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Conference Course

Permit No. 65
Organization

Waconia, MN
U.S. Postage
P A I D
Nonprofit
16TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Registration Objectives
Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare,Connecticut Children’s Medical Center,and
BASIC and ADVANCED Courses University Hospital Pellenberg (Belgium) will offer simultaneous Basic and Advanced
courses on gait analysis May 18 – 20,2006. The basic course teaches introductory skills for
WHICH COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
The pace of the advanced course is accelerated and depends on a high level of previous
knowledge. Advanced course participants must have:
Clinical Gait Analysis: analyzing gait, interpreting gait data,and planning associated treatments. The advanced
course is tailored to clinicians who have experience in gait analysis. It examines,in greater
depth,the complexities of gait interpretation for children who have disabilities.
• Previously attended one or more basic-level courses on gait analysis
• A clear understanding of kinematics and kinetics,including graphic outputs
• Significant past experience in gait-analysis interpretation and its incorporation into
A Focus on Interpretation Both courses focus on interpreting gait data and planning associated treatments
for ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.
planning treatment T H R E E – D A Y C O U R S E
If in doubt, take the basic course.
Basic and Advanced Cour ses Basic Course Objectives
Name Profession Specialty
May 18-20, 2 0 0 6 At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
• Describe the kinematics,kinetics and electromyography (EMG) patterns associated with
Institution Years of Gait-Analysis Experience typical gait

Address • Identify typical deviations and possible causes for those deviations in gait data of children
who have cerebral palsy
City State/Country ZIP/Postal Code • Explain the limitations of,and potential errors associated with,clinical gait analysis
• Demonstrate basic skills in interpreting gait-analysis data
Office Phone Home Phone
• Describe a corresponding treatment plan based on gait-analysis data

Credit Card # Expiration Date

Signature Advanced Course Objectives


At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
I plan to attend: Basic Course Advanced Course
• Summarize how to use a problem-identification approach to interpret
(Please select one; switching between courses can’t be accommodated.)
gait-analysis data
Basic/Advanced Course $700 • Describe the influence of mathematical modeling on the interpretation of gait data
Basic/Advanced Course Student (active full-time student, resident or fellow) $500 across planes
The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy book (optional) $75
• Describe lever-arm dysfunction and its effect on gait
edited by James Gage, M.D. Sponsored by:
Total: • Explain the biomechanics and clinical aspects of gait in myelomeningocele
200 University Ave. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
Please make check or money order payable in U.S. funds to “Gillette CME.”
• Demonstrate basic understanding of the dilemmas of modeling foot deformity
If using a credit card, please indicate the type of card: Visa MasterCard and interpreting data
• Describe the mechanical principles associated with crouch gait and their influence
Mail or fax to: Amy Schall, Continuing Medical Education on gait data
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare – Marketing Department Connecticut Children’s University Hospital Pellenberg
200 University Ave. E., St. Paul, MN 55101 Medical Center Leuven, Belgium
Phone: 651-229-1721 Fax: 651-229-1737

Note: Online registration isn’t available at this time.


Registration deadline: May 1, 2006. Please register early!
Conference Course

Permit No. 65
Organization

Waconia, MN
U.S. Postage
P A I D
Nonprofit
16TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Registration Objectives
Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare,Connecticut Children’s Medical Center,and
BASIC and ADVANCED Courses University Hospital Pellenberg (Belgium) will offer simultaneous Basic and Advanced
courses on gait analysis May 18 – 20,2006. The basic course teaches introductory skills for
WHICH COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
The pace of the advanced course is accelerated and depends on a high level of previous
knowledge. Advanced course participants must have:
Clinical Gait Analysis: analyzing gait, interpreting gait data,and planning associated treatments. The advanced
course is tailored to clinicians who have experience in gait analysis. It examines,in greater
depth,the complexities of gait interpretation for children who have disabilities.
• Previously attended one or more basic-level courses on gait analysis
• A clear understanding of kinematics and kinetics,including graphic outputs
• Significant past experience in gait-analysis interpretation and its incorporation into
A Focus on Interpretation Both courses focus on interpreting gait data and planning associated treatments
for ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.
planning treatment T H R E E – D A Y C O U R S E
If in doubt, take the basic course.
Basic and Advanced Cour ses Basic Course Objectives
Name Profession Specialty
May 18-20, 2 0 0 6 At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
• Describe the kinematics,kinetics and electromyography (EMG) patterns associated with
Institution Years of Gait-Analysis Experience typical gait

