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February 12, 2017
Nune Karapefian (L) talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner, 8, walked with reflective and...
Aurora, UNITED STATES
Nune Karapefian talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner walked with reflective and surface...
Nune Karapefian (L) talks with staff after her daughter Ryleah Geisner, 8, walked with reflective and surface EMG sensors attached to her body in the Center for Gait and Movement Analysis lab at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, Colorado, U.S., February 9, 2017. 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. At center is Joanna Roybal, physical therapist, and right is Kayla Burnim, gait lab engineer. Picture taken on February 9, 2017. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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