natural gait

natural gait

barefoot gait (shoewear should allow the foot and limb to function as in barefoot gait)
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The L300 Systems provide wearers with a more natural gait and promotes long-term recovery.
With both parts of the device delivering controlled electrical stimulation to the lower and now upper leg, the L300 Plus, which is now in use at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Sarasota, allows for an even more stable and natural gait.
While most artificial feet and limbs do a pretty good job restoring mobility to people who have lost a leg, they have ways to go before they equal the intricacy of a natural gait.
As such, neurological impairments in the form of diminished reflex response may significantly impair natural gait automaticity.
The engine quietens as you speed up, and cruising between 70-80mph is a relaxing natural gait, with plenty in reserve when needed.
The winner has a slightly awkard head carriage, but it hasn't held him back, Barron said: "That's just his natural gait and he keeps on finding.
A bit agricultural at tickover, the engine quietens down as you speed up and cruising at between 70-80mph is a relaxing natural gait, with plenty in reserve should it be needed.
Observing the gait of a child, who has not habituated into shoes, provides a window into the development of natural gait.
Other walkers are equipped with wheels that allow for a more natural gait and do not require lifting, but they do make the walker less stable.
From other side the fixed cup and a movement stem with a femoral ball shown in figures of ISO description can specify the sequence of Euler rotations as FE, AA, and IOR, which in a greater degree coincides with that of human natural gait.
When the back end did let go on the track, it did so in a measured and gradual fashion making it easy to correct; when conditions started to dry the car settled into its more natural gait of neutral cornering pushing into mild understeer when pressed.