Tutorials

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Stickers set up

You will use stickers to attain automatic measurements. It is important that you put these on properly.

SMALL ROUND STICKERS

The small green stickers are for the foot calculator photos. You will put 6 stickers on total, 3 on each leg. One on either side of the leg and one on the back of the leg. Be sure to have all the stickers above the ankle.

SQUARE STICKERS
These will be put on the tip of your shoe. These are used to measure walking symmetry and speed. You put the stickers on the tip of your shoe, leaving it stand up as a square. DO NOT put this onto the shoe so that it takes the front shape of the shoe. The camera reads the square. Heads up, your shoulders will also be tracked, be sure to have nothing on your shoulders (no hair, no collar, no scarfs)


External arch (right) weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is on the ground with the lens of the camera at the top of phone (camera furthest from the floor) and at least 12 inches from the leg. This may require the photographer to get down onto the ground, squat, sit, lie.

Put a sticker on the ankle as you see in the overlay example.

Frame the foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand on one leg like you are a flamingo, all weight on this foot, holding onto the wall for support. Only the OUTSIDE of your RIGHT foot should be visible. Make sure you do not see any other feet.


Internal arch (left) weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is on the ground with the lens of the camera at the top of phone (camera furthest from the floor) and at least 12 inches from the leg. This may require the photographer to get down onto the ground, squat, sit, lie.

Put a sticker on the ankle as you see in the overlay example.

Frame the foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand on one leg like you are a flamingo, all weight on this foot, holding onto the wall for support. Only the INSIDE of your LEFT foot should be visible. Make sure you do not see any other feet.


External arch (left) weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is on the ground with the lens of the camera at the top of phone (camera furthest from the floor) and at least 12 inches from the leg. This may require the photographer to get down onto the ground, squat, sit, lie.

Put a sticker on the ankle as you see in the overlay example.

Frame the foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand on one leg like you are a flamingo, all weight on this foot, holding onto the wall for support. Only the OUTSIDE of your LEFT foot should be visible. Make sure you do not see any other feet.


Internal arch (right) weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is on the ground with the lens of the camera at the top of phone (camera furthest from the floor) and at least 12 inches from the leg. This may require the photographer to get down onto the ground, squat, sit, lie.

Put a sticker on the ankle as you see in the overlay example.

Frame the foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand on one leg like you are a flamingo, all weight on this foot, holding onto the wall for support. Only the INSIDE of your RIGHT foot should be visible. Make sure you do not see any other feet.


Heels / ankles weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is on the ground with the lens of the camera at the top of phone (camera furthest from the floor) and at least 12 inches from the leg. This may require the photographer to get down onto the ground, squat, sit, lie.

Put a sticker on the ankle as you see in the overlay example.

Frame the foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand, facing the wall with your back to the camera and heels about a fist distance apart. Please stand so that both heels can be photographed and the feet are directly in front of the heel. Ideally, you should not see the toes.


Lunge - left

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera orientation Portrait/Tall: Frame to capture the entire LEFT leg. Take a video of the LEFT knee touching the wall while the left foot is flat on the floor. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand in a lunge, facing the wall with LEFT leg closest to the wall and camera. Lean the LEFT knee forward to touch the wall while the LEFT foot is flat on the floor.


Lunge - right

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Camera orientation Portrait/Tall: Frame to capture the entire RIGHT leg. Take a video of the RIGHT knee touching the wall while the left foot is flat on the floor. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand in a lunge, facing the wall with the RIGHT leg closest to the wall and camera. Lean the RIGHT knee forward to touch the wall while the RIGHT foot is flat on the floor.


Heels / ankles non-weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA-SET UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Stickers are still on the back of the leg, or replace again, as you see in the overlay.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is at least 12 inches from the heels. Position the feet a fist distance apart. Frame the feet with a small space to the right and left of the feet. You may need to work around the legs of the chair/stool. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Kneel on a chair or stool, facing the wall with your back to the camera and heels about a fist distance apart. Please kneel so that both heels are hanging over the chair. Heels should be photographed while feet are resting in the air. Both heels are photographed with the feet directly in front of the heel. Ideally, you should not see the toes.


External arch (right) non-weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA-SET UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Stickers are still on the ankle, or replace again, as you see in the overlay.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is at least 12 inches from the leg. Frame the OUTSIDE of the RIGHT foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot.

PARTICIPANT:

Please sit on a chair or stool and show the RIGHT foot so that the OUTSIDE arch can be photographed. Only the OUTSIDE of your RIGHT foot should be visible.


Internal arch (left) non-weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA-SET UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Stickers are still on the ankle, or replace again, as you see in the overlay.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is at least 12 inches from the leg. Frame the INSIDE of the LEFT foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot.

PARTICIPANT:

Please sit on a chair or stool and show the LEFT foot so that the INSIDE arch can be photographed. Only the INSIDE of your LEFT foot should be visible.


Ankle left range of motion

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Camera Portrait/Tall: Frame the left foot so that is centered with the wall as background. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Sit on a chair or stool, sideways to the wall with your left foot closest to the camera.
1) lift your left foot off the floor
2) point your toes down toward the floor
3) point your toes up to the ceiling
4) point your toes side-to-side
5) rotate your toes in a circle moving the ankle all the way one direction and then the other.
Repeat this 3 times for the video.


