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Steve Vankoski
02-10-1997, 11:57 PM
Greetings All,

The following is the tentative program for the North American Society of
Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Second Annual Meeting in Chicago April
9-12. Those familiar with the organization know that this meeting has taken
place under a variety of titles for a number of years, but this is the
second meeting overseen by a formal, structured society. The abstract
submissions for the conference were as usual very high quality and with the
assistance from many of our collegues, we have planned what I believe to be
an excellent program. Information about conference registration can be
obtained by emailing Carolyn Moore(cmoore@nwu.edu).

Our goal is to provide the forum to fulfill NASGCMA’s mission to stimulate
and advance research, professional interaction and exchange of ideas as
related to human movement in clinical settings. On behalf of the Scientific
Program Committee, we encourage your attendance and participation in
NASGCMA’s 2nd Annual Meeting and look forward to seeing you in the Windy
City in a couple months.

Take Care

Steve

Stephen Vankoski
Program Co-chair
1997 NASGMA annual meeting

2300 Children's Plaza, Box #92
Chicago, IL 60614
phone: 1 773 880-4248
fax: 1 773 871-0556
email: svankoski@nwu.edu


NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9th, 1997

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
Participation limited to 50 participants for each workshop.
Must be pre-registered to attend the workshops sessions.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm WORKSHOP #1
Orthopaedics for the Non-Orthopaedics
· T. Novacheck, J. Stout, S. England

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm WORKSHOP #2
Primer on Three Dimensional Kinematics for Gait and Biomechanics
· H.J. Sommer

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
EXHIBIT SET-UP
POSTER SET-UP


NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

THURSDAY, APRIL 10th, 1997

7:00 am - 8:00 am REGISTRATION
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS

8:00 am - 8:15 am OPENING REMARKS

8:15 am - 9:00 am KEYNOTE SPEAKER
· David Winter
“Future Directions in Gait Analysis -- A Wish List”

9:00 am - 9:45 am SESSION 1: CEREBRAL PALSY I

The Effect of Botulinum Injection on Gastrocnemius Muscle Length
· Eames N., Baker R., Cosgrove A.

Gait Analysis Before and After Botulinum Toxin A Therapy on Gastrocnemius
in Cerebral Palsy
· Park C.I., Shin J.C., Kim Y.C., Kim S.W., Kim D.Y.

Is the Double Bump Ankle Moment Pattern Caused by Spasticity?
· Pierce R.A., Buckon C.E., Sienko Thomas S., Orendurff M.S., Piatt J.H.,
Sussman M.D., Aiona M.D.

9:45 am - 10:30 am REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:30 am - 11:15 am SESSION 2: MODELING I

A Computer Simulation of Derotational Osteotomies
· Schmidt D.J., Arnold A.S., Suryanarayanan S., Delp S.L.

The Limitations of Inverse Dynamics for the Analysis of Below-Knee Amputee
Gait with a Dynamic Elastic Response Prosthesis
· Geil M.D., Berme N., Simon S.R.

Forward and Inverse Dynamic Modeling of Spastic Paretic Stiff-Legged Gait to
Evaluate Potential Causes and Treatment Strategies
· Kerrigan D.C., Roth R.S., Riley P.O.

11:15 am - 12:00 pm SESSION 3: ENERGY EXPENDITURE

A Technique for Normalization of Oxygen Cost During Self Paced Walking
· Bowen T., Cooley S., Castagno P., Lennon N., Miller F., Richards J.

The Energy Efficiency Index as a Functional Measure in Diplegic Cerebral
Palsy Children
· Harris T., Damiano D., Abel M.

Energy Expenditure in Children with Lumbo-Sacral Myelomengocele: What’s the
Cost of Walking
· Bare A., Vankoski S., Dias L., Danduran M., Boas S.

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm LUNCH


NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

THURSDAY, APRIL 10th, 1997

1:30 pm - 2:15 pm SESSION 4: RELIABILITY

Reliability of Kinetics During Clinical Gait Analysis: A Comparison Between
Normal and Children with Cerebral Palsy
· Quigley E., Miller F., Castagno P., Richards J., Lennon N.

Intrasubject Reliability of Phase Portraits of the Relationship Between the
Center of Mass and Base of Support While Walking and Turning
· Besser M., Selby-Silverstein L., Chesnin K.

Across-Laboratory Reliability of Timing Parameters of Surface EMG Activity
Obtained During Gait in Three Laboratories Using Standardized Measurement
Technique
· Kleissen R.F.M., Litjens M.C.A., Baten C.T.M., Buurke J., Harlaar J.,
Hof A.L., Zilvold G.

2:15 pm - 3:00 pm SESSION 5: MOTOR CONTROL

Assessment of Dynamic Stability During Obstacle Crossing
· Liu S.H., Patla A.E., Sparrow W.A., Charlton J.C.

