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Kinesiology Laboratory 8. Posture and Gait Analysis. Lateral Plumb Line. Stand so that the line is slightly anterior to lateral malleoli. Anterior/Posterior Plumb Line. *Plumb line should be equidistant from both feet. Normal Vertical Plumb Line Analysis. *. * *.

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Kinesiology laboratory 8

Kinesiology Laboratory 8

Posture and Gait Analysis


Lateral plumb line

Lateral Plumb Line

  • Stand so that the line is slightly anterior to lateral malleoli


Anterior posterior plumb line

Anterior/Posterior Plumb Line

*Plumb line should be equidistant from both feet


Normal vertical plumb line analysis

Normal Vertical Plumb Line Analysis

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* Plumb line should be slightly posterior to the center of the hip joint and only slightly anterior to the knee and ankle joint.


Normal spinal curvature

Normal Spinal Curvature

Posterior concave curves are termed Lordosis

Posterior convex curves are termed Kyphosis

Flattening or increases in curvature beyond baseline are postural abnormalities that lead to increase stress on joints and surrounding structures.


Lateral deviations

Lateral Deviations

Knee

Genu recurvatum-

Plumb line will fall anterior to knee cap


Posterior anterior deviations

Posterior/Anterior Deviations

Ankle

Hyperpronation

Supination


Anterior posterior deviations

Anterior/Posterior Deviations

Knee

Vargus

Valgus


Posterior anterior deviations1

Posterior/Anterior Deviations

Hip

Different Iliac Crest heights

Lateral gluteal fold deviations

Spine

Lateral deviations (Scoliosis)

Scapula

Winging

Shoulders

Different Heights


Changes in posture high heels

Changes in Posture: High Heels

Shortened Achilles Tendon due to increased plantar flexion

Center of gravity shifted forward

Compensation causes

Increased lumbar lordosis

Stress on knees


Normal gait

Normal Gait


Rla vs traditional terminology

RLA vs Traditional Terminology


Heel strike

Heel Strike

Ankle: Neutral (isometric contraction of dorsiflexors)

Knee: Slight Flexion (eccentric of knee extensors)

Hip: 30 degrees Flexion (isometric of hip extensors)

Trunk: Rotated to Opposite Side (isometric of erector spinae group)

Body weight shifts to stance leg


Flat foot

Flat Foot

Ankle: 5-10 degrees of Plantar Flexion (eccentric dorsiflexors)

Knee: 15 degrees of Flexion (eccentric quadriceps)

Hip: Moving into Extension (isometric extensors)

Body weight continues to shift stance foot


Mid stance

Mid-Stance

Ankle: Dorsiflexion (eccentric plantarflexors)

Knee: Extension (no contraction)

Hip: Extension (concentric extensors and abductors)

Trunk: Neutral

Single limb support occurs

Highest level of horizontal displacement of center of gravity and vertical displacement of center of gravity


Heel off

Heel Off

Ankle: initially dorsiflexion, moving into plantar flexion (for push off) (concentric plantar flexors)

Knee: extension (eccentric quads)

Hip: Hyperextension (isometric extensors, eccentric hip flexors)

Trunk: Rotation to same side


Toe off

Toe Off

Toes: Hyperextension

Ankle: Plantar flexion appox. 10-15 degrees (concentric plantar flexors)

Knee: Flexion to 30 degrees (eccentric quads)

Hip: Moving into Flexion (concentric hip flexors)


Acceleration

Acceleration

Ankle: Moves into dorsiflexion (concentric dorsiflexors)

Knee: Flexion (eccentric quads)

Hip: (concentric flexors)


Mid swing

Mid Swing

Ankle: Neutral (isometric dorsiflexion)

Knee: 60 degrees of Flexion (eccentric quads)

Hip: 25 degrees of Flexion (concentric hip flexors)


Deceleration

Deceleration

Ankle: Neutral (isometric dorsiflexors)

Knee: Full Extension (eccentric hamstrings)

Hip: Flexion (eccentric extensors)


Gait analysis

Gait Analysis

Step length is the distance between the point of initial contact of one foot and the point of initial contact of the opposite foot. In normal gait, right and left step lengths are similar.

Stride length is the distance between successive points of initial contact of the same foot. Right and left stride lengths are normally equal.

Cadence or walking rate is calculated in steps per minute.

Walking base is the sum of the perpendicular distances from the points of initial contact of the right and left feet to the line of forward progression.

Foot angle or toe out describes an angle between the line of progression and a line drawn between the midpoints of the calcaneus and the second metatarsal head.


Trendelenburg sign vs trendelenburg gait

Trendelenburg Sign Vs Trendelenburg Gait

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=IuEeKzqsfmk&feature=endscreen


In two weeks

In Two Weeks

  • Final Lab Practical

    • Principles

      • Active and Passive Insufficiency

      • Length-Tension

      • Velocity Tension

      • Force Couples

      • Levers

    • Activity Analysis

      • Squat

      • Baseball Swing (Leading Arm)

      • Push up

      • Sit up

      • Bench Press

      • Military Press

    • Exercise Prescription

      • Lower Extremities


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