Address • Identify typical deviations and possible causes for those deviations in gait data of children
who have cerebral palsy
City State/Country ZIP/Postal Code • Explain the limitations of,and potential errors associated with,clinical gait analysis
• Demonstrate basic skills in interpreting gait-analysis data
Office Phone Home Phone
• Describe a corresponding treatment plan based on gait-analysis data

Credit Card # Expiration Date

Signature Advanced Course Objectives


At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
I plan to attend: Basic Course Advanced Course
• Summarize how to use a problem-identification approach to interpret
(Please select one; switching between courses can’t be accommodated.)
gait-analysis data
Basic/Advanced Course $700 • Describe the influence of mathematical modeling on the interpretation of gait data
Basic/Advanced Course Student (active full-time student, resident or fellow) $500 across planes
The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy book (optional) $75
• Describe lever-arm dysfunction and its effect on gait
edited by James Gage, M.D. Sponsored by:
Total: • Explain the biomechanics and clinical aspects of gait in myelomeningocele
200 University Ave. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
Please make check or money order payable in U.S. funds to “Gillette CME.”
• Demonstrate basic understanding of the dilemmas of modeling foot deformity
If using a credit card, please indicate the type of card: Visa MasterCard and interpreting data
• Describe the mechanical principles associated with crouch gait and their influence
Mail or fax to: Amy Schall, Continuing Medical Education on gait data
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare – Marketing Department Connecticut Children’s University Hospital Pellenberg
200 University Ave. E., St. Paul, MN 55101 Medical Center Leuven, Belgium
Phone: 651-229-1721 Fax: 651-229-1737

Note: Online registration isn’t available at this time.


Registration deadline: May 1, 2006. Please register early!
A G E N D A *Tom Novacheck, M.D. Gary Kroll, C.O.

