Crouch gait in persons with positive sagittal spine alignment resolves with surgery
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Highlights•Spinal reconstruction surgery resolved positive sagittal alignment.•Pre-operative crouch gait resolved after spinal surgery.•Step length and stride length increased after spinal surgery.•No significant changes were seen in walking speed, cadence and step width.

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