Walking Backwards - Movement Re-Patterning for Rehabilitation


Walking Backwards - Movement Re-Patterning for Rehabilitation

24 Nov 2021
Theatre B
Discover how neuroplasticity and the re-education of motor patterns in the brain are being applied to rehabilitation, injury prevention and performance training. See how the latest research proves unequivocally that the brain and the nervous system are able to adapt and regenerate after injury using movement re-education. Learn the importance of Walking Backwards in re-training gait and how to retrain proprioception and neuromuscular control for functional movement from rehab to performance. Mike will present case studies to explain the advantages in using sensorimotor control and how to retrain movement patterns for return-to-play.
Mike Antoniades, Rehabilitation & Performance Director - The Movement & Running School

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