Faculty and Planning Committee


Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Orthotics Manager
Location Medical Director, Center for Gait Assistive Technology Department
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Basic Course Advanced Course and Motion Analysis Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Minneapolis,Minn. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Thursday, May 18, 2006 Thursday, May 18, 2006 *James Gage, M.D.
Lael Luedtke, M.D.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Tuition 7:30 a.m. Registration
Qualitative Description of Normal Gait
7:30 a.m. Registration
Kinematics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues
Medical Director, Center for Cerebral Palsy **Guy Molenaers, M.D., Ph.D.
Tuition for each course is $700 ($500 for active, full-time students,residents and fellows). Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Tuition includes conference materials and lunch for three days. Participants also can Model Basics Interactions Across Planes: Advanced Kinematics
Cammie Beattie, P.T. University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium
purchase The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy, edited by James Gage,M.D. Typical Kinematic Concepts and Patterns Kinetics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Physical Examination for Gait Analysis Common Pathological Patterns (Kinematics and/or Kinetics) Sue Murr, P.T., P.C.S.
We’re offering the book at a reduced price. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapies
Typical Kinetics Concepts and Patterns Treatment Principles Review: Bony Problems
*Patrick Cavanaugh, R.N., B.S.N. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Enrollment is limited to 50 participants for each course. Electromyography Data and Interpretation Guides Treatment Principles Review: Soft-Tissue Tightness Orthopaedic Program Manager
Assessing Functional Outcome Treatment Principles Review: Management of Abnormal Tone **Sylvia Ounpuu, M.Sc.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kinesiologist
Technical Quality Assurance Assessing Functional Outcome
Accreditation Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Case Study 1: Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy/Orthopaedic Surgery
Rocio Riveros Charry, P.T.
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is accredited by the Minnesota Medical Marker-Placement Issues Case Study 1 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Association to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. Gillette takes 5:00 p.m. Deborah Quanbeck, M.D.
Influence of the Trunk on Gait End of First Day Pam Ciresi Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
responsibility for the content,quality and scientific integrity of the CME activity. Case Study 1 Data Technician Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
5:00 p.m. End of First Day Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Gillette designates this educational activity for a maximum of 21.75 (basic course) and 22 Adam Rozumalski, M.S.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
(advanced course) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit Friday, May 19, 2006 **Jon Davids, M.D.
Engineer
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Friday, May 19, 2006 8:00 a.m. Features of Crouch Gait
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C.
Approval for a maximum of 21.75 credit hours (basic course) and a maximum of 22 credit Musculoskeletal Modeling of Crouch Gait Rick Rusinak, C.N.E., M.C.S.E.
hours (advanced course) in Category 1 continuing education credits for physical 8:00 a.m. Lever-Arm Dysfunction in Pathologic Gait Treatment Principles of Crouch Gait **Roy Davis III, Ph.D., P.E. Computer Systems and Data Specialist
Avoidable Iatrogenic Complications in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2: Crouch Gait Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
therapists is pending from the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy. Approval also is Motion Analysis Laboratory Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
pending for continuing education credits from the Board of Orthotists and Prosthetists. Overview of Pathologic Gait in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C. *Michael Schwartz, Ph.D.
Sagittal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Biomechanics of Gait in Myelomeningocele
Soft-Tissue Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Orthotic Management in Myelomeningocele **Scott Delp, Ph.D. Director, Biomedical Engineering and Research
Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Course Information Management of Abnormal Tone Orthopaedic Treatment in Myelomeningocele Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
If you have questions or need additional course information,please call 651-229-3868 or Transverse Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3: Myelomeningocele Stanford University
Coronal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Sue Sohrweide, P.T.
800-719-4040 (toll-free); ask for the Center for Gait and Motion Analysis. For registration **Peter DeLuca, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
information,call the registrar at 651-229-1721. For more information about Gillette,visit Skeletal Surgery in Cerebral Palsy 5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
www.gillettechildrens.org. Case Study 2 Medical Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling *Jean Stout, P.T., M.S.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Saturday, May 20, 2006 **Kaat Desloovere, Ph.D. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Accommodations Kinesiologist Stephen Sundberg, M.D.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the conference hotel at the rate of $119 per night. 8:00 a.m. Clinical Evaluation of Foot Deformity Clinical Motion Analysis Laboratory Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
When making reservations,be sure to indicate that you’ll be attending the Gillette gait- Saturday, May 20, 2006 Foot- and Ankle-Modeling Advances University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium Medical Director, Center for Pediatric
analysis conference. Make reservations by April 17, 2006,to receive the group rate. Orthotic Management of Foot Deformity **Luciano Dias, M.D. Orthopaedics
8:00 a.m. Interactions Across Planes Analysis of Foot Function in Cerebral Palsy Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Joint Kinetic Patterns in Pathologic Gait Surgical Management of Foot Deformity in Cerebral Palsy Children’s Memorial Hospital,Chicago Joyce Trost, P.T.
618 Second Ave. S.,Minneapolis, Minn. Clinical Aspects of Myelomeningocele Using the Gillette Gait Index Stephen England, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Reservations: 612-338-2288 or 800-556-7287 (toll-free) Case Study 3 Use of Multilevel Botulinum Toxin Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Understanding Orthotic Function Using Gait Analysis Use of the Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kevin Walker, M.D.
The hotel is accessible from the airport via:
Topics in Surgery Upper-Extremity Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Steven Koop, M.D. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
• Taxi cab
Rehabilitation After Multilevel Surgery Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
• SuperShuttle (www.supershuttle.com) Medical Director
Case Study 4 Correlation Between Static and Dynamic Measures in Gait Analysis Roy Wervey, B.S.
• Light-rail system (www.metrotransit.org/rail) Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Clinical Decision-Making: The Diagnostic Matrix Gait Analysis in Other Diagnoses Engineer
Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes 5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes *Planning Committee **Guest Faculty Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
A G E N D A *Tom Novacheck, M.D. Gary Kroll, C.O.

