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Prosthetic gait dev

prosthetic gait deviations transtibial amputation

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excessive knee flexion during stance socket may be aligned too far forward or tilted anteriorly; PF bumper too hard limiting PF, high heel shoe; knee flexion contracture or weak quads
inadequate knee flexion during stance socket may be aligned too far back or tilted post; PF bumper or heel cushion too soft; low heel shoe; anterodistal discomfort, weak quads
lateral thrust at midstance foot is inset too much
medial thrust at midstance foot is outset too much
drop off or premature knee flexion in late stance socket is set too far forward or excessively flexed; DF bumper too soft resulting in excess DF of foot; prosthetic foot keel too short; knee flexion contracture
delayed knee flexion during late stance socket set too far back or lacks sufficient flexion; DF bumper too stiff causing excess PF; prosthetic foot keel too long
Created by: bluepunkstar