Computerized Gait Analysis

Computerized Gait Analysis (CGA) is an objective method of examining human walking using markers, cameras and computers to track motion.

The purpose of a gait lab is to quantify human motion and aid the decision making in the management of neuromuscular conditions.

This online course comprises 2 modules and 2 case studies. The modules provide an introduction to the Standardized Physical Assessment, and an outline of the tools and methods used in 3D CGA.


From Oct 21, 2017 to Jan 18, 2018
2 hours
5373

Contact Info

Alec Black

alec.black@phsa.ca