During the consultation, the technical orthopedist of SIA UniHaus performs a dynamic analysis of the patient’s gait, which allows him to evaluate his gait. During it, the patient walks several times along a 3 m long path equipped with pressure sensors. During the course, video filming is carried out with at least 2 video cameras, which allows to visually judge the problems of the course in a repeated, slow-motion mode.
To apply for a consultation with a doctor – technical orthopedist Dr. Andra Zarovska, please contact us by calling or writing by e-mail.
If it is determined during the consultation that gait correction is necessary, it can be done with orthopedic insoles, which our masters make individually for each patient.
Orthotic shoe inserts can also serve as foot-relief orthoses, reducing pressure in specific areas to relieve foot pain.
More information about these individual orthopedic insoles can be read in the section “Individual Orthopedic Insoles”.
The following information and measurements are obtained during dynamic gait analysis:
In addition, it is possible to measure the most important angles of joint movements in a video recording and save a record of the measurements. It allows judging body movements during gait and changes in dynamics.
Dynamic gait analysis is most often performed on adults. Dynamic gait analysis is recommended for children from the age of 8, when children begin to develop an adult-like gait. Up to the age of 8, children have the opportunity to make a video recording to make a visual assessment of their progress. It allows a visual assessment of gait parameters, but does not provide information on foot support surface pressure measurements during gait.