Gait Training - 15 Minutes

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What is Gait Training - 15 Minutes?

Gait Training - 15 Minutes is a physical therapy procedure used to help patients relearn how to walk or improve current walking pattern. It is typically 15 minutes long and usually takes place over the course of multiple sessions until the target gait is achieved.

Why Would I Get Gait Training - 15 Minutes?

Gait Training - 15 Minutes is designed to help those with a disability, such as cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, or a spinal cord injury, to improve their walking pattern and form. It is also useful for those recovering from an injury or surgery that requires relearning how to walk.

What Happens During Gait Training - 15 Minutes?

During the Gait Training - 15 Minutes procedure, a physical therapist will assess the patient's current walking pattern and from there will create a customized gait program. This may include stretching, strengthening, balance, and coordination exercises to address the areas of weakness in the patient's gait.

What to Expect After Gait Training - 15 Minutes?

Following Gait Training - 15 Minutes, patients can expect improved walking form, greater balance, and improved strength and coordination. After a while as the patient progresses, they should be able to complete the exercises without the presence of a physical therapist.

Conclusion

Gait Training - 15 Minutes is a physical therapy procedure designed to help those with a disability or an injury relearn how to walk or improve the current walking pattern. It typically takes place during multiple sessions in order to achieve the target gait. Physical therapists will assess the patient’s walking pattern before customizing a gait program, which will include strengthening and coordination exercises to improve the patient’s performance. Following the procedure, patients can expect improved walking and greater balance, coordination and strength. After a certain amount of time, the patient should be able to complete the exercises independently.

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