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Peacocks Conference Presentation

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  • 1. Review of ISPO Publication 10-12 November 1994 Ed Wheldon Senior Orthotist Peacocks Medical Group
  • 2. Cover of original report - Report of a Consensus Conference on The Lower Limb Orthotic Management of Cerebral Palsy – 10 – 12 November 1994
  • 3. Cover of new report: Recent Developments in Healthcare for Cerebral Palsy: Implications and Opportunities for Orthotics 8-11 September 2008
  • 4. Prescription a. Dialogue b. Role of Orthotist c. Use / Wear d. Compliance
  • 5. Upper Limb Thumb Abduction Splints
  • 6. Spinal Orthoses a. Reduce rate of progression b. Head control c. Upper limb function d. Social interaction e. Family confidence
  • 7. Hip Orthoses a. Sitting posture b. Control scissoring / rotation
  • 8. Lycra Garments
  • 9. Lower Limb
  • 10. 1. Do lower limb orthoses influence the temporal and spatial parameters of gait Hemiplegia Diplegia Velocity Cadence Step length Stride length Single support Double support
  • 11. 2. What are the effects of orthoses on the ankle and foot? a. Ankle Kinetics b. Ankle Kinematics c. Effect of Orthoses on foot alignment
  • 12. 3. What are the indirect effects of the orthoses on the knee, hip and pelvis?
  • 13. 4. What effects do orthoses have on muscle activity and length?
  • 14. 5. How do AFOs effect function and ability? a. Sit to stand b. Stair climbing c. Sitting balance / standing balance / upper limb function
  • 15. 6. What are the benefits of tuning AFOs?
  • 16. Observations of the Review
  • 17. Incorrect Y Strap Fitting
  • 18. Correct Y Strap Fitting
  • 19. Thank You