Introduction to Gait Analysis
A series of lectures that examines how the quadruped moves at different gaits. It examines how the leg bone is connected to the head bone and everything in between. The student gains an appreciation for how it requires every bone, ligament, tendon, muscle and joint to take 1 step. This explains how important it is to understand compensations and primary lesions. It will help the attendee illustrate the necessity of chiropractic care in the quadruped patient.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 3
- Duration 4.5 hours
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Enjoyed the lectures. I've had the opportunity to listen to Dr. O and Dr. Amy lecture on several occasions (incl. right before and after their wedding!!) Good useful material in the comfort of my home. Ability to utilize into my evaluation and management of my practice. I feel that this info will make me a better practitioner. Looking forward to future classes online and in person…
The format gave concrete examples of each subject so I could practice gait analysis and see the variations of movement. There was reiteration and examples with different animals. I found the range of motion exercises helpful with the treats. I found the exercise of walking a horse up and downhill helpful for determining front end or back end lameness. I found the examples of front or back end soreness of jumping in or out of a car for a dog very helpful too…
I love the fact that I can pause the session and come back later, or rewatch certain parts. I particularly liked the video demonstrations with Dr O and Dr Amy. It was helpful to see the "case study" examples. It was great info and very well done…
South Carolina Association of Veterinarians – Approved for 4.5 hours of traditional CE
American Association of Veterinary State Boards. Registry of Approved Continuing Education. Pending.