The world has seen the first video showing a patient walking on her feet, as she sits with her feet elevated, with her right knee resting on her left hip.
However, a lot of people have doubts about the efficacy of this technique and have no problem calling it a “flimsy” technique, because it is so new.
The reason: it is not a new technique, and it is still very new, according to Prof. Dr. Yisrael Kriven from the Department of Physical Therapy at Haifa University.
In the video, a patient with a chronic knee injury, who has undergone a reconstruction, walks on her own feet for the first time, and is then assisted by her caregiver, who is wearing a brace.
The patient’s leg is also raised in front of her body.
The video is the first of its kind in Israel and the first ever to show patients using this technique.
“I think it’s a good idea to have a video of people doing this in a way that shows they are able to walk,” said Dr. Krivel, who also holds the Guinness World Record for the most stairs walked in one day.
“They’re able to step up the stairs without pain, without difficulty.”
The video, which was recorded at the Tel Aviv Medical Center and published on January 18, shows the patient walking with her left foot elevated on a small mat that is positioned at the top of the stairs.
The patients feet are raised at the same time, with the caregiver also standing beside them.
The videos was filmed by Dr. Moti Shachar, a medical doctor at the Haifa Medical Center, who used the videos to conduct an intensive research project, and to examine how the patient’s right knee responds to the brace.
A doctor is then asked to perform a simple stretching of the right knee to assess the effect of the brace on the right joint.
Shacharczyk and Shachmiel Kriv, who are the authors of the study, found that the patients right knee was not affected by the brace, and that the knee was capable of bending to its full extent even after it was removed.
“There’s no pain when they stretch the right leg,” said Shachmarzyk, a physician in Haifa who specializes in orthopedics.
“The patient’s knee was fully functioning.
And that’s the first evidence that the patient was able to move her leg without pain.”
Dr. Shachi Krivol said that this is a first step toward an easier way to help people who are injured walk on their feet.
“With the new prosthetic technology, you can move your leg on your own, which is a real benefit,” he said.
“But it’s not enough for people who have severe knee injuries.
The knee has to be able to flex and move in the right direction.”
The research team is now planning to conduct more studies to see whether this kind of rehabilitation is possible with a more traditional technique of strengthening the knee, such as a brace and knee exercises.
In addition to strengthening the right ankle, the researchers hope to improve the ability of the knee to bend to the full extent.
The researchers will also be investigating whether the technique of elevating the right thigh in the video could help people with knee injuries and their caregivers.
The team is also considering whether it would be possible to help patients who have lost some function in their right knee by placing a prosthetic limb in their hand, Dr. Chaim Kriver, a researcher in the department of orthopedic surgery at the Institute of Physical Medicine at Ha’alei University, who was not involved in the research, said.
The new research also adds to the body of research on how people move their limbs, which shows that the ability to do so depends on the structure of the tissue.
“If it’s damaged, you’re not able to control your movement, but if it’s healthy, you control your movements,” said Kriving.
“It seems like we’ve discovered a very basic and very natural way to control movement in our bodies.”
“I hope that this will make a lot more people realize that they can move their right leg without any pain, even if it is a very minor movement,” Krive said.
In a study published in the European Journal of Pain in 2016, researchers showed that people who were treated with spinal fusion surgery, an operation to correct spinal cord injuries, could also walk on one leg without much difficulty, even though they had no pain from the surgery.
“This kind of study will help people think about their rehabilitation options,” Krivil said.
Krivili also believes that the way people move on their knees could be the reason for their walking on their toes.
“We know that people have the same anatomy and physiology of the feet, and therefore we can move on one foot without pain,” Kravil said, adding that people can also do this if they have a different kind of knee injury