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Oxford Gait Laboratory

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The team

Gait analysis requires a multidisciplinary team (MDT) to collect, process and interpret different types of data.

Operational Leads

Our Operational Leads ensure the service runs smoothly. They are Clinical Scientists who coordinate our workload, manage service development projects and deal with (research) requests.

Dr Julie Stebbins

Dr Julie Stebbins

Dr Marian Harrington

Dr Marian Harrington

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons

All our reports are discussed with our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons at multidisciplinary team meetings. Combined, they have over 50 years' experience in translating our complex data into surgical or conservative treatment recommendations.

Mr Tim Theologis

Tim Theologis

Mr Andrew Wainwright

Andrew Wainwright

Mrs Rachel Buckingham

Rachel Buckingham

Mr Alpesh Kothari

Alpesh Kothari

Physiotherapists

Our Physiotherapists are the main point of contact for patients at their appointments. They go over the patient's clinical history, perform a physical examination, and guide the patient through the data collection process.

Once the data have been processed by our engineers, they will review them and prepare a report for the multidisciplinary team meeting.

Jennifer McCahill

Jennifer McCahill

Jules Letherland

Jules Letherland

Catherine Hooper

Catherine Hooper

Clinical Scientists and Technologists

Our Clinical Scientists and Technologists collect and process data during and after patient appointments, ensure all our equipment is in in good working order and drive new developments in the lab.

Dr Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis

Amran Saddiq

Amran Saddiq

Bart Koning

Bart Koning

Affiliated Orthotist

A common tool to improve gait is the use of splints, such as an ankle foot orthosis (AFO). An Orthotist joins us at our meetings to advise on the use of splints.

Eileen Morrow

Eileen Morrow

Support and Administration

Our Support and Administration Team plans all our clinics, responds to patient requests and assists during clinics where possible.

Julie Webb

Julie Webb

Michal Ponist

Michal Ponist