Toe Clearance Following Limb Length Perturbation
· Givens Heiss D., Yack H.J.

Variability in the Treadmill Walking Patterns of Children
· Gilchrist L., Craib M., Morgan D.

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm SESSION 6: PATHOLOGICAL GAIT

Clinical versus Functional Outcomes of Surgical Intervention in Adolescent
Blount’s Disease Patients
· Horn T.S., Killian J.T., White S.D.

Gait Changes Following Total Hip Replacement
· Ajemian S., Thon D., Kaul L., Clare P., Hughes G., Zernicke R.

Mechanism for the “Quadriceps Avoidance Gait” Seen in ACL Deficient Patients
· Patel R.R., Hurwitz D.E., Andriacchi T.P., Bush-Joseph C.A., Bach B.R.

Gait Characteristics in Primary Lateral Sclerosis
· Doederlein L., Berghof R., Siebel A., Pappas A.

4:30 pm ADJOURN

5:00 pm USER GROUP MEETINGS
NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

FRIDAY, APRIL 11th, 1997

7:00 am - 8:00 am REGISTRATION
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS

8:00 am - 8:30 am INVITED SPEAKER

8:30 am - 9:30 am SESSION 7: FOOT & ANKLE I

A Kinetic Model of the Foot and Ankle
· Abuzzahab Jr. F.S., Harris G.F., Kidder S.M.

A Clinical System for Analysis Of Pediatric Foot and Ankle Motion
· Abu-Faraj Z.O., Sampath G., Smith P.A., Hassani S., Harris G.F.

Foot Flat Functional Evaluation Using Ground Reaction Forces
· Catani F., Benedetti M.G., Simoncini L., Giannini S., Leardini A.,
Bertani A., Cappello A.

Evaluation of the Distributed Plantar Vertical Force in Rectus and Pes
Planus Foot Types
· Ledoux W.R., DeLott J.M., Miller R., Hillstrom H.J.

9:30 am - 10:30 am POSTER SESSION
REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:30 am - 11:15 am SESSION 8: OUTCOME ASSESSMENT

Testing a Normalization Index in Cerebral Palsy Gait Analysis
· Fee Jr. J.W., Miller F.

The Prediction of Post Operative Gait Patterns Using Neural Networks
· Hersh L.A., Sun J.Q., Richards J.G., Miller F.

Predicting Outcomes Following Multi-Level Surgery
· Cosgrove A.P., Koop S.E., Gage J.R.

11:15 am - 12:00 pm SESSION 9: CEREBRAL PALSY II

Common Abnormal Kinetic Patterns of the Knee in Cerebral Palsy
· Guo L.Y., Su F.C., Lin C.J., Cherng R.J., Chou Y.L.

The Role of Hip Flexor and Hamstring Surgery on Pelvic and Hip Motion in
Persons with Cerebral Palsy: An Examination of Pre and Post Operative
Kinematics and Kinetics
· Ounpuu S., DeLuca P.A., Davis R.B.

The Outcome of Hamstring Lengthening and Distal Rectus Femoris Transfer Surgery
· Rethlefsen S., Tolo V.T., Reynolds R.A.K.

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm BUSINESS MEETING NASGCMA
LUNCH

NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

FRIDAY, APRIL 11th, 1997

1:30 pm - 2:15 pm SESSION 10: POSTURE & BALANCE

Validity of the Inverted Pendulum Model of Balance in Quiet Standing
· Winter D.A., Prince F., Patla A.

A Dynamic Characterization of Postural Stability Using Time-Frequency Analysis
· Ferdjallah M., Harris G.F., Wertsch J.J.

Stiffness Control of Balance During Quiet Standing
· Winter D.A., Patla A., Prince F.

2:15 pm - 3:00 pm SESSION 11: PEDIATRIC GAIT

Repeatability of the Walking Patterns of Normal Children
· Gorton G.E., Stevens C.M., Masso P.D., Vannah W.M.

Pediatric Kinetics: Age Related Changes in Able-Bodied Populations
· Oeffinger D.J., Augsburger S., Cupp T.

Kinematics, Kinetics and EMG of Toe-Walking Part 1: Analysis of
Toe-Walking in Normal Children
· Dabelstein J., Bagley A.

3:00 pm - 3:45 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK

3:45 pm - 4:30 pm SESSION 12: MODELING II

Bone and Position Orientation Errors: Pelvis and Lower Limb Anatomical
Landmark Identification Reliability
· Croce U.D., Cappozzo A., Kerrigan C., Luchetti L.

Validation of a Method for Location of the Hip Joint Center
· Shea K.M., Lenhoff M.W., Otis J.C., Backus S.I.

