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schwartz69
04-08-2004, 04:02 AM
Dear Friends, colleagues, and fellow biomechanists,

This is the second announcement for the 14th Annual Clinical Gait Analysis
Course presented jointly by Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare and
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

This three-day course features simultaneous BASIC and ADVANCED courses. The
basic course teaches introductory skills for analyzing gait and planning
associated treatments. The advanced course is tailored to clinicians who
have more experience in gait analysis. It examines in greater depth the
complexities of gait interpretation in children who have disabilities.

Both courses focus on the interpretation of gait data and associated
treatment planning for ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.

Details and registration information can be found at
(http://www.gillettechildrens.org/fileUpload/Gait_04.pdf).

The course features and extensive renowned faculty, including…

Tom Novacheck, M.D.
James Gage, M.D.
Hank Chambers, M.D.
Jon Davids, M.D.
Roy Davis III, Ph.D., P.E.
Scott Delp, Ph.D.
Luciano Dias, M.D.
Sylvia Ounpuu, MSc.
Michael Schwartz, Ph.D.
Jean Stout, M.S., P.T.
The entire staff of the Gillette Center for Gait and Motion Analysis

Please go to the link for more details and registration.

Contact Pat Cavanaugh (pcavanaugh@gillettechildrens.com) directly for
additional information.

Sincerely,

-Mike-

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Michael Schwartz

Director of Bioengineering Research
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare

Assistant Professor - Orthopaedic Surgery
Graduate Faculty - Biomedical Engineering
University of Minnesota

phone: 651-229-3929 fax: 651-229-3867

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