Neuro_SCI_Gait

  1. What is needed to be a successful community ambulator? - 5
    • Intact pelvis control
    • B/L 3/5 hip flexors
    • 3/5 in 1 knee extensor
    • 1 KAFO
    • Reciprocal gait pattern
  2. @ what level can a wheelie be done?
    T1-T5
  3. @ what level can pt be a home ambulator w/assist?
    T6-T8
  4. @ what level can pt be independent home ambulator?
    T9-T12
  5. @ what level can pt be an independent home ambulator & WC community ambulator?
    T12-L3
  6. @ what level can pt be a community ambulator w/AFO?
    L4-L5
  7. Functional gait @ what level?
    T12
  8. Reciprocal hip hiking @ what level?
    T10
  9. Crutches @ what level?
    T6-T9
  10. Ambulation @ parallel bars @ what level?
    C5-T5
  11. T6-T9 SCI - gait pattern
    Swing-to gait pattern & Requires assistance
  12. T6-T9 SCI - amb w/what orthoses?
    B/L KAFOs & crutches
  13. T6-T9 SCI - ambulation - 2
    • Supervised ambulation for short distances
    • Physiological, limited household ambu­lator
  14. T6-T9 SCI - IND amb where & w/help of what?
    IND in swing-to gait in parallel bars w/B/L KAFOs for short distances
  15. T8 or T9 - standing; ambulation
    • Now have UE & abs
    • Can get away w/standing & ambulatory - very energy consuming
    • RGO (very short ambulation)
  16. T12-L3 SCI - gait pattern
    Swing-through or 4-point gait pattern
  17. T12-L3 SCI - amb w/what orthoses?
    B/L KAFOs & crutches
  18. T12-L3 SCI - IND amb where?
    IND amb - all surfaces & stairs
  19. T12-L3 SCI - household ambulation
    Household ambulation - IND
  20. T12-L3 SCI - community ambulation
    Community ambulation - WC
  21. L4-L5 SCI - amb w/what orthoses?
    IND w/B/L AFOs & crutches or canes
  22. L4-L5 SCI - home ambulation
    Independent
  23. L4-L5 SCI - community ambulation
    • IND community ambulators
    • May use WC for convenience or energy conservation
  24. Indications for Treadmill training (TT) using BWS for SCI
    Incomplete injuries (ASIA levels B, C and D)
  25. Exercise prescription for Treadmill training (TT) using BWS - frequency; duration; for how long?
    • High frequency (4 days/week)
    • Moderate duration (20-30 minutes)
    • Typically for 8-12 weeks
  26. Progression for Treadmill training (TT) using BWS - 3
    • DEC BWS
    • INC tread­mill speed
    • Eliminate manual assistance
  27. SCI - highest level for IND community ambulator; what aids will be needed?
    • Low lumbar - L4-L5
    • B/L AFOs + canes
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Tanuisha
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Neuro_SCI_Gait
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Neuro_SCI_Gait
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