Dear All,

We are sending you the Preliminary Program of the III International Congress of Motor Rehabilitation to take place in Aguas de Lindoia, SP, Brazil from October 5th to October 8th. More information about this event can be obtained at vectur@bestway.com.br, www.unicamp.br/ib/congresso/motor-reabilit98, www.unaerp.br or by phone (19) 254 7666.

See you in Brazil

Gil Lucio Almeida

PRELIMINAR PROGRAM
OCTOBER 5
8:00 -15:00
Reception and Registration

12:00-13:30 Lunch Time with Brazilian Show

Slide Session: Rehabilitation applied to orthopedic
Chairperson: W.Mello A. Jr.

13:30-14:00 Wilson Mello Alves Jr.

14:00-14:30 Scott M. Lephart

Round-Table Session: Interdisciplinary Approach Applied to Motor
Rehabilitation I
Chairperson: A. C. Amadio

14:30-15:00 Maria Rita Masselli

15:00-15:30 Marcelo Saad

15:30-16:00 Alberto Carlos Amadio

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-17:00 Jose Angelo Barela

17:00-17:30 Lourenco Gallo Jr.

17:30-18:00 Dirceu Costa

18:30-19:00 Round-Table Discussion

Evening 20:00-Opening Ceremonies, Official Exhibit Opening,
and Welcoming Reception
(at Monte Real Resort)

OCTOBER 6
Silde Session: Adapted Physical Education Applied to Rehabilitation
Chairperson: P. A. Souza

9:00-9:30 - Verena J. Pedrinelli

9:30-10:00 - Edison de J. Manoel

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:00 Clayton D. Gable

11:00-11:30 Paul R. Surburg

11:30-12:00 Pedro A. de Souza

12:00-13:30 Lunch Time with Brazilian Show

Poster session
14:00-14:30

Round-Table Session: Movement Rehabilitation of the Major Motor
Dysfunctions
Chairperson: G.L.Gottlieb

14:30-15:00 Susan R. Harris

15:00-15:30 Mark L. Latash

15:30-16:00 Beverly D. Ulrich

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-17:00 Gerald L. Gottlieb

17:00-17:30 William Zev Rymer

17:30-18:00 Sandra J. Olney

18:30-19:00 Round-Table Discussion

Evening Bingo with gift distributions
(at Monte Real Resort)

OCTOBER 7
Slide Session: Interdisciplinary Approach Applied to Motor
Rehabilitation II
Chairperson: R.N.Kirkwood

9:00-9:30 - Antonio A. F. Quevedo

9:30-10:00 - Renata N. Kirkwood

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:00 Odete F. S. Durigon

11:00-11:30 L™cia W. Braga

11:30-12:00 Slobodan Jaric

12:00-13:30 Lunch Time with Brazilian Show

Poster session
14:00-14:30

Round-Table Session: An Interface Between Theory and Practice in
Motor Rehabilitation
Chairperson: S.K.Campbell

14:30-15:00 Daniel Corcos

15:00-15:30 Dejan B. Popovic

15:30-16:00 Mindy F. Levin

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-17:00 Chukuka S. Enwemeka

17:00-17:30 J. Greg Anson

17:30-18:00 Suzann K. Campbell

18:30-19:00 Round-Table Discussion

Evening Banquet, followed by a Carnival *
(at Monte Real Resort)

OCTOBER 8
Slide Session: Motor Rehabilitation of Posture and Locomotion
Chairperson: S.T. Fonseca
9:00-9:30 - F·tima R. de Paula Goulart

9:30-10:00 - SÈrgio T. Fonseca

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:00 Francisco A. Sepulveda

11:00-11:30 Luci F. T. Salmela

11:30-12:00 Alexander S. Aruin

12:00-13:30 Lunch Time with Brazilian Show

Poster session
14:00-14:30

Round-Table Session: Posture and Movement in Motor Rehabilitation
Chairperson: S. Bouisset
14:30-15:00 Hermano Igo Krebs

15:00-15:30 Nina S. Bradley

15:30-16:00 Victor S. Gurfinkel

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-17:00 Ziaul Hasan

17:00-17:30 Simon Bouisset

17:30-18:00 Aftab E. Patla

18:00-18:30 Aluisio O. V. Avila

18:30-19:00 Round-Table Discussion

Evening 19:00-Closing Ceremony
(at Monte Real Resort)
* The admition fee is R$ 25,00 (real)

SPEAKERS CONFERENCE TITLE INSTITUTION
1. Aftab E. Patla
VISUAL DEFICITS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON MOBILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR GAIT
REHABILITATION. University of Waterloo, Department of Kinesiology,
Waterloo, Ont·rio, Canad·

2. Alberto Carlos Amadio
ASPECTOS DA BIOMECNICA PARA AN¡LISE DO MOVIMENTO HUMANO:
CONSIDERA«OES SOBRE FOR«AS INTERNAS. USP - Univ. de Sao Paulo,
Brasil.