Error in Kinematic Data Secondary to Excesses in Femoral Torsion
· D’Addesi L., Selby-Silverstein L., Chesnin K., Besser M.

4:30 pm - 5:15 pm SESSION 13: FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT & GAIT

The Relationship of Muscle Strength and Gait Performance in Children with
Juvenile Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy
· Lohmann Siegel K., Hicks J., Rider L., Miller F.

Lower Extremity Strength and Gait Performance in the Acute Stroke Patient
· Gronley J.K., Mulroy S.J., Newsam C.J., Perry J.

Relation of Gait Analysis to Radiographic, Static Range of Motion
Evaluation and Strength in Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
· Halliday S.E., Reilly C.W., Keezel W.J., Karol L.A., Song K.M.

7:00 pm -10:00 pm DINNER BANQUET

NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, 1997

7:00 am - 8:00 am REGISTRATION
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS

8:00 am - 8:30 am INVITED SPEAKER

8:30 am - 9:30 am SESSION 14: KINEMATICS

A Comparison of the Performance of Balance Related Activities in the Elderly
· Woolley S.M., Commager J.A.

A Model for the Evaluation of Trunk Motion
· Haideri N.F., Halliday S., Karol L., Concha C., Smith C., Johnston C.

Investigation of Vertical Motion of the Human Body During Normal Walking
· Childress D.S., Gard S.A.

A System for the Analysis of Upper Body Loads During Walker-Assisted Gait
· Bachschmidt R.A., Harris G.F., Simoneau G.G., Wertsch J.J.

9:30 am - 10:30 am POSTER SESSION
REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:30 am - 11:15 am SESSION 15: WORK & POWER

Interpreting Segmental Power Analysis: Influence of the Joint Gap
· McGibbon C.A., Krebs D.E.

An Able-Bodied Gait Classification Method Using 3-D Muscle Powers
· Vardaxis V.G., Allard P., Lachance R.

Changes in Mechanical Work Profiles Over a Wide Range of Walking Speeds
· Holden J.P., Stanhope S.J.

11:15 am - 12:00 pm SESSION 16: FOOT & ANKLE II

What Role does Plantar Soft Tissue Stiffness Play in Determining Peak
Pressure Under the Heel?
· Morag E., Lemmon D.R., Cavanagh P.R.

Simultaneous Pedar and F-Scan Plantar Pressure Measurements During Walking
· Quesada P.M., Rash G.S.

The Reliability and Validity of the Novel Pedar System of In-Shoe Pressure
Measurement During Free Ambulation
· Boyd L.A., Bontrager E.L., Mulroy E.L., Perry J.

12:00 pm - 12:15 pm CLOSING REMARKS


NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF GAIT AND CLINICAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
2nd ANNUAL MEETING - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

1. Direct and Indirect Effects of Surgical Tendon Lengthening on Muscle
Strength and Gait Parameters
· Damiano D.L., Romano J.P., Pannunzio M., Abel M.F.

2. Distal Rectus Femori Transfer in CP Gait as a Simultaneous and as a
Secondary Procedure - Is there a Diffference of its Effects?
· Siebel A., Berghof R., Doerderlein L., Pappas A.

3. Gait Initiation in Cerebral Palsy Spastic Diplegic Population
· Oeffinger D., Tylkowski C., Augsburger S., Edester B., White H., Cupp T.

4. The Impact of Gait Analysis on the Application of Botox Treatment for
Spasticity Management: A Case Study
· Sisto S.A., Redling J.D., Francisco G.E., Horton J.A., Averill A., Andrews
J.F.,

5. Determination of Novel Pedar Masks Using Harris Mat Imprints
· Bontrager E.L., Boyd L.A., Heino J.G., Mulroy S.J., Perry J.

6. Walking Gait Functionality of Selected Fasiocutaneous Flaps
· Karakostas T., Kamaleson S.M., Quesada M.P., Simon S.R.

7. Gait Analysis in Pes Cavus
· Benedetti M.G., Cantani F., Ceccarelli F., Simoncini L., Giannini S.,
Leardini A.

8. The Kinematic and Kinetic Effects of Simulated Poor Fit within an
Ankle-Foot-Orthoses
· Ribaudo T.A., Keringan D.C., Krug R., Chiang C., Stein J.

9. Effects of Foot Type on Diabetic Neuropathic Foot Function
· Song J., Hillstrom H.

10. Effects of Orthotic Devices on Gait in Individuals with Compromised Knee
Function
· Spaulding S.J., Hartsell H.D.

11. Patterns of A-P Movement of the Femur During Stair Climbing in Cruciate
Retaining and Substituting Total Knee Replacement
· Tarnowski L.E., Berger R.A., Andriacchi T.P., Toney M.K., Galante J.O.,
Rosenberg A.G.

