The specialists in Shriners Children’s motion analysis centers collect and analyze movement-related data, like gait analysis, to help treat children with neuromuscular, acquired or congenital disorders.
Learn about the recent milestone celebrated at the Motion Analysis Center at Shriners Children's Florida
Gerald Harris, Ph.D., PE, explains how motion analysis is improving care for cerebral palsy, and bone disorders.
Podcast with Dr. Peter Smith on Osteogenesis Imperfecta, and how motion analysis helps orthopedic care.
Senior physical therapist joins board to help certify motion analysis centers in the U.S.
Motion analysis can help us to understand the movement of children with neuromuscular-acquired or congenital disorders and develop an appropriate plan based on what we learn.
Learn more about the Motion Analysis Research Program at Shriners Children's
Patient Story https://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/Patient-Stories/2021/10/Luke
Luke became a patient after a motorbike accident destroyed the tendons in the front of his left leg.
The motion analysis center at Lexington Shriners Medical Center recently received at $100,000 grant to assist with its budget needs for the year.
Shriners Children’s provides the full spectrum of pediatric orthopedic care. It's everything from fracture care and casting for broken bones, to surgery and rehabilitation.