With access to a growing body of online resources and technologies, O&P patients are not only more educated about components than in the past, but they are more involved in the selection and fitting of their devices. As practitioners, we have an opportunity to engage the patient in the fitting process and, therefore, facilitate the patient’s proactive participation in his or her healthcare. Video observational gait analysis (VOGA) can be used as a central aspect of integration and coordination between the practitioner, the patient, and the patient’s other allied healthcare professionals. Advancements in cameras and technology have made video a user-friendly, cost-effective assessment tool. We can use the video function on our smartphones and tablets to gather information to improve the patient experience, provide feedback for gait training, prepare for and document the patient visit, supplement observational gait assessments, and facilitate treatment planning.