Prerequisite: Successful completion of all second-year coursework in the DPT Program. Corequisite: PT 772L. Designed to promote an in-depth understanding of the arthrokinematic, biomechanical, kinematic and kinetic characteristics of gait and running in normal individuals, and functional movement analysis in patients/clients with disabilities and functional limitations. Both observational and instrumented gait analyses will be emphasized when evaluating client videotapes in the laboratory setting. Instrumented analyses include the study of kinesiological electromyography, motion analysis (kinematics), ground reaction forces and vectors (kinetics), and stride characteristics. Laboratory sessions will focus on evaluating patients/clients. Patient/clients videos will include individuals diagnosed with cerebral palsy, stroke, post-polio syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, arthritis, amputations and traumatic brain injury.