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Normal Gait Motion

Normal necessary motion at each joint for gait activities

Portion of PhaseNormal Motion in Ankle FootNormal Motion in KneeNormal Motion in Hip
Midstance to heel off 10-15 degrees dorsiflexion 5 degrees of flexion to 0 degrees or neutral Neutral to 10 degrees extension
Heel off to toe off 15 degrees dorsiflexion to 20 degrees plantar flexion 0-40 degrees flexion 10 degrees hyperextension to neutral
Acceleration to midswing Dorsiflexion to neutral 40-60 degrees flexion 20-30 degrees flexion
Midswing to deceleration Neutral 60-0 degrees moving through extension 30 degrees flexion to neutral
Heel strike to foot flat 0-15 degrees of plantar flexion 0-15 degrees flexion 30 degrees flexion
Foot flat through midstance 15 degrees plantar flexion to 10 degrees dorsiflexion 15-5 degrees moving through extension 30 degrees flexion to 5 degrees (neutral)
Created by: jvlassov