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normal adult gait - Gait and Motor Milestones


Jun 22, 2012 · Gait normal & abnormal 1. Gait(normal & abnormal) Dr. P. Ratan Khuman (PT) M.P.T., (Ortho & Sports) 2. Definition Locomotion or gait – It is defined as a translatory progression of the body as a whole produce by coordinated, rotatory movements of body segments. Normal gait – It is a rhythmic & characterized by alternating propulsiv. A mature gait pattern is well established by about 3 years of age, and the gait of a seven-year-old child resembles that of an adult. The normal adult gait cycle involves heel strike, stance and then toe-off. The stance phase is the foot in contact with the ground and the swing phase is the foot off the ground.

> Neurological Examination Templates. Normal Neurological Examination. is normal. Gait is steady with normal steps, base, arm swing, and turning. Heel and toe walking are normal. Tandem gait is normal when the patient closes one of her eyes. The "Normal Adult Exam" and its paragraph and neuromuscular versions are compatible with. In addition to understanding which parameters characterize gait performance, classifying gait as being dysfunctional necessitates that a clinician understands what “normal” gait is. While normal gait is not readily defined, normative and population-based data provide insight about what one might expect the magnitude of certain gait Cited by: 351.

Home for Adult NeuroLogic Exam NeuroLogic Cases Pediatric NeuroLogic Exam. Natural Gait The patient should be able to walk with a smooth, coordinated gait. There should be normal associated movement of the upper extremities. Heel and Toe Walking A good way to test balance as well as strength of the distal lower extremities is to have the. Neuropathic Gait Demonstration This type of gait is most often seen in peripheral nerve disease where the distal lower extremity is most affected. Because the foot dorsiflexors are weak, the patient has a high stepping gait in an attempt to avoid dragging the toe on the ground.