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Ortho3 gait term

Ortho3 standard vs RLA

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RLA Stance Phase Initial contact: the beginning of the stance phase that occurs when the foot touches the ground.
RLA Stance Phase Loading response: corresponds to the amount of time between initial contact and the beginning of the swing phase for the other leg.
RLA Stance Phase Midstance: to the point in stance phase when the other foot is off the floor until the body is directly over the stance limb.
RLA Stance Phase Terminal stance: begins when the stance limb╩╝s heel rises and ends when the other foot touches the ground.
RLA Stance Phase Pre-swing: begins when the other foot touches the ground and ends when the stance foot reaches toe off.
RLA Swing Phase Initial swing: begins when the stance foot lifts from the floor and ends with maximal knee flexion during swing.
RLA Swing Phase Midswing: begins with maximal knee flexion during swing and ends when the tibia is perpendicular with the ground.
RLA Swing Phase Terminal swing: begins when the tibia is perpendicular to the floor and ends when the foot touches the ground.
Standard Terminology Stance Phase Heel strike: is the instant that the heel touches the ground to begin stance phase.
Standard Terminology Stance Phase Foot flat: is the point in which the entire foot makes contact with the ground and should occur directly after heel strike.
Standard Terminology Stance Phase Midstance: is the point during the stance phase when the entire body weight is directly over the stance limb.
Standard Terminology Stance Phase Heel off: is the point in which the heel of the stance limb leaves the ground.
Standard Terminology Stance Phase Toe off: is the point in which only the toe of the stance limb remains on the ground.
Standard Terminology Swing Phase Acceleration: begins when toe off is complete and the reference limb swings until positioned directly under the body.
Standard Terminology Swing Phase Acceleration Midswing: is the point when the swing limb is directly under the body.
Standard Terminology Swing Phase Acceleration Deceleration: begins directly after midswing as the swing limb begins to extend and ends just prior to heel strike.
Standard Stance Phase: Heel strike, foot flat, midstance, heel off, toe off
standard Swing Phase: Acceleration, midswing, deceleration
RLA Stance Phase: Initial contact, loading response, midstance, terminal stance, pre-swing
RLA Swing Phase: Initial swing, midswing, terminal swing
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