C-Mill knowhow check
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1. C-Mill system
Why use the C-Mill?
1.1 Which answer describes the purpose of the C-Mill best?
The C-Mill is mainly for training gait.
The C-Mill is mainly developed to train balance.
The C-Mill provides a motivating, objective and safe tool to train balance, gait and gait adaptability, which are so important to perform daily life tasks.
2. Gait parameters
What do you know about gait and its corresponding parameters?
2.1. What is a gait cycle?
From heel contact to toe off of the same leg.
From heel contact to heel contact of the same leg.
From heel contact of one leg to heel contact of the other leg.
2.2. What are spatial gait parameters?
Distance descriptors of gait. Like step length, step width and stride length.
Time descriptors of gait. Like cadence, stance time and walking speed.
Distance descriptors of gait. Like Centre of Pressure (CoP).
3. Assessments and Training
What is the purpose of C-Mill assessments and training protocols?
3.3. Why is it important to perform an assessment?
To define the start level of the patient (can the patient Stand, Step or Walk).
To determine the baseline level of the patient and monitor the patient's progression.
To determine whether the patient is contraindicated for C-Mill therapy.
What feature of the C-Mill system is very valuable in improving a patient's movement pattern?
Direct feedback, because it provides a patient clear insight in his/her movement pattern.
Fun games, that are challenging to play, drive patients to perform better than they thought they could.
The additional Body Weight Support system, which facilitates walking already in a very early rehabilitation phase.
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