Faculty and Planning Committee


Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Orthotics Manager
Location Medical Director, Center for Gait Assistive Technology Department
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Basic Course Advanced Course and Motion Analysis Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Minneapolis,Minn. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Thursday, May 18, 2006 Thursday, May 18, 2006 *James Gage, M.D.
Lael Luedtke, M.D.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Tuition 7:30 a.m. Registration
Qualitative Description of Normal Gait
7:30 a.m. Registration
Kinematics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues
Medical Director, Center for Cerebral Palsy **Guy Molenaers, M.D., Ph.D.
Tuition for each course is $700 ($500 for active, full-time students,residents and fellows). Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Tuition includes conference materials and lunch for three days. Participants also can Model Basics Interactions Across Planes: Advanced Kinematics
Cammie Beattie, P.T. University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium
purchase The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy, edited by James Gage,M.D. Typical Kinematic Concepts and Patterns Kinetics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Physical Examination for Gait Analysis Common Pathological Patterns (Kinematics and/or Kinetics) Sue Murr, P.T., P.C.S.
We’re offering the book at a reduced price. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapies
Typical Kinetics Concepts and Patterns Treatment Principles Review: Bony Problems
*Patrick Cavanaugh, R.N., B.S.N. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Enrollment is limited to 50 participants for each course. Electromyography Data and Interpretation Guides Treatment Principles Review: Soft-Tissue Tightness Orthopaedic Program Manager
Assessing Functional Outcome Treatment Principles Review: Management of Abnormal Tone **Sylvia Ounpuu, M.Sc.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kinesiologist
Technical Quality Assurance Assessing Functional Outcome
Accreditation Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Case Study 1: Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy/Orthopaedic Surgery
Rocio Riveros Charry, P.T.
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is accredited by the Minnesota Medical Marker-Placement Issues Case Study 1 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Association to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. Gillette takes 5:00 p.m. Deborah Quanbeck, M.D.
Influence of the Trunk on Gait End of First Day Pam Ciresi Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
responsibility for the content,quality and scientific integrity of the CME activity. Case Study 1 Data Technician Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
5:00 p.m. End of First Day Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Gillette designates this educational activity for a maximum of 21.75 (basic course) and 22 Adam Rozumalski, M.S.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
(advanced course) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit Friday, May 19, 2006 **Jon Davids, M.D.
Engineer
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Friday, May 19, 2006 8:00 a.m. Features of Crouch Gait
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C.
Approval for a maximum of 21.75 credit hours (basic course) and a maximum of 22 credit Musculoskeletal Modeling of Crouch Gait Rick Rusinak, C.N.E., M.C.S.E.
hours (advanced course) in Category 1 continuing education credits for physical 8:00 a.m. Lever-Arm Dysfunction in Pathologic Gait Treatment Principles of Crouch Gait **Roy Davis III, Ph.D., P.E. Computer Systems and Data Specialist
Avoidable Iatrogenic Complications in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2: Crouch Gait Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
therapists is pending from the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy. Approval also is Motion Analysis Laboratory Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
pending for continuing education credits from the Board of Orthotists and Prosthetists. Overview of Pathologic Gait in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C. *Michael Schwartz, Ph.D.
Sagittal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Biomechanics of Gait in Myelomeningocele
Soft-Tissue Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Orthotic Management in Myelomeningocele **Scott Delp, Ph.D. Director, Biomedical Engineering and Research
Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Course Information Management of Abnormal Tone Orthopaedic Treatment in Myelomeningocele Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
If you have questions or need additional course information,please call 651-229-3868 or Transverse Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3: Myelomeningocele Stanford University
Coronal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Sue Sohrweide, P.T.
800-719-4040 (toll-free); ask for the Center for Gait and Motion Analysis. For registration **Peter DeLuca, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
information,call the registrar at 651-229-1721. For more information about Gillette,visit Skeletal Surgery in Cerebral Palsy 5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
www.gillettechildrens.org. Case Study 2 Medical Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling *Jean Stout, P.T., M.S.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Saturday, May 20, 2006 **Kaat Desloovere, Ph.D. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Accommodations Kinesiologist Stephen Sundberg, M.D.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the conference hotel at the rate of $119 per night. 8:00 a.m. Clinical Evaluation of Foot Deformity Clinical Motion Analysis Laboratory Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
When making reservations,be sure to indicate that you’ll be attending the Gillette gait- Saturday, May 20, 2006 Foot- and Ankle-Modeling Advances University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium Medical Director, Center for Pediatric
analysis conference. Make reservations by April 17, 2006,to receive the group rate. Orthotic Management of Foot Deformity **Luciano Dias, M.D. Orthopaedics
8:00 a.m. Interactions Across Planes Analysis of Foot Function in Cerebral Palsy Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Joint Kinetic Patterns in Pathologic Gait Surgical Management of Foot Deformity in Cerebral Palsy Children’s Memorial Hospital,Chicago Joyce Trost, P.T.
618 Second Ave. S.,Minneapolis, Minn. Clinical Aspects of Myelomeningocele Using the Gillette Gait Index Stephen England, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Reservations: 612-338-2288 or 800-556-7287 (toll-free) Case Study 3 Use of Multilevel Botulinum Toxin Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Understanding Orthotic Function Using Gait Analysis Use of the Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kevin Walker, M.D.
The hotel is accessible from the airport via:
Topics in Surgery Upper-Extremity Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Steven Koop, M.D. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
• Taxi cab
Rehabilitation After Multilevel Surgery Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
• SuperShuttle (www.supershuttle.com) Medical Director
Case Study 4 Correlation Between Static and Dynamic Measures in Gait Analysis Roy Wervey, B.S.
• Light-rail system (www.metrotransit.org/rail) Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Clinical Decision-Making: The Diagnostic Matrix Gait Analysis in Other Diagnoses Engineer
Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes 5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes *Planning Committee **Guest Faculty Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
A G E N D A *Tom Novacheck, M.D. Gary Kroll, C.O.

