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Posts Tagged ‘Gait Compensation’

Gait Deviation – Excessive Inward Rotation of Hip Joint

Pain and stiffness associated with osteoarthritis in knee joints can result in a limp, gait deviations and gait compensations. Gait deviations are variations from what is perceived as normal walking or running. These deviations are described as limitations, restrictions or weaknesses that lead to lack of mobility, stability or symmetry of movement. Gait deviations also…

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How to do the analysis of slow-motion video of human movement

Smart phone video technology provides significant opportunities to analyze human movement. There are four steps involved in using smart phone video for slow motion video analysis. Each step has considerations, challenges and barriers that need to be addressed. The four steps are recording movement; analyzing the movement; storing the video data; and retrieving the video…

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Slow motion video (Smart Phone) analysis is under-utilized, & under-valued

Smart phone video technology provides significant opportunities to analyze human movement. There are four steps involved in using smart phone video for slow motion video analysis. Each step has considerations, challenges and barriers that need to be addressed. The four steps are recording movement; analyzing the movement; storing the video data; and retrieving the video…

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Deviant Gait – Compensation

  Compensation is necessary when there is injury or a necessity of making up for something unwelcome or unpleasant. Compensation can be perceived as a negative or positive situation. With injury the dichotomy is will there be recovery or compensation?  Salamanders are fascinating animals that are capable of regenerating lost limbs, as well as other…

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