INFORMATION FOR CLINICIANS

MOI Lectures/Clinics

Clinics and Lectures at MOI

Please inform your patients about MOI’s free Gait Instruction Clinics and Lectures with the following topics:

  • Deliberate Walking/Running
  • The Dynamic Foot
  • How to Select the Proper Footwear/Orthotic Inserts

See our Events page for dates and details.

Outside MOI

Dr. Lee will give lectures/gait clinics outside MOI on the following topics when requested:

  • Deliberate Walking/Running
  • The Dynamic Foot
  • How to Select the Proper Footwear/Orthotic Inserts

Please contact Dr. Lee to make lecture/clinic request:

MOI Focus

Shoes/footwear/orthotics

Shoes/footwear/orthotics: Footwear concerns related to standing, walking and running activities are addressed.

Chronic pain

Chronic pain: Reduces or eliminates joint pain associated with conditions such as arthritis, tendonitis, weakness, joint laxity/instability, and fibromyalgia. Reduces need for narcotic analgesics in most people.

Older adults

Older adults: Enhances strength and balance in older adults with weakness or imbalance causing concerns about falls or fall risk.

Non-surgical patients

Non-surgical patients: A functional and effective alternative for patients wanting to avoid surgery, including joint replacement and spine surgery.

Surgical patients

Surgical patients: Perioperative treatment with Deliberate Walking (prehabilitation before surgery and rehabilitation after surgery) enhances surgical outcomes by increasing muscle strength and reducing joint injury.

Runners/walkers/athletes

Runners/walkers/athletes: Treats overuse injuries and stress fractures by correcting maladaptive gait patterns.

Pregnant women

Pregnant women: Deliberate Walking will reduce lower extremity joint and lower back pain associated with pregnancy. 

Osteoporosis patients

Osteoporosis: Promotes better bone health.

Fibromyalgia patients

Fibromyalgia patients: Deliberate Walking will reduce global pain associated with Fibromyalgia.

MOI Approach

The MOI approach integrates traditional orthopedic interventions with Deliberate Walking. The method involves a three-pronged approach incorporating education, practice, and sharing, centered around mindfulness.

Initial Evaluation

Initial evaluation of musculoskeletal problem with diagnosis (30-45 min)

  • Review of traditional orthopedic non-surgical treatment options
  • Introduction to deliberate walking as a treatment option

2nd Visit

2nd visit – deliberate walking instruction, review additional diagnostic testing (30 min)

Follow-up Evaluations

Follow-up evaluations (15-30 min)

  • Videos of walking/running gait with patient’s smartphone for later reference
  • Referrals for PT and surgical consultation if needed

Most insurances accepted, except HAP and some Medicaid insurances

Treating complex orthopedic conditions and issues, one step at a time.