding is not the…

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    • LiteGait - Monitor Weight Bearing Restrictions with Ease

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      Here’s how to use the BiSym to safely keep your patient within their orthopedic weight bearing restrictions. For more detailed assistance, reach out to Clinical Support at PT@LiteGait.com. Don’t…

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      • LiteGait - Humming Helps

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        Give an additional element of control by asking the client to hum during the descent. The breath control utilized during humming positively correlates with normal movement strategies. See the difference…

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        • LiteGait - Resistance Builds Eccentrics

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          When dealing with stability issues, we must hone in on eccentric control. One way is with lateral overhead reaching, challenging the client’s base of support limits. Add resistance to improve…

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          • LiteGait - Learning to Let Go

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            Rhythmic arm swing contributes to gait stability, and becomes increasingly important with faster walking speeds. Why let your patient hold on to the handlebars when providing gait training in the…

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            • LiteGait - Q-pads for sit to stand

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              Clients who tend to fall backward or rely on the chair for support during sit to stand transfers need some extra assistance to get their weight forward. We often tell them “get your nose over…

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              • LiteGait - Keep the Hip Forward

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                Q-straps are versatile! Use a Q-strap connected to the opposite handlebar to promote limb advancement and prevent undesired trunk rotation. Combine with verbal and visual cues as needed to achieve…

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                • LiteGait - Easy Does It! Cue Longer Steps

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                  For clients who take short steps or have a hard time achieving a trailing limb posture, you can give verbal and visual cues to promote a longer step without exerting a lot of therapist effort.

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