APTA Combined Sections Meeting
Visit us at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting!
New Orleans, Louisiana
February 21-24, 2018
Stop by booth 1430 and the TechnoPalooza event for live demonstrations of APDM’s Mobility Lab at the APTA CSM in New Orleans. Used by hundreds of universities and hospitals worldwide, Mobility Lab provides sensitive and valid gait and balance analysis. These outcome measures provide actionable data for tracking rehabilitation, monitoring neurological conditions (such as Cerebral Palsy and developmental delay), and quantifying movement patterns during functional tasks using instrumentation.
Mobility Lab makes it easy to collect, analyze, and store data. Attach APDM’s Opal movement sensors to your subject, and instruct them to perform a standardized test (such as Timed Up & Go). A report is then automatically generated compared against normative values…from set up to test results in less than five minutes! Building on Mobility Lab, APDM’s newest solution, Moveo Explorer, offers joint angle data during gait and provides insights into joint range of motion.
APDM’s Stephanie Hertzog, Kristen Sowalsky, and Victoria Suhay will be providing demonstrations of the gait and balance analysis system, Mobility Lab, and the new Moveo Explorer, featuring automated joint angle data and kinematic analysis.
TechnoPalooza: “A Tech Playground for TeleRehab and Remote Patient Monitoring”
New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
3:00-6:00pm Friday, February 23rd
Fay Horak: “The Current Wave of Technology – Should We Ride It or Should We Start Paddling?”
Eugene Michaels Research Forum
3:00-5:00pm Saturday, February 24th
“The Association Between Dual-task Gait After Concussion and Prolonged Symptom Duration.”
Howell, et al. Journal of Neurotrama, 2017
“Using Wearable Sensors to Characterize Cerebral Palsy Gait.”
El-Gohary, et al. Lower Extremity Review, 2017