Faculty and Planning Committee


Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Orthotics Manager
Location Medical Director, Center for Gait Assistive Technology Department
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Basic Course Advanced Course and Motion Analysis Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Minneapolis,Minn. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Thursday, May 18, 2006 Thursday, May 18, 2006 *James Gage, M.D.
Lael Luedtke, M.D.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Tuition 7:30 a.m. Registration
Qualitative Description of Normal Gait
7:30 a.m. Registration
Kinematics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues
Medical Director, Center for Cerebral Palsy **Guy Molenaers, M.D., Ph.D.
Tuition for each course is $700 ($500 for active, full-time students,residents and fellows). Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Tuition includes conference materials and lunch for three days. Participants also can Model Basics Interactions Across Planes: Advanced Kinematics
Cammie Beattie, P.T. University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium
purchase The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy, edited by James Gage,M.D. Typical Kinematic Concepts and Patterns Kinetics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Physical Examination for Gait Analysis Common Pathological Patterns (Kinematics and/or Kinetics) Sue Murr, P.T., P.C.S.
We’re offering the book at a reduced price. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapies
Typical Kinetics Concepts and Patterns Treatment Principles Review: Bony Problems
*Patrick Cavanaugh, R.N., B.S.N. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Enrollment is limited to 50 participants for each course. Electromyography Data and Interpretation Guides Treatment Principles Review: Soft-Tissue Tightness Orthopaedic Program Manager
Assessing Functional Outcome Treatment Principles Review: Management of Abnormal Tone **Sylvia Ounpuu, M.Sc.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kinesiologist
Technical Quality Assurance Assessing Functional Outcome
Accreditation Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Case Study 1: Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy/Orthopaedic Surgery
Rocio Riveros Charry, P.T.
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is accredited by the Minnesota Medical Marker-Placement Issues Case Study 1 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Association to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. Gillette takes 5:00 p.m. Deborah Quanbeck, M.D.
Influence of the Trunk on Gait End of First Day Pam Ciresi Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
responsibility for the content,quality and scientific integrity of the CME activity. Case Study 1 Data Technician Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
5:00 p.m. End of First Day Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Gillette designates this educational activity for a maximum of 21.75 (basic course) and 22 Adam Rozumalski, M.S.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
(advanced course) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit Friday, May 19, 2006 **Jon Davids, M.D.
Engineer
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Friday, May 19, 2006 8:00 a.m. Features of Crouch Gait
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C.
Approval for a maximum of 21.75 credit hours (basic course) and a maximum of 22 credit Musculoskeletal Modeling of Crouch Gait Rick Rusinak, C.N.E., M.C.S.E.
hours (advanced course) in Category 1 continuing education credits for physical 8:00 a.m. Lever-Arm Dysfunction in Pathologic Gait Treatment Principles of Crouch Gait **Roy Davis III, Ph.D., P.E. Computer Systems and Data Specialist
Avoidable Iatrogenic Complications in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2: Crouch Gait Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
therapists is pending from the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy. Approval also is Motion Analysis Laboratory Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
pending for continuing education credits from the Board of Orthotists and Prosthetists. Overview of Pathologic Gait in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C. *Michael Schwartz, Ph.D.
Sagittal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Biomechanics of Gait in Myelomeningocele
Soft-Tissue Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Orthotic Management in Myelomeningocele **Scott Delp, Ph.D. Director, Biomedical Engineering and Research
Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Course Information Management of Abnormal Tone Orthopaedic Treatment in Myelomeningocele Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
If you have questions or need additional course information,please call 651-229-3868 or Transverse Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3: Myelomeningocele Stanford University
Coronal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Sue Sohrweide, P.T.
800-719-4040 (toll-free); ask for the Center for Gait and Motion Analysis. For registration **Peter DeLuca, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
information,call the registrar at 651-229-1721. For more information about Gillette,visit Skeletal Surgery in Cerebral Palsy 5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
www.gillettechildrens.org. Case Study 2 Medical Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling *Jean Stout, P.T., M.S.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Saturday, May 20, 2006 **Kaat Desloovere, Ph.D. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Accommodations Kinesiologist Stephen Sundberg, M.D.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the conference hotel at the rate of $119 per night. 8:00 a.m. Clinical Evaluation of Foot Deformity Clinical Motion Analysis Laboratory Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
When making reservations,be sure to indicate that you’ll be attending the Gillette gait- Saturday, May 20, 2006 Foot- and Ankle-Modeling Advances University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium Medical Director, Center for Pediatric
analysis conference. Make reservations by April 17, 2006,to receive the group rate. Orthotic Management of Foot Deformity **Luciano Dias, M.D. Orthopaedics
8:00 a.m. Interactions Across Planes Analysis of Foot Function in Cerebral Palsy Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Joint Kinetic Patterns in Pathologic Gait Surgical Management of Foot Deformity in Cerebral Palsy Children’s Memorial Hospital,Chicago Joyce Trost, P.T.
618 Second Ave. S.,Minneapolis, Minn. Clinical Aspects of Myelomeningocele Using the Gillette Gait Index Stephen England, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Reservations: 612-338-2288 or 800-556-7287 (toll-free) Case Study 3 Use of Multilevel Botulinum Toxin Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Understanding Orthotic Function Using Gait Analysis Use of the Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kevin Walker, M.D.
The hotel is accessible from the airport via:
Topics in Surgery Upper-Extremity Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Steven Koop, M.D. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
• Taxi cab
Rehabilitation After Multilevel Surgery Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
• SuperShuttle (www.supershuttle.com) Medical Director
Case Study 4 Correlation Between Static and Dynamic Measures in Gait Analysis Roy Wervey, B.S.
• Light-rail system (www.metrotransit.org/rail) Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Clinical Decision-Making: The Diagnostic Matrix Gait Analysis in Other Diagnoses Engineer
Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes 5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes *Planning Committee **Guest Faculty Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
A G E N D A *Tom Novacheck, M.D. Gary Kroll, C.O.

