Credit: .1 CEU
Presenter: Jean Anne Zollars, PT, DPT, MA
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Participants will be able to describe the biomechanics of stabilizing the pelvis in clients who exhibit pelvic thrusting with extensor spasticity.
Participants will be able to differentiate between a pre-ischial shelf (or block that prevents sliding and thrusting) and a wedge (which promotes sliding and thrusting).
Participants will be able to assess the client’s physical requirements and describe how to measure clients for the pre-ischial shelf to create an antithrust seat cushion.