G. Heiner Sell memorial lecture: neuronal plasticity after spinal cord injury: significance for present and future treatments.

Abstract

Recent progress in the understanding of movement control allows us to define more precisely the requirements for successful rehabilitation of patients with neurologic deficits after a spinal cord injury (SCI). Load- and hip joint position-related afferent input seems to be of crucial importance for the generation and success of locomotor training. In… (More)

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