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Gait test

Gait test

Gait test: The gait test is an assessment of balance, coordination, and posture while walking; the patient walks back and forth, first on the balls of the feet and heels, then on tiptoe (balls of their feet) and finally on their heels. The patient may also be asked to tandem (heel-toe) walk.

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