Mobility Research was created to bring rehabilitation solutions to clinicians, to bridge the gap between laboratory and clinical arenas, and to serve the educational needs of rehabilitation professionals. From providing our onsite educational inservices, equipment training sessions, and accredited seminars to organizing national and international accredited courses, we have committed extensive resources to the education of clinicians. Our hope is to prepare today's clinicians for tomorrow's challenges.
technical and financial support for ongoing research projects and the dissemination of their findings
providing speakers for professional meetings
connecting clinician "authors" with professional journals for publication of their articles
collaborating with clinicians on evaluation and development of new solutions and products
providing access to current research information for students and practicing clinicians
Of course, the main objective of our Education Department is to provide quality onsite training sessions for LiteGait® and our other products. We believe that educated users are successful users.
Our accredited CEU seminars are taught by independent clinicial instructors, considered experts in the field of gait therapy and the treatment of children and adults with neurological and motor impairments. Our instructors range from owners of independent clinics for children and adults to PT school professors. They each bring their individual expertise and research experience, and seminar topics range from FES & BWS to the Neuro & Geriatric population, as well as from basic to advanced. Our courses are designed for clinicians to take away real knowledge that can be applied with their patients the very next day. Please join us for one of this year's seminars!
Our onsite training sessions are taught by certified LiteGait instructors who are trained to teach your clinicians the proper, safe, and efficient use of LiteGait, and its application to your specific patient population. Our trainers are chosen for their expertise in the clinical application of LiteGait therapy, and also for their ability to convey the science, rationale, and research that support the techniques—the HOW and the WHY of partial weight bearing gait therapy.