I’m a chiropractor. I analyze people’s gaits all day long, while in public, watching people on the side of the road, at the gym… etc.
The run I went on was early in the day, snow still falling. Fresh powder. No one was brave enough to venture out, I guess, because on my way back mine was the only pair of footprints in the snow. Anyway, it was cool to see my responses to the grade and surface I ran on.
You can probably go to a running store, if it’s a good one, and have them record your gait. They could slow it down and give you running recommendations.