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By Jessica Rose, James G Gamble

The definitive textual content on human gait is now in its 3rd Edition—thoroughly revised to mirror fresh advances within the examine of human locomotion and the medical use of gait research. The e-book positive aspects contributions from prime specialists in all of the disciplines excited by the learn, evaluate, and remedy of gait problems, together with actual medication and rehabilitation, orthopaedics, neurology, actual treatment, podiatry, kinesiology, and biomedical engineering. This edition's up-to-date chapters have a better specialize in research of remedy results. 5 new chapters disguise evolution of human strolling; edition in being pregnant, getting older, and alcoholism; strolling for overall healthiness; simulation of gait; and ten vital take-home classes approximately strolling.

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11) and those of Gard and Childress (14) may be more related to differences in language usage and interpretations than to differences in fact. CONCLUSIONS Data suggest that the first three determinants do not reduce the vertical displacement of the BCOM during able-bodied gait. The second and third determinants appear to provide shock absorption. The shock absorption determinants (second and third) seem likely to smooth the discontinuities associated with heel contact (create sinusoidal trajectories).

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