Zertifizierung und Seminare

Classification of Gait Types at Apoplexy to Standardise the Orthotic Treatment

  • Authors: Daniel Sabbagh1, Jörg Fior2, Ralf Gentz2
  • Institutions: 1FIOR & GENTZ GmbH – Scientific Editing, 2FIOR & GENTZ GmbH – Management
  • Form of Contribution: poster
  • Congress: OTWorld 2014
  • Location: Leipzig, Germany
  • Date: 13–16 May 2014
  • Expert Association: German Federal Guild Association for Orthopaedic Technology (Bundesinnungsverband für Orthopädietechnik, BIV-OT)

Summary: A classification of gait types following a stroke can optimise an orthotic treatment. By means of the knee and leg position in mid stance, the pathological gait can be assessed easily. A classification of apoplexy patients was developed based on the biomechanical characteristics determined in a gait analysis of five apoplexy patients. This classification has the potential to improve the cooperation within the interdisciplinary team and to standardise orthotic treatment.

Keywords: stroke, orthotics, classification, gait analysis, physiotherapy

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