Faculty and Planning Committee


Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Orthotics Manager
Location Medical Director, Center for Gait Assistive Technology Department
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Basic Course Advanced Course and Motion Analysis Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Minneapolis,Minn. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Thursday, May 18, 2006 Thursday, May 18, 2006 *James Gage, M.D.
Lael Luedtke, M.D.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Tuition 7:30 a.m. Registration
Qualitative Description of Normal Gait
7:30 a.m. Registration
Kinematics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues
Medical Director, Center for Cerebral Palsy **Guy Molenaers, M.D., Ph.D.
Tuition for each course is $700 ($500 for active, full-time students,residents and fellows). Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Tuition includes conference materials and lunch for three days. Participants also can Model Basics Interactions Across Planes: Advanced Kinematics
Cammie Beattie, P.T. University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium
purchase The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy, edited by James Gage,M.D. Typical Kinematic Concepts and Patterns Kinetics: Typical Review and Interpretive Issues Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Physical Examination for Gait Analysis Common Pathological Patterns (Kinematics and/or Kinetics) Sue Murr, P.T., P.C.S.
We’re offering the book at a reduced price. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Supervisor, Rehabilitation Therapies
Typical Kinetics Concepts and Patterns Treatment Principles Review: Bony Problems
*Patrick Cavanaugh, R.N., B.S.N. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Enrollment is limited to 50 participants for each course. Electromyography Data and Interpretation Guides Treatment Principles Review: Soft-Tissue Tightness Orthopaedic Program Manager
Assessing Functional Outcome Treatment Principles Review: Management of Abnormal Tone **Sylvia Ounpuu, M.Sc.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kinesiologist
Technical Quality Assurance Assessing Functional Outcome
Accreditation Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Case Study 1: Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy/Orthopaedic Surgery
Rocio Riveros Charry, P.T.
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is accredited by the Minnesota Medical Marker-Placement Issues Case Study 1 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Association to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. Gillette takes 5:00 p.m. Deborah Quanbeck, M.D.
Influence of the Trunk on Gait End of First Day Pam Ciresi Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
responsibility for the content,quality and scientific integrity of the CME activity. Case Study 1 Data Technician Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
5:00 p.m. End of First Day Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Gillette designates this educational activity for a maximum of 21.75 (basic course) and 22 Adam Rozumalski, M.S.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
(advanced course) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit Friday, May 19, 2006 **Jon Davids, M.D.
Engineer
Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Friday, May 19, 2006 8:00 a.m. Features of Crouch Gait
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C.
Approval for a maximum of 21.75 credit hours (basic course) and a maximum of 22 credit Musculoskeletal Modeling of Crouch Gait Rick Rusinak, C.N.E., M.C.S.E.
hours (advanced course) in Category 1 continuing education credits for physical 8:00 a.m. Lever-Arm Dysfunction in Pathologic Gait Treatment Principles of Crouch Gait **Roy Davis III, Ph.D., P.E. Computer Systems and Data Specialist
Avoidable Iatrogenic Complications in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2: Crouch Gait Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
therapists is pending from the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy. Approval also is Motion Analysis Laboratory Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
pending for continuing education credits from the Board of Orthotists and Prosthetists. Overview of Pathologic Gait in Cerebral Palsy Case Study 2 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions
Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville,S.C. *Michael Schwartz, Ph.D.
Sagittal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Biomechanics of Gait in Myelomeningocele
Soft-Tissue Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Orthotic Management in Myelomeningocele **Scott Delp, Ph.D. Director, Biomedical Engineering and Research
Engineer Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Course Information Management of Abnormal Tone Orthopaedic Treatment in Myelomeningocele Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
