Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically?

@article{Kumprou2017DoAP,
  title={Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically?},
  author={Makamas Kumprou and Pipatana Amatachaya and Thanat Sooknuan and Thiwaporn Thaweewannakij and Lugkana Mato and Sugalya Amatachaya},
  journal={Spinal Cord},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={204-207}
}
Study design:Cross-sectional study.Objectives:To explore the levels of walking symmetry in ambulatory participants with spinal cord injury (SCI), and compare levels of walking symmetry among those with different degrees of lesion severity and those who walked with various types of walking devices.Setting:A tertiary rehabilitation center and many communities in Thailand.Methods:Forty-six participants were assessed for their demographics, SCI characteristics and types of walking device used. Then… CONTINUE READING
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