Video gait analysis is found to be very beneficial to runners and sports medicine professionals as it can slow down the running motion over 1000 frames per minute. The human eye is able to capture and process 30 frames per second often missing important dysfunctions in the gait cycle of runners. A common dysfunction seen in runners is contralateral hip drop causing excessive hip adduction and internal rotation at the femur. When this occurs there is a significant risk of overuse injuries. Several research articles have been published demonstrating runners with these characteristics are more likely to suffer Iliotibial band injuries, stress fractures, and patelofemoral pain. (Milner et al. 2005; Milner et al. 2010; Ferber et al. 2003; Ferber et al. 2010) Learn what to look for during a complete biomechanical assessment and video running gait analysis from head to toe in multiple views to identify potential injury risk or determine why your patient is injured in our upcoming PT Con Ed seminar titled Lower Quarter Management of Overuse and Traumatic Injuries in the Running Athlete.