Traumatic Brain Injury:Gait Training Summary: The sample of the study was 102 individuals with TBI. This study suggested that there are not always consistent abnormal gait patterns in persons who have experienced a TBI. From computer analysis the article mentioned that the most common gait abnormalities are related to trunk and pelvic movement as well as excessive knee flexion when the foot is at initial contact. The article did use computerized 3D gait analysis when available as well as other techniques. The article noted that the majority of patients with severe TBI were able to successfully recover independent ambulation within 3 months post injury. Lastly the study mentioned that after conducting a five year follow up with the patients; greatest gains were achieved within the first year, however notable gains were made in patients two years after the injury.