Ambulatory Functional Activities
Ambulatory Functional Activities refer to the tasks that a person performs while standing, walking, or moving about. This specialized skill involves helping individuals with mobility, balance, and coordination issues to function more independently and safely. Ambulatory Functional Activities may include exercises, assistive device training, gait training, and education on fall prevention. It is commonly used in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and rehabilitation settings.
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