Natsuki Yamakami

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Increased ankle muscle coactivation during gait has frequently been observed as an adaptation strategy to compensate for postural instability in adults after stroke. However, it remains unclear whether the muscle coactivation pattern increases or decreases after balance training. The aim of this study was to investigate the immediate effects of balance(More)
INTRODUCTION Increased ankle muscle coactivation during gait is a compensation strategy for enhancing postural stability in patients after stroke. However, no previous studies have demonstrated that increased ankle muscle coactivation influenced ankle joint movements during gait in patients after stroke. PURPOSE To investigate the relationship between(More)
BACKGROUND Increased ankle muscle coactivation during gait represents an adaptation strategy to compensate for postural instability in adults after stroke. Although increased ankle muscle coactivation is correlated with gait disorders in adults after stroke, it remains unclear which physical impairments are the most predictive clinical factors explaining(More)
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