Björn Söderberg

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A special gait-training programme, combining a psychological therapeutic approach with methods in physiotherapy and body awareness, was used to re-educate nine unilateral trans-femoral amputees. All were rehabilitated trauma or tumour amputees with an age of 16-60 years. They had worn prostheses for more than 18 months. The re-education aimed at integrating(More)
Using a special gait re-education programme, combining methods in physiotherapy with a psychological therapeutic approach to integrate the prosthesis with normal movements and to increase body awareness, the authors studied unilateral trans-femoral amputees aged 16-60 years with trauma or tumour as causes. In their service area they found 16 such current(More)
Introduction Proximal trim lines for trans-tibial prosthetic sockets have traditionally been trimmed according to the mode of suspension to the limb. The supracondylar suspension, which retains the prosthetic socket to the limb by gripping above the femoral condyles, has a more proximal trim line compared to the more distal trim line used for a suspension(More)
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