gait analysis


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gait analysis

[′gāt ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(physiology)
An aspect of kinesiology that involves the study of walking or other types of ambulation.
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Gait analysis in the amputee: Has it helped the amputee or contributed to the development of improved prosthetic components?
Gait analysis has also been used in PD patients to study the effects on locomotion of functional neurosurgery, levodopa therapy, visual cues and rehabilitation.
Normalised median (IQR) Rivermead Visual Gait Analysis and mean (SD) visual analogue scale data during treadmill walking at each intensity are presented in Figure 1.
We can carry out detailed biomechanical assessments and gait analysis to establish the problems of clients, who range from international athletes and pro footballers to businessmen, housewives and children,' he said.
Results of a study comparing three-dimensional computerized gait analysis with various measures of function and quality of life suggest that gait analysis "reflects real functional abilities, and improvement [in gait analysis] reflects real functional improvement," said Dr.
The running gait analysis involves making two digital video recordings of the runner's gait on a treadmill, first barefoot and then in running shoes.
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Ras Al Khaimah: The RAK Rehabilitation Centre at RAK Hospital is offering free screening on back strength and gait analysis on the occasion of the World Physical Therapy Day (September 8).
Forensic Gait Analysis was first created as admissible evidence in the criminal justice system in 2000 (11-14) and is the most recent sub-specialty of the discipline of forensic podiatry.
A triaxial accelerometer was then fitted to both knees after surgery, and gait analysis was performed.