Clinical Gait Assessment Using Plantar Pressure Analysis (Part 4):
Using Plantar Pressure Analysis to Develop Treatment Strategies & Predict Outcomes
In XSENSOR Technology’s webinar, we explore how to use plantar pressure analysis to help clinicians make informed decisions when developing treatment strategies by predicting patient outcomes.
During a consultation, your patients expect you to design a treatment strategy to address their concerns. Imagine seeing the likely outcome of this plan before recommending it to your patient.
Plantar pressure mapping systems, like XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles, can provide this window, giving clinicians the confidence to decide whether or not to move forward with a particular treatment strategy or to modify it to improve the outcome.
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How to use XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles to see the outcomes of mechanical treatment strategies.
The software and analysis tools that can inform you of how the treatment may affect the patient.
Case studies showing the effect of functional taping, offloading padding, and in-shoe wedging and adjustment.
About the Presenter:
B. App. Sc. (Pod.), F.A.A.P.S.M., M. A. Pod. A.
Current Member of the Australian Pain Society
Paul Graham is an Australian podiatrist with a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions. He was awarded a Fellow of the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine in 1999 and, in 2003, an Honorary Affiliate of the School of Human Biosciences at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. For over 20 years, he has used plantar pressure analysis in his clinical practice to diagnose and treat gait and foot dysfunctions.
With Stepforce Training, Paul provides education and training in the clinical use of plantar pressure through online education and webinars, clinical consultancy, in-clinic workshops, and as a seminar speaker.
In 2019 and 2020, Paul presented to the Beijing Diabetic Conference in China and, in 2022, at the Diabetic Foot Society of India in Goa, India, on the clinical use of plantar pressure analysis to prevent and treat diabetic foot conditions.
In 2022 Paul was honored and made a faculty member of Manipal University. He is a Lecturer at Western Sydney University and presents at other Australian universities and conferences.