Gait Assessment

Gait is the pattern of movement of the limbs during locomotion over a solid substrate. The gait cycle (GC) in its simplest form is comprised of stance and swing phases. As the body moves forward, one limb typically provides support while the other limb is advanced in preparation for its role as the support limb. Gait analysis is a method used to assess the walking, to highlight the biomechanical abnormalities, posture-related or movement-related problems of the patient. Here, a video of the patient is played


Simulation Type

Condition, Using real videos

Gender Specific

No, Common for both gender

Conditions Simulated

     Normal Gait

     Parkinsons Gait

     Neuropathic Gait

     Cerebellar Gait

     Myopathic Gait

     Diplegic Gait

     Hemiplegic Gait

     Choreiform Gait


     Click ‘Play’ button to start the video.

     User can pause, play, reverse, speed up, speed down and  view in fullscreen using the options in the player and observe the gait.