Effects of Stroke Severity and Training Duration on Locomotor Recovery After Stroke: A Pilot Study

@article{Plummer2007EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Stroke Severity and Training Duration on Locomotor Recovery After Stroke: A Pilot Study},
  author={Prudence Plummer and Andrea L. Behrman and Pamela W Duncan and Pam Spigel and Dawn Saracino and Jennifer Fay Martin and Emily Fox and Mary T. Thigpen and S A Kautz},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={137 - 151}
}
Background. Locomotor training using partial body weight-supported treadmill (BWST) walking has been widely investigated for people after stroke, yet there remains a lack of evidence concerning the optimal training duration and the effect of locomotor impairment severity. Previous protocols have not emphasized the transfer of locomotor skills from the BWST environment to overground. Objectives. To assess the feasibility of a program combining locomotor training using BWST with task-specific… CONTINUE READING

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