Dynamic standing exercise: a physical activity intervention for people with cerebral palsy who are non-ambulatory
In this webinar, Katarina Laruruschkus will shed light on the following:
What is best, static or dynamic standing?
How should the dynamic standing be carried out to get the best possible effect?
Katarina Lauruschkus is a doctoral physiotherapist who researches on physical activity and exercise for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy (CP) who are non-ambulant. She is part of the research group Child and Family Health at Lund University in Sweden. Their research is a combination of behavioral science, exercise physiology and technical innovations. The research group has conducted two controlled studies to 1) compare the effect of static and dynamic standing training and 2) compare the effect of two dynamic forms of training; MICT (Moderate-intensity continuous training) and HIIT (High-intensity interval training), which can be performed using Innowalk. Katarina will present new results of the research with reference to published articles.
Duration: 1 hour
The webinar will be in English. You will be able to ask the speaker questions.