Chronic Hemiparetic Gait – Case Study 17

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Individual with history of brain tumor resection and left-sided hemiparesis of ~30 years. Lumbar pathology resulting in right-sided radiculopathy to areas of L3-L5 innervation. Left lower extremity is 1/2″ functionally shorter than the right side.

Video includes both a lateral view and an anterior-posterior view.

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Ben Jones says:

Could you do a follow up video breaking down her gait and explaining causes and interventions? Very new to gait analysis.

FM says:

What is the survival rate for people with hemiparesis either from strok or other neurological issues ?

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