Free paper session

5.04 Gait and balance - Amputee gait

Location: Mueble, Business Center I, First floor


5.04.1: Gait requires elevated muscle activation of the hip flexors in the residual limb of unilateral transfemoral and through-knee amputees - Alice M Benton

5.04.2: Force transmission capacity of the lower limb amputees with bone-anchored prostheses compared with socket prostheses and persons with hip replacements - Siegmar Blumentritt, Thomas Schmalz

5.04.3: Comparison of Balance and Gait Speed between Transtibial Prosthetic Users with Pin Lock and Vacuum Assisted Suspension Systems - Cansu Koltak

5.04.4: Do Prosthetic and Non-Prosthetic Limbs React Differently to Simulated Tripping Falls in Individuals with Unilateral Transtibial Amputation? - Szu-Ping Lee

5.04.5: Changes in gait speed in new lower limb prosthetic users within the first three months after inpatient prosthetic rehabilitation - Shea Teevan

5.04.6: Relation between the kinematic gait profile score and daily activity data in individuals with amputation above the knee - Roland Zügner


Han Houdijk
Dept Human Movement Sciences, University Medical Centre, University Groningen, Netherlands
Shane Wurdeman
Hanger Institute for Clinical Research and Education, Austin, USA


Alice M. Benton
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Siegmar Blumentritt
Private University of Applied Sciences, Göttingen, Germany
Cansu Koltak
Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Mersin, Turkey
Szu-Ping Lee
University of Nevada Las Vegas, Department of Physical Therapy, Las Vegas, USA
Shea Teevan
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia
Roland Zügner
Department of Orthopaedics, Sahlgrenska Academy, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Event Location

Mueble, Business Center I, First floor