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3 Reasons To Not Perform An Observational Gait Analysis

Many running experts have seen some very motivated runners in their clinical experience. In most cases those runners will do almost anything to return to running. But as running experts it’s important for us to recognize when a running gait analysis is not warranted and potentially detrimental to the runner’s health. Here are 3 reasons to not perform an observational gait analysis.


Justin is an outpatient PT who started his own running gait analysis clinic. He has faculty appointments at University of the Pacific and frequently teaches at UC San Francisco's PT school. Justin is passionate about combining teaching and gait analysis to help other PTs start their own running gait analysis clinics.


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