Perfectionnement en analyse clinique de la marche à Melbourne

Identifying the impairments that affect walking

This is an introduction to the capture, processing and interpretation of clinical gait analysis data. The approach is that used for children with cerebral palsy who have gait analysis to help planning complex orthopaedic surgery but will be informative to anyone involved in instrumented clinical gait analysis. This course is being conducted by local and international faculty headed by Prof Kerr Graham, Director, Hugh Williamson Gait Laboratory, Melbourne, Prof Richard Baker, University of Salford, UK and Dr Adam Shortland, One Small Step Gait Laboratory, Guys Hospital. London, UK.

les 23, 24 et 25 Aout 2012 à Melbourne (Australie)

Contactez M. Morgan SANGEUX : morgan.sangeux at

Melbourne 2012Course outline
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Au sujet de l'auteur

I'm the Gait Analysis Service Manager (Clinical Unit of Gait and Movement Analysis) at the Physical Rehabilitation Center for children of Bois-Larris, French Red Cross. My research interests cover (I) how our muscles, joints, segments are coordinated so as to promote functional actions, and (II) the role of information in the control of movements. Skills : motor control, biomechanics, neurosciences, nonlinear dynamics, clinical gait/movement analysis and gross motor function of children with cerebral palsy. Research Associate at Research Unit CNRS 7338 Biomechanics and Bioengineering, University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC).