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516 Possible Causes for Slow Gait

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Alcohol intoxication is manifested by such signs as facial flushing, slurred speech, unsteady gait, euphoria, increased activity, volubility, disorderly conduct, slowed reactions[]

  • Scoliosis

    Symptoms Symptoms of scoliosis include abnormal posture, abnormal gait, difficulty sitting, difficulty breathing, and slow physical responsiveness.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Gait modification has the potential to reduce pain and slow the progression of medial compartment knee OA.[] Gait modification offers a noninvasive option for seeking significant reductions.[] Because of its strong correlation with disease progression and pain, the peak adduction moment during gait has been identified as a target for treatment design.[]

  • Dysthymic Disorder

    He knew when I was depressed because he would tell me that my speaking voice was monotone and slow. He called it "emotional flatlining."[] This friend would comment that my facial expressions were flat and that my gait would even change. The interesting thing is that I was not aware of how I appeared.[]

  • Presbycusis

    ., 2014 ), slow gait speed ( Li et al., 2013 ), and incident falls ( Lin and Ferrucci, 2012 ).[] ., 2014 ), slow gait speed (Li et al., 2013 ), and incident falls (Lin and Ferrucci, 2012 ).[]

  • Hyponatremia

    The patient displayed slowed speech and some difficulty with balance and gait. Potassium and creatinine levels were within normal limits.[]

  • Lipedema

    […] progression of disease, reducing lipedema pain, reducing altered gait and loss of mobility, and improving quality of life in these patients.[] […] and Schmeller et al 25 have published extensive reports on the utility of their specialized liposuction techniques in not only reducing the volume of lipedema fat but also slowing[]

  • Supination Injury

    They promise this through the whole gait cycle. Ever run with a shoe that makes you feel slow? Like your energy is being drained away with each step?[]

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    Three of the four individuals had abnormal vestibular function, all had abnormally slow walking speeds and two had abnormal gait and balance dysfunction.[]

  • Talipes Cavus

    This would all eventually result in a patient suffering from metatarsalgia, ankle joint pain, heel pain and antalgic gait changes.[] This would all eventually result in a patient suffering from metatarsalgia, ankle joint pain, heel pain, and antalgic gait changes, all classic signs and symptoms of cavus[] Could early intervention slow down the progression of the deformities that result from a lifetime of compensation and metatarsalgia?[]

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