Sensory Integration with Gait Training in Pediatrics

Sensory integration

Sensory Integration with Gait Training in Pediatrics

College of Physical Therapy 3rd International Scientific Conference
Under the Title of
” Physiotherapy Inspiring Better Health “

Sensory integration with gait training in pediatrics involves using sensory input to improve a child’s ability to walk. Sensory input can include touch, movement, and balance cues that help the child develop appropriate muscle responses and movement patterns.

Dr.Ibrahim A Salem, Assistant Lecturer of physical therapy for the pediatric faculty of Physical therapy, MT University will address an amazing lecture about;

Sensory Integration with Gait Training in Pediatrics

Gait training is a form of physical therapy that focuses on improving a child’s ability to walk. It can involve a variety of exercises and activities that help the child develop strength, balance, and coordination.
Combining sensory integration with gait training can be beneficial for children with sensory processing difficulties or developmental delays. By incorporating sensory input into gait training exercises, therapists can help the child develop better body awareness, balance, and motor planning skills.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and connect with like-minded individuals. Register now to secure your spot and access the conference

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2023
Location: Princess Fatma Academy for medical and professional training, Nasr City, Cairo
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