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3-D tracking a better way to walk
Doctors track the body movements of eight-year-old Ryleah Geisner with 3-D motion capture technology, using the data to formulate a treatment plan for her cerebral palsy.
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAE5
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors on her body, is prepared to walk in the Center...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors on her body, is prepared to walk in the Center...
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors on her body, is prepared to walk in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab with Brittney Martz, a clinical therapy aide at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, Colorado. Ryleah has cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone, or posture. The lab was using 3-D motion capture technology to analyze Ryleah's body movement and muscle activity while walking and that data will then be used to formulate a treatment plan for her. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEV
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner has reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, before walking in the Center...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, has reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, before walking in the...
Ryleah Geisner has reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, before walking in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEX
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner looks at a photo of herself with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, looks at a photo of herself with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her...
Ryleah Geisner looks at a photo of herself with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body with her mother Nune Karapefian (L) and Brittney Martz, clinical therapy aide (R) and Joanna Roybal, physical therapist (2nd R). REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAED
February 12, 2017
The gait and pressure of Ryleah's steps is seen. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Aurora, UNITED STATES
The gait and pressure of her steps is seen in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab at Children's...
The gait and pressure of Ryleah's steps is seen. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAF0
February 12, 2017
A computer image of the foot impressions of Ryleah Geisner is seen after she walked on a pressure sensitive...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
A computer image of the foot impressions of Ryleah Geisner in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis...
A computer image of the foot impressions of Ryleah Geisner is seen after she walked on a pressure sensitive floor. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEZ
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center for...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center...
Ryleah Geisner, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. Her patient number is obscured on the screen for privacy reasons. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAF2
February 12, 2017
Nune Karapefian (L) talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner walked in the lab. 2nd L is Joanna...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Nune Karapefian talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner walked in the Center for Gait and...
Nune Karapefian (L) talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner walked in the lab. 2nd L is Joanna Roybal, physical therapist, 2nd R is Kayla Burnim, gait lab engineer and at right is Brittney Martz, clinical therapy aide. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAF6
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center...
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEY
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center...
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAF3
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner has reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body by Brittney Martz, clinical...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora...
Ryleah Geisner has reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body by Brittney Martz, clinical therapy aide (L) and Joanna Roybal, physical therapist (R,) before walking. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEA
February 12, 2017
The gait is seen on a computer monitor. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Aurora, UNITED STATES
The gait is seen on a computer monitor as Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors...
The gait is seen on a computer monitor. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAE8
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner laughs as she looks at a computer image of herself walking with reflective and surface...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner laughs as she looks at a computer image of herself walking in the Center for Gait and...
Ryleah Geisner laughs as she looks at a computer image of herself walking with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body with lab engineer Kayla Burnim. In the background is Ryleah's grandmother Sandy Geisner. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAF5
February 12, 2017
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Ryleah Geisner, 8, with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body, walks in the Center...
Ryleah Geisner walks in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-HEALTH/GAIT
RTSYAEB
February 12, 2017
Nune Karapefian (R) talks with staff as her daughter Ryleah Geisner looks over a toy she picked out after...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Nune Karapefian talks with staff as her daughter Ryleah Gersner looks over a toy she picked out in the...
Nune Karapefian (R) talks with staff as her daughter Ryleah Geisner looks over a toy she picked out after she walked in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, Colorado. At center is Joanna Roybal, physical therapist and left is Brittney Martz, clinical therapy aide. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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