Evolution of Gait Parameters in Individuals with a Lower-Limb Amputation

Regaining and developing walking ability after limb amputation is a major issue for lower limb amputees’ (LLA) independence and daily life activities. In this context, clinical gait assessments are necessary to monitor LLA’s gait function. However, gait spatiotemporal parameters need to be measured in order to efficiently identify gait abnormalities. Wearable inertial sensors (IMU) enable…