Gait way: New Little Rock clinical orthopaedics group specializes in helping runners keep running


Photographs by John Sykes Jr.

Gary Taylor cooperates while Chris Oholendt, rehab therapy manager, applies reflectors to key points on his lower body so he can undergo 3D Gait Analysis at the UAMS Orthopaedics Clinic.

When Gary Taylor sits in an airport and the humans stride past, he can't stop himself: He has to watch how they walk.

No socks or no-see-um socks are required so reflective dots will stick to the skin during 3D Gait Analysis at the UAMS Orthopaedics Clinic.

While Gary Taylor uses a treadmill with the 3D Gait Analysis system running, a computer animation of his lower skeleton moves with him.

Chris Oholendt calibrates the 3D Gait Analysis cameras, seen on the banner.

Chris Oholendt (left) and Dr. Michael Cassat say that research on running injuries has been lacking, but data collected by 3D Gait Analysis has challe...

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