12. The 3-D Torques of Able-Bodied and ACL Individuals as Effected by
Functional Knee Bracing
· Vardaxis V.G., Allard P., Lachance R., Herrera R.

13. Qualifying Daily Load Bearing Activity: Results of Ground Reaction
Forces Measured Over a Ten Hour Day
· Dingwell J.B., Cavanagh P.R., Lloyd T.

14. The Use of Two Foot-Floor Models to Examine the Role of the Ankle
Plantar Flexors in the Forward Accleration of Normal Gait
· Kepple T.M., Lohmann Siegel K., Stanhope S.J.

15. The Impact of Osteoarthritic Knee Pain on Dynamic Loads During Gait
· Sum J., Hurwitz D.E., Janik R.C., Dressander J., Andriacchi T.P.,
Schnitzer T.J., Andersson G.B.J.

16. Force Platform Measurement of the Heelstrike Transient in Normal Walking
· Whittle M.W.

17. Gait Deviations in the Presence of Artificial Pathologies
· Glazier V., Miller A., Schutte L.

18. Real-Time Dynamic Visual Feedback for Altering Gait of Individuals after
Hip Replacement
· White S., Klavoon W., Lifeso R.

19. A Geometic-Based Model for Calculating Human Body Segment Masses in Vivo
· Chesnin K.J., Besser M.P., Selby-Silverstein L., Freedman W., Seliktar R.

20. Segment Based Interpolation Revisited
· Forstein M.A., Antonelli D., Reynolds R., Tolo V.

21. A Mathematical Model of Human Gait Dynamics
· Lacker H.M., Choi T.H., Schenk S., Gupta B., Narcessian R.P., Sisto S.A.,
Masood S.,
McInerney V.K.

22. Several Factors Affect Knee Flexion in the Swing Phase
· Piazza S.J., Delp S.L,

23. Effect of Synchronization Error Between Force and Position Data in
Moment Calculations
· Alexander E.J., Hurwitz D.E., Andriacchi T.P.

24. The “Poker” Test: A Spot Check to Confirm the Accuracy of Kinetic Gait Data
· Baker R.

25. Comparison of Stride Characteristertics Between B&L and VCM Systems
· Dennis S.W., Rethiefsen S., Forstein M., Antonelli D.

26. Accuracy of a Portable Force Plate in Assessing Force and Center of
Pressure Estimates Under Static Loading
· Klein P.J., DeHaven J.J.

27. Test of a Simplified Staircase for Evaluating Lower Extremity Mechanics
· Dyrby C.O., Hurwitz D.E., Andriacchi T.P.

28. Relation Between Knee Flexion and Tibial-Femoral Rotation During
Activities Involving Deep Flexion
· Dyrby C.O., Toney M.K., Andriacchi T.P.

29. An Index for Quantifying Deviations from Normal Gait
· Schutte L.M., Stout J.L., Cage J.R., Selber P.

30. A Low Cost Ultrasound Ranging System for the Analysis of Gait
· Weir R.F., ff., Childress D.S., Licameli J.N.

31. Pelvic Obliquity During Gait Initiation
· Jhoun J.H., Childress D.S.

32. Gait Initiation in a Normal Pediatric Population
· Oeffinger D., Augsburger S.

33. Muscular Utilization Ratios (MURs) of the Plantarflexor Muscles in
Hemiparetic Subjects Walking at Comfortable and Maximal Speeds
· Nadeau S., Gravel D., Arsenault A.B., Bourbonnais D.

34. Management of Information in the Gait Analysis Laboratory
· Gorton G.E., Kelly O.F.

35. Gait Characteristics in Subjects with Patellofemoral Pain: The
Influence of Pain and Quadriceps Strength
· Powers C.M., Perry J.


36. Neck Mobility - The Influence of Age and a History of Neck Pain
· Houck J., Yack H.J., Mulhausen P.

37. Full Body Gait Analysis Using a Universal Walker
· Augsburger S., Oeffinger D., Edester B., White H., Cupp T., Tylkowski C.

38. How Two-Dimensional Representations of Three-Dimensional Human Movement
Can Be Misleading
· Gard S.A., Childress D.S., Knox E.H.

39. Test-Retest Reliability and Concurrent Validity of a Posturographic Protocol
· Benvenuti F., Bandinelli S., Ferrucci L., Gineprari I., Mecacci R., Baroni
A., Rabuffetti M., Hallett M., Stanhope S.J.

40. A Simple Equation Describing Standing Balance
· Chan R., Jhoun J.H., Childress D.S.

41. Relations Between Balance and Gait Speed in Older Women
· Rosengren K.S, Mihalko S.L., Metcalf J., McAuley E., Foster R.

42. Full Body Kinematics of Stumble Recovery
· Selby-Silverstein L., DelMarcelle C., Love J., Rivera C., Solecki M.,
Chesnin K., Besser M.