San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Gait and Microprocessor Knees Training
Hosted By: Ottobock and Mobility Clinic, Inc.
This seminar will provide physical therapists, physicians and other healthcare workers an overview of the functions and benefits of prosthetic knees and specifically the C-leg, Genium and X3. The course includes lecture and patient case study / demonstration. A review of the gait cycle and how individuals with amputations compensate in their walking will be covered. Gait training, balance and weight shifting exercises will be included. Tips for training a patient to utilize the functions of a microprocessor knee will be demonstrated also during the symposium.
Presenter: Cale Konetchy, CP
Cale came to Ottobock in 2008 bringing 9 years additional clinical experience to the job. His current role in the Academy involves instructing prosthetic foot and knee courses including C-Leg, Genium, Harmony, and Helix. Cale enjoys making music and his daily goal is to facilitate the best possible prosthetic outcomes for our customers and their end users.
4 NJBPTE, 4.8 NYPTA, and 4 (s) ABC CEUs
4:30 - 5:00 pm - Registration
5:00 - 9:00 pm - Course and dinner
Dinner will be provided.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please email or call one of the below contacts at Mobility Clinic, Inc.:
Marketing - Mobility Clinic, Inc.
Rakesh Jain, CPO
Clinician - Mobility Clinic, Inc
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Ottobock North America
Ottobock uses innovative technology, superior service, and world-class education to help people with physical mobility challenges. Established in 1919 in Germany, Ottobock opened its doors in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978. Currently in its third generation as a privately held company, Ottobock offers products and services to help people maintain or regain their freedom of movement.