Lab for Pediatric Neuromotor Rehabilitation (Part 2)
On Day 4, fifteen lab participants will execute 8 musculoskeletal assessments under supervision. These participants will complete the program by participating in a case presentation, in which they will be asked at random to explain ongoing procedures, to try executing an assessment procedure. Instructor will undertake orthotic modifications and interventions as are indicated by the child’s function and findings.
Participants completing the lab sessions on Day 4 are expected to be able to:
- Acquire novice-level skill in executing 8 LE musculoskeletal assessment procedures:
- sacral angle
- 2-Joint hip flexor test
- hip rotation in extension
- Modified Ryder’s Test
- hamstring muscle length test (R1)
- patella angle
- thigh/foot angle
- passive Ankle DFOM with knee extended – R1 & R2.
- Case presentation: be prepared to execute one assessment procedure upon request, and explain the