Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Wasserman Gait Lab at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
It's supposed to be as effortless as taking a breath or talking. But for millions of people, walking is neither effortless nor easy. But a specially designed and built lab at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland is helping its patients put their best foot forward.
Pete Wright has suffered from cerebral palsy since birth, which has always made it difficult for him to walk. After years of progressively getting worse, Pete found the Wasserman Gait Lab at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore.
In this LifePOD, learn how Pete's experience with the latest and most sophisticated computer technology applications at the Wasserman Gait Lab have meant the difference between a lifetime of painful, uneasy steps and finding a solution to help make walking easier.
For more information, please visit The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics homepage, or contact 410-601-WELL
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