Abnormality of Gait

In a recent Parkinsons Recovery Radio show, Bill Hubert made an interesting observation. People with mobility problems often walk with one long step followed up by a short step. That is to say, the right step is consistently longer than the left (or vice versa). This is described by some observers as a shuffle. Shuffles can eventually lead to falls.

So much for describing what is a common problem with an abnormality of gait for a surprising number of people. What in the world can be done about this problem?

In this video, Bill Hubert from Bal-A-Vis-X describes a simple therapy that corrects the problem.

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