Hydrotherapy for Gait Re-Education is Focus of November 18 Webinar

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A webinar titled “The Use of Hydrotherapy for Gait Re-Education” scheduled for 11 am (EST) November 18 will feature Kerry Glendon, MSc BSc(Hons), mCSP, mMACP, mACPSEM, mAACP, clinical specialist, Perform at St George’s Park, as speaker. The event is sponsored by Middletown, Pa-headquartered HydroWorx.

According to a news release from Hydroworx, the webinar will address how to identify dysfunction of walking and running gait on land. The presentation will detail exercises in the pool that may improve the altered movement patterns and the outcomes gained using aquatics with patients at Perform, St. George’s Park.

The event also reports that those who attend will learn how to identify many common gait dysfunctions, as well as ways hydrotherapy can be used for early gait re-education. Attendees will also hear discussion about specific hydrotherapy exercises that are designed to be beneficial in restoring a proper gait pattern.

Webinar speaker Kerry Glendon graduated from Keele University in 2007 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. She has since completed her Masters in Manual Therapy at the University of Nottingham and gained membership of the Musculoskeletal Association of Charted Physiotherapists (MACP).

[Source: HydroWorx]