Clinical Gait Assessment Using Plantar Pressure Analysis (Part 3):
How to Analyze Data to Understand What We Are Seeing
In XSENSOR Technology’s webinar, ‘How to Analyze Data to Understand What We Are Seeing’, Paul Graham (Musculoskeletal Podiatrist & Clinical Educator in Plantar Pressure Analysis) explores the current protocol to record plantar pressure data to ensure effective analysis.
The recording and analysis of plantar pressure data requires a thorough understanding and review to comprehend what is being presented. If the recording is not captured in such a way to provide accurate and consistent data, then the analysis can become compromised.
Using the foundational analysis tools within XSENSOR’s software, we will review recorded data, going beyond the pressure mapping, and looking at the timing and trajectory of body weight, as well as symmetry and tissue loading. We conclude this segment by comparing data captured during the initial examination to data captured after treatment.
Finally, we will explore actual case studies reviewing the various analysis features and what they can tell us, providing information on components of foot conditions so that we may develop treatment strategies to address any dysfunction and reduce stress from any injured tissues.
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The current protocol for recording and averaging plantar pressure data to get consistent results for analysis.
The key analysis tools that XSENSOR’s software provides to help you analyze data, including centre of pressure, force vs. time graphs, and gait statistics.
Actual case studies to better help you understand the components of conditions and how to develop successful treatment strategies.
About the Presenter:
B. App. Sc. (Pod.), F.A.A.P.S.M., M. A. Pod. A.
Current Member of the Australian Pain Society
Paul Graham is an Australian podiatrist with a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions. He was awarded a Fellow of the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine in 1999 and in 2003 an Honorary Affiliate of the School of Human Biosciences at Latrobe University in Melbourne Australia. For over 20 years Paul has used plantar pressure analysis in his clinical practice for the diagnosis and treatment of gait and foot dysfunctions.
With Stepforce Training Paul provides education and training in the clinical use of plantar pressure through online education and webinars, clinical consultancy, in-clinic workshops, and as a seminar speaker.
For the past two years Paul has presented to online conferences in China and India on the clinical use of plantar pressure analysis in the prevention and treatment of diabetic foot conditions.