Abnormal gait

Specialty of Neurology

Abnormal gait are disorders that affect normal walking usually due to injury or disease of the spinal cord, brain, legs or feet. There are several types of abnormal gait and among the most common are: hemiplegic gait, usually caused by brain injury or stroke which causes the patient to walk with one leg and the torso bent to one side; and myopathic gait is a form of gait abnormality in which the waddling caused by the weakness of the muscles of the pelvic girdle.

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