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The current study aimed to determine potential differences in dynamic stability control during perturbed walking across the adult female lifespan and to test the hypothesis that such differences can be assessed by a reduced kinematic model. 11 young-aged (22-30years), 9 middle-aged (41-59years) and 14 old-aged (62-75years) female adults walked on a(More)
In the literature, analysis of dynamic gait stability using the extrapolated center of mass concept is often an objective that assumes reproducible and symmetrical data. Here, we examined the validity of this assumption by analyzing subjects walking at different velocities. Eleven healthy young subjects walked on a treadmill at six different velocities(More)
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