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If there is a lack of control during gait analysis, what is a reasonable inference that can be made about running assessment?
When placing the marker on the femoral head, what is a helpful cue if the patient is wearing excess clothing?
In the sagittal plane, markers should be placed on all but the:
During initial contact, what is the ideal angle of hip flexion in gait?
During terminal extension, what is the optimal angle for hip extension?
An excessive angle of pelvic drop and hip adduction as observed in midstance assessment may be indicative of what muscular weakness?
Terminal stance ends when the swing leg is ______ to the weight-bearing leg.
True or False, A lack of ankle dorsiflexion in the sagittal plane when assessing gait could “Bleed” or create compensations into other planes of movement.
During load response, what muscle group is the primary decelerator?
During midstance, the frontal plane motion of the pelvis (pelvic drop) should be _____.