Next Level Gait Analysis Utilizing Ai: Biomechanics Unlocked!

Event Date:

Sep 17, 2021 • 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Enhance your observational understanding of the full scope of your patients’ biomechanical needs and mobility. During this event, learn how you can utilize groundbreaking AI motion analysis technology to assist you in creating a best-in-class improvements roadmap. This proprietary software and data collection will give you access to key insights that will help validate your treatment protocols. The visible data from the program can then be shared with the patient enriching their experience with you and your facility. This will provide better engagement with the patient. They will more fully understand their personal health needs and your treatment recommendations, leading to better outcomes while building more communication and trust with your patients.

Speakers

Rich Dubin - Founder of Lerexpo

Robert Conenello, DPM

Owner Orangetown Podiatry

Jeff Lambert-Shemo, ATC

Director of Sports Medicine, NovaCare Rehabilitation Northern Ohio

Dr. Stu Campbell

Extended Scope Foot & Ankle/Biomechanics Specialist

Rich Dubin - Founder of Lerexpo

Richard Dubin

Founder & CEO, LER Magazine, lerEXPO

Agenda

Biomechanical Assessment of the Athlete

September 17, 2021, 03:00 PM – 03:40 PM EDT(-04:00)
Robert Conenello, DPM
You are going to learn the importance of a biomechanical assessment of the athlete in order to obtain the necessary data to formulate an effective treatment plan for various pathologies.

Practical Application of Functional Testing to Drive Clinical Care

September 17, 2021, 03:40 PM – 04:20 PM EDT(-04:00)
Jeff Lambert-Shemo, ATC
The goal of this session is to assist clinicians in putting functional testing to work for themselves and their patients to improve clinical outcomes. Following this session, a clinician should expect to be able determine when functional testing, especially utilizing technology, is appropriate and how to organize a treatment or rehabilitation program to address the imbalances. Utilizing functional testing highlights deficiencies in the kinetic chain which may or may not be related to the site of pain or dysfunction. Addressing issues in the kinetic chain can improve recovery and minimize the opportunity for re-injury resulting in increased positive outcomes.

Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment of Ankle Impingement

September 17, 2021, 04:20 PM – 05:00 PM EDT(-04:00)
Dr. Stu Campbell
Research suggests that ankle impingement accounts for 15-30% of all sports injuries (Pillay & Frantz, 2012). Ankle sprains in sport may result in varying degrees of debilitation, including decreased performance, absence from competition, and adverse psychological effects (McGowan 1994). This impact transcends sport and can affect nonsporting individuals as well and their ability to perform activities of daily living. The typical mechanism of injury is a combination of inversion and adduction of the foot in plantar flexion. There is strong evidence that within 1 year after injury, athletes have twice the risk of a recurrent ankle sprain (Mitchell 2008). The aim of this talk is to take our attendees through the current evidence available, the mechanism of injury, accurate clinical diagnosis, further investigations and of course successful treatment of the pathology and what tools we can use throughout this process.

Expert Roundtable and Q&A

September 17, 2021, 05:00 PM – 05:30 PM EDT(-04:00)
Robert Conenello, DPM, Jeff Lambert-Shemo, ATC, Dr. Stu Campbell, Richard Dubin
Engage with the experts and have all your questions answered.

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