The hardest part of gait analysis has always been providing a stable basis for tracking the pelvis.
Now Codamotion has introduced a new lightweight, fully integrated pelvic frame for the purpose. It can be used in gait protocols using leg wands or clusters, depending on the anatomical model being preferred.
It uses a special elasticated belt material developed originally within Loughborough University to provide a firm base on the pelvis. The frame itself fixes onto the belt once it is secure and is adjustable over a wide range of pelvic widths.
For more information, see our product page.