External arch (left) non-weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA-SET UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Stickers are still on the ankle, or replace again, as you see in the overlay.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is at least 12 inches from the leg. Frame the OUTSIDE of the LEFT foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot.

PARTICIPANT:

Please sit on a chair or stool and show the LEFT foot so that the OUTSIDE arch can be photographed. Only the OUTSIDE of your LEFT foot should be visible.


Internal arch (right) non-weight bearing

CAMERA VIEW

CAMERA-SET UP:

Be sure to have a clean background and good, even lighting to see the entire foot, with little shadow.

Stickers are still on the ankle, or replace again, as you see in the overlay.

Camera Landscape/Horizontal. Camera is at least 12 inches from the leg. Frame the INSIDE of the RIGHT foot with a small space in front of and behind the foot.

PARTICIPANT:

Please sit on a chair or stool and show the RIGHT foot so that the INSIDE arch can be photographed. Only the INSIDE of your RIGHT foot should be visible.


Ankle right range of motion

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Camera Portrait/Tall: Frame the right foot so that is centered with the wall as background. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Sit on a chair or stool, sideways to the wall with your right foot closest to the camera.
1) lift your right foot off the floor
2) point your toes down toward the floor
3) point your toes up to the ceiling
4) point your toes side-to-side
5) rotate your toes in a circle moving the ankle all the way one direction and then the other.
Repeat this 3 times for the video.


Pin prick

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA-SET UP:

Camera Portrait/Tall in tripod: Frame the dominant leg so that is centered with the participant facing the camera. Be sure to have a clean background and good light. Be sure the person performing the test is not blocking the view of the camera.

PARTICIPANT:

Sit on a chair or stool, facing the camera.
1) close your eyes
2) using closed safety pin or paper clip, helper should test sensation just above the knee and ask, "dull or sharp?"
3) if dull is correctly felt, gently try the open, sharp end of pin or clip in the same location
4) continue this way between the knee and calf-line
5) next below the midline of the calf
6) and then below or at the ankle bone.


Line stand eyes open

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Camera Portrait/Tall in tripod: Line up the line with the T on the floor. Record of 10 seconds. If the patient falls out of pose, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand with feet together, dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Place hands on hips. Take one, natural step forward with non-dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Look at the camera and hold until told to stop.


One leg stand eyes open

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record for 10 seconds. If the participant falls out of pose, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand with feet together, dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Place hands on hips. Raise foot of the non-dominant leg, with knee bent at 90º and shin parallel to the floor. Hold and look at the camera until I tell you to stop.


Line stand eyes closed

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record for 10 seconds. If the participant falls out of pose, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand with feet together, dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Place hands on hips. Take one natural step forward with the non-dominant foot and place it lengthwise on the line. Close your eyes and hold until I tell you to stop.


One leg stand eyes closed

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA-SET UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record for 10 seconds. If the participant falls out of pose, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand with feet together, with the dominant foot on the line lengthwise. Place hands on hips. Raise foot of non-dominant leg, with knee bent 90º and shin parallel to floor. Close your eyes and hold until I tell you to stop.


Line walk

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record for 6 steps. If the participant can not do 6 steps, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Stand with feet together, dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Place hands on hips. Walk forward on the line in a natural walking stride, placing feet lengthwise on the line with each step.


Line walk heel to toe

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA-SET UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record for 6 steps. If the participant can not do 6 steps, please keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Please stand with feet together, dominant foot lengthwise on the line. Place hands on hips. Walk forward on the line, toe-to-heel, placing feet lengthwise on the line with each step as close to the foot on the line as possible.


Time up and go

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record from sit to stand to walking for 10 steps and then return to seated. If they are not able to complete 10 steps ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Sit in a chair, approximately 12-15 feet from and facing the camera. Stand up from the seated position (without using your hands, if possible), gain your balance and then walk 10 steps toward the camera. Turn around and return to the chair and sit down.


Heel walking

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record heel walking for 10 steps and then return to start position walking normally. If they are not able to complete 10 steps keep filming and ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

PARTICIPANT:

Walk toward the camera on your heels with your toes pointed toward the ceiling for 10 steps and then return to the starting position walking normally.


Gait analysis

CAMERA VIEW

HOW TO VIDEO

CAMERA SET-UP:

Portrait/Tall in tripod at about shoulder level - Line up the line with the T on the floor. Camera is directly in front of the participant with the entire body is in the frame. Record participant walking normally for 6 steps, pause with both feet and both shoulders in the frame, turn and walk back to starting position, then turn to the camera. If they are not able to complete 6 steps or if both feet aren’t in frame during pause, ask them to try one more time. Be sure to have a clean background and good light.

It is important to have both shoulders and feet in the frame for the analysis to run smoothly. If this doesn’t happen, no problem, just redo the filming please.

PARTICIPANT:

With reflectors on front of shoes as if you were kicking a door, walk toward the camera normally for 6-8 steps and then pause, with feet in the frame then return to the starting position walking normally.

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