If you have questions or need additional course information,please call 651-229-3868 or Transverse Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3: Myelomeningocele Stanford University
Coronal Plane: Typical Deviations and Possible Causes Case Study 3 (Discussion): Controversies and Unresolved Questions Sue Sohrweide, P.T.
800-719-4040 (toll-free); ask for the Center for Gait and Motion Analysis. For registration **Peter DeLuca, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
information,call the registrar at 651-229-1721. For more information about Gillette,visit Skeletal Surgery in Cerebral Palsy 5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
www.gillettechildrens.org. Case Study 2 Medical Director, Center for Motion Analysis
Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling *Jean Stout, P.T., M.S.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:15 p.m. End of Second Day Saturday, May 20, 2006 **Kaat Desloovere, Ph.D. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Accommodations Kinesiologist Stephen Sundberg, M.D.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the conference hotel at the rate of $119 per night. 8:00 a.m. Clinical Evaluation of Foot Deformity Clinical Motion Analysis Laboratory Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
When making reservations,be sure to indicate that you’ll be attending the Gillette gait- Saturday, May 20, 2006 Foot- and Ankle-Modeling Advances University Hospital Pellenberg,Belgium Medical Director, Center for Pediatric
analysis conference. Make reservations by April 17, 2006,to receive the group rate. Orthotic Management of Foot Deformity **Luciano Dias, M.D. Orthopaedics
8:00 a.m. Interactions Across Planes Analysis of Foot Function in Cerebral Palsy Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Crowne Plaza Northstar Hotel Joint Kinetic Patterns in Pathologic Gait Surgical Management of Foot Deformity in Cerebral Palsy Children’s Memorial Hospital,Chicago Joyce Trost, P.T.
618 Second Ave. S.,Minneapolis, Minn. Clinical Aspects of Myelomeningocele Using the Gillette Gait Index Stephen England, M.D. Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
Reservations: 612-338-2288 or 800-556-7287 (toll-free) Case Study 3 Use of Multilevel Botulinum Toxin Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Understanding Orthotic Function Using Gait Analysis Use of the Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Kevin Walker, M.D.
The hotel is accessible from the airport via:
Topics in Surgery Upper-Extremity Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Steven Koop, M.D. Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
• Taxi cab
Rehabilitation After Multilevel Surgery Energy Expenditure in Typical and Pathologic Gait Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
• SuperShuttle (www.supershuttle.com) Medical Director
Case Study 4 Correlation Between Static and Dynamic Measures in Gait Analysis Roy Wervey, B.S.
• Light-rail system (www.metrotransit.org/rail) Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
Clinical Decision-Making: The Diagnostic Matrix Gait Analysis in Other Diagnoses Engineer
Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Gait Analysis as a Diagnostic Tool Center for Gait and Motion Analysis
5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes 5:00 p.m. Three-Day Course Concludes *Planning Committee **Guest Faculty Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
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Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare,Connecticut Children’s Medical Center,and
BASIC and ADVANCED Courses University Hospital Pellenberg (Belgium) will offer simultaneous Basic and Advanced
courses on gait analysis May 18 – 20,2006. The basic course teaches introductory skills for
WHICH COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
The pace of the advanced course is accelerated and depends on a high level of previous
knowledge. Advanced course participants must have:
Clinical Gait Analysis: analyzing gait, interpreting gait data,and planning associated treatments. The advanced
course is tailored to clinicians who have experience in gait analysis. It examines,in greater
depth,the complexities of gait interpretation for children who have disabilities.
• Previously attended one or more basic-level courses on gait analysis
• A clear understanding of kinematics and kinetics,including graphic outputs
• Significant past experience in gait-analysis interpretation and its incorporation into
A Focus on Interpretation Both courses focus on interpreting gait data and planning associated treatments
for ambulatory children with cerebral palsy.
planning treatment T H R E E – D A Y C O U R S E
If in doubt, take the basic course.
Basic and Advanced Cour ses Basic Course Objectives
Name Profession Specialty
May 18-20, 2 0 0 6 At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
• Describe the kinematics,kinetics and electromyography (EMG) patterns associated with
Institution Years of Gait-Analysis Experience typical gait

