Matthias Schablowski-Trautmann

Hans Jürgen Gerner2
Marion Kögel1
2Hans Jürgen Gerner
1Marion Kögel
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By restricting analysis to single averaged strides considered to be characteristic for the individual under investigation, current methods in gait analysis do not exploit the full dynamics of continuous locomotion. Therefore, a novel approach is presented that is based on long-term measurements of kinematic data during treadmill walking. The method consists(More)
Recently, locomotion therapy on a treadmill has become part of rehabilitation programs for neurological gait disorders (spinal cord injury, hemiplegia). Instrumental gait analysis is an important tool for quantification of therapy progress in terms of functional changes in a patient's gait patterns. Whereas most of current applications focus on diagnostic(More)
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