Agreement between footswitch and ground reaction force techniques for identifying gait events: inter-session repeatability and the effect of walking speed.

@article{Mills2007AgreementBF,
  title={Agreement between footswitch and ground reaction force techniques for identifying gait events: inter-session repeatability and the effect of walking speed.},
  author={Peter Michael Mills and Rod S. Barrett and Steven Morrison},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          323-6
        }
}
This study assessed the inter-session repeatability of agreement between foot-ground contact events (foot contact and foot off) identified from ground reaction force and footswitch-based techniques over a range of gait speeds. No inter-session differences in agreement between the ground reaction force and footswitch-based techniques were identified and while agreement between foot-ground contact events defined by the two techniques was found to differ with walking speed, the differences were… CONTINUE READING
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