3. Alexander S. Aruin
ANTICIPATORY POSTURAL ADJUSTMENTS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE.
Rehabilitation Found., Inc. Wheaton Illinois, USA

4. Aluisio O. V. Avila
MONITORAR, UMA QUESTˆO DE FAZER COM CONHECIMENTO. UDESC - Univ.
Estadual de Santa Catarina, Brasil

5. Antonio A. F. Quevedo
ASSESSMENT OF GAIT REHABILITATION THROUGH EVALUATION OF JOINT EFFORTS
UNICAMP - Univ. Estadual de Campinas, Brasil

6. Beverly D. Ulrich
FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO MOTOR REHABILITATION IN INFANTS WITH DOWN
SYNDROME AND SPINA BIFIDA. Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.

7. Chukuka S. Enwemeka
THE ROLES OF MOTION AND PHYSICAL AGENTS IN CONNECTIVE TISSUE
REHABILITATION. University of Kansas Medical Center, Department of
Physical Therapy, Kansas City, USA

8. Clayton D. Gable
KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS (KR) AND DELAYED PRESENTATION SCHEDULES OF KR
WITH ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC BIOFEEDBACK: A REPORT OF TWO EXPERIMENTS. Texas
Tech University Health Sciences Center, Department of Rehabilitation
Sciences, USA

9. Daniel Corcos
PARKINSON'S DISEASE: MOTOR DEFICITS AND INTERVENTION APPROACHES.
University of Illinois of Chicago, USA

10. Dejan B. Popovic
RULE-BASED CONTROL FOR FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ASSISTED
WALKING. University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia

11. Dirceu Costa
AVALIACAO MUSCULAR RESPIRATARIA. UFSCar - Univ. Fed. Sao Carlos,
Brasil

12. Edison de Jesus Manoel
DIVERSIFICAO E COMPLEXIDADE NO COMPORTAMENTO MOTOR ADAPTADO. USP -
Univ. de Sao Paulo, Brasil

13. Fatima R. Paula Goulart
MECANISMOS DE CONTROLE MOTOR EM UMA ATIVIDADE FUNCIONAL: O MOVIMENTO
DE SEDESTACAO BIPEDESTACAO. UFMG - Univ. Federal de Minas Gerais,
Brasil

14. Francisco A. Sepulveda
AN AUTOMATIC ADAPTIVE NMES CONTROL SYSTEM FOR GAIT SWING RESTORATION
IN SUBJECTS WITH SEVERE SPINAL CORD LESION. UNICAMP - Univ. Estadual
de Campinas, Brasil

15. Gerald L. Gottlieb
CONSIDERING THE FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF THE STRETCH REFLEX: DEVELOPMENT,
NORMAL FUNCTION AND PATHOLOGY. Boston University, USA

16. Gil Lucio Almeida
MOTOR CONTROL OF DOWN SYNDROME INDIVIDUALS. UNICAMP - Univ. Estadual
de Campinas, Brasil

17. Hermano Igo Krebs
ROBOT-AIDED NEUROREHABILITATION: TWO YEAR FOLLOW-UP. Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, USA

18. J. Greg Anson
MUSCLE ACTIVATION PATTERNS IN UPPER LIMB MOTOR TASKS PERFORMED BY
INDIVIDUALS WITH DOWN SYNDROME. University of Otago, NEW ZEALAND

19. Jose A. Barela
COORDENA«ˆO INTRA-MEMBROS NA PASSADA DO ANDAR EM HEMIPLEGICOS.
UNESP - Univ. Estadual Paulista, Rio Claro, Brasil

20. Lourenco Gallo Jr.
PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF RISKS VERSUS BENEFITS OF EXERCISE TRAINING IN
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES. USP - Univ. de Sao Paulo, Ribeirao Preto,
Brasil

21. Luci F. Teixeira-Salmela
EFFECTS OF MUSCLE STRENGTHENING AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONING IN REDUCING
IMPAIRMENT AND DISABILITY IN CHRONIC STROKE SURVIVORS. UFMG - Univ.
Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil

