This video describes the typical gait pattern of a patient with bilateral transfemoral amputations (TFA).
Note: This video should be used a representative example only. There are many other variations in this type of gait
The patient is a 34 year old male with bilateral TFAs due to trauma. He is ambulating with two microprocessor controlled prosthetic knee joints and two dynamic response feet. His Left residual limb is shorter than his Right residual limb