Address • Identify typical deviations and possible causes for those deviations in gait data of children
who have cerebral palsy
City State/Country ZIP/Postal Code • Explain the limitations of,and potential errors associated with,clinical gait analysis
• Demonstrate basic skills in interpreting gait-analysis data
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• Describe a corresponding treatment plan based on gait-analysis data

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At the completion of the course,participants will be able to:
I plan to attend: Basic Course Advanced Course
• Summarize how to use a problem-identification approach to interpret
(Please select one; switching between courses can’t be accommodated.)
gait-analysis data
Basic/Advanced Course $700 • Describe the influence of mathematical modeling on the interpretation of gait data
Basic/Advanced Course Student (active full-time student, resident or fellow) $500 across planes
The Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy book (optional) $75
• Describe lever-arm dysfunction and its effect on gait
edited by James Gage, M.D. Sponsored by:
Total: • Explain the biomechanics and clinical aspects of gait in myelomeningocele
200 University Ave. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
Please make check or money order payable in U.S. funds to “Gillette CME.”
• Demonstrate basic understanding of the dilemmas of modeling foot deformity
If using a credit card, please indicate the type of card: Visa MasterCard and interpreting data
• Describe the mechanical principles associated with crouch gait and their influence
Mail or fax to: Amy Schall, Continuing Medical Education on gait data
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare – Marketing Department Connecticut Children’s University Hospital Pellenberg
200 University Ave. E., St. Paul, MN 55101 Medical Center Leuven, Belgium
Phone: 651-229-1721 Fax: 651-229-1737
Registration deadline: May 1, 2006. Please register early!