22. Lucia Willadino Braga
AN APPROACH TO CEREBRAL PALSY BASED ON THE FAMILY. Rede Sarah de
Hospitais do Aparelho Locomotor, Brasilia, DF

23. Marcelo Saad
ANALISE DE MOVIMENTO COMO INSTRUMENTO DE AVALIACAO DE RESULTADOS EM
REABILITACAO MOTORA. FMUSP - Fac. Metropolitanas Unidas de S. Paulo

24. Maria Rita Masselli
MCKENZIE METHOD TO REHABILITATION UNESP - Universidade Estadual
Paulista - Presidente Prudente, Brasil

25. Mark L. Latash
STRATEGIES OF MOTOR REHABILITATION: THE ROLE OF ADAPTIVE CHANGES. The
Pennsylvania State University, USA

26. Mindy F. Levin
MOTOR REEDUCATION IN STROKE: WHAT IS LEARNED WHEN MOVEMENT IS TAUGHT?
Rehabilitation Institute of Montreal, Darlington, Montreal, Canada

27. Nina S. Bradley
ESTABLISHMENT OF COORDINATED MOVEMENTS DURING NORMAL EMBRYONIC
DEVELOPMENT. University of Southern California, Los Angeles,USA

28. Odete de F. S. Durigon
REORGANIZACAO TENICO-FISICA DA POSTURA: RESULTADOS PRELIMINARES. USP -
Universidade de S"o Paulo, Brasil

29. Paul R. Surburg
A NEW TECHNIQUE TO ASSESS MOTOR REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT.
Indiana University, USA

30. Pedro Americo de Souza
REEDUCACAO LOCOMOTORA. UFMG - Univ. Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil

31. Renata Noce Kirkwood
THE EFFECT OF EXERCISES ON HIP JOINT MOMENTS. School of Rehabilitation
Therapy, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada,

32. Sandra J. Olney
NEW DIRECTIONS FOR REHABILITATION OF PERSONS WITH STROKE. School of
Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada

33. Scott M. Lephart
RESTORATION OF PROPRIOCEPTION AND NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL IN THE
UNSTABLE KNEE AND SHOULDER OF ATHLETES. University of Pittsburgh,
USA.

34. Sergio Teixeira Fonseca
A DYNAMICAL APPROACH TO LOCOMOTION IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC SPASTIC
CEREBRAL PALSY. UFMG - Univ. Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil

35. Simon Bouisset
VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT AS A PERTURBATION TO BALANCE: POSTURO-KINETIC
CAPACITY IN THE ABLE-BODIED AND THE DISABLED. Universite de Paris-Sud,
France

36. Slobodan Jaric
ROLE OF THE AGONIST AND ANTAGONIST MUSCLES IN MOVEMENT PERFORMANCE.
University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia

37. Susan R. Harris
HOW SHOULD NEW TREATMENTS BE CRITIQUED FOR SCIENTIFIC MERIT?
University of British Columbia, Canada

38. Suzann K. Campbell
DEVELOPMENT OF A FUNCTIONAL MOTOR SCALE FOR INFANTS BASED ON
CONTEMPORARY MOTOR CONTROL THEORY. University of Illinois at Chicago,
Dept. of Physical Therapy, USA

39. Vera L. Talis
THE INFLUENCE OF SUPPORT INSTABILITY ON POSTURAL REACTIONS TO MUSCLE
VIBRATION. Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian
Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

40. Verena J. Pedrinelli
ATIVIDADE MOTORA ADAPTADA: QUANDO COMPREENDER O 'DIFERENTE' FAZ A
DIFERENCA. Universidade Sao Judas Tadeu, Brasil

41. Victor S. Gurfinkel
INVOLUTARY AIR-STEPPING INDUCED BY MUSCLE VIBRATION: EVIDENCE FOR CPG
IN HUMANS. Institute for Information Transmission Problems of Russian
academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

42. William Zev Rymer
MECHANISMS FOR DISTURBED MOVEMENT COORDINATION IN HEMIPARETIC STROKE.
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, USA

43. Wilson Mello Alves Jr.
TRATAMENTO CONSERVADOR DAS INSTABILIDADES PATELOFEMORAIS COM
EXERCICIOS DE CADEIA CINETICA FECHADA. Centro Medico de Campinas

44. Ziaul Hasan
CHANGING INTERPRETATIONS OF THE RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN ARM TO
MECHANICAL PERTURBATION. University of Illinois at Chicago, Dept. of
Physical Therapy, USA

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