Frank Piorko

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The aim of gait rehabilitation is a restoration of an independent gait and improvement of daily life walking functions. Therefore the specific patterns, that are to be relearned, must be practiced to stimulate the learning process of the central nervous system (CNS). The Walking Simulator HapticWalker allows for the training of arbitrary gait trajectories(More)
INTRODUCTION Gait rehabilitation primarily aims at the restoration of an independent gait and secondarily at the improvement of walking functions to meet daily requirements. Modern concepts of motor rehabilitation favor a task-specific repetitive training, i.e. who wants to relearn walking, has to walk [Hesse1994]. Accordingly a repetitive locomotor therapy(More)
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