Sergio Lerma Lara

Lecture: “Three-dimensional analysis of movement in children with ICP”.

Dr. Lerma Lara is a PT from the University Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) and holds a degree in Physiotherapy from the Pontifical University at Comillas. He earned an official master’s degree in Pain Examination and Treatment at the URJC, where he also earned his doctorate degree.

He is currently an Associate Professor and Researcher at the La Salle Higher Education Center (Autonomous University of Madrid), serving as the dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences.

He has been the head of the Physiotherapy Department at the Institute for Functional Rehabilitation La Salle, where he has combined clinical assistance with practical teaching for the last 4 years.

He has been invited to deliver instruction in different graduate and postgraduate programs in physiotherapy (Pontifical University at Comillas, European University of Madrid, CEU San Pablo and the Gimbernat University School Cantabria). He is also an active scientific communicator as a speaker at national and international events in areas pertaining to the three-dimensional analysis of movement, robotic rehabilitation, and management alternatives in pediatric physiotherapy.

Lerma Lara coordinated the clinical practice and research at the Laboratory for the Analysis of Movement of the University Children’s Hospital Niño Jesús for 10 years. He is currently a researcher in that center.