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    Exclamation Clinical Gait Analysis

    HI
    Gait analysis is commonly used in the clinical setting for patients with cerebral palsy (maybe even some other neurological problems), orthotics and prosthetics. I am writing my diploma thesis about clinical gait analysis (CGA) and its application in a certain area. As useful as it is, CGA hasn't been much applied in practice in areas such as lower back pain, post lower extremity trauma or total joint replacements.
    Does anyone use or know someone who uses CGA for these or other similar (orthopedic) diagnosis?
    As I'm just starting my research on this topic any help is welcome... including useful literature, clinics in Europe that are usisng CGA, etc

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    Re: Clinical Gait Analysis

    thank you very very much much


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    Re: Clinical Gait Analysis

    Nice biomechanic issue.............good luck!


    However I can suggest here a book of Physical Rehabilitaion, Susan B O'Sullivan and Thomase [chapters 10 & 14]
    along with u can have a look for the topics of the conference of physical therapy 2011
    Abstracts and presentations | WCPT.org


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    Re: Clinical Gait Analysis

    Nice issue to be disscused...........Good Luck!

    Anyhow, may here I CAN suggest Physical Rehbilitiaon book chapter 10 & 14 for Susan O'Sullivan and ThomaAS

    Along with the website is
    | WCPT.org



 
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