Gait asymmetry in community-ambulating stroke survivors.

  title={Gait asymmetry in community-ambulating stroke survivors.},
  author={Kara K. Patterson and Iwona Parafianowicz and Cynthia J. Danells and Valerie Closson and Mary Caroline Verrier and W. Richard Staines and Sandra E. Black and William E. McIlroy},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  volume={89 2},
OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence and severity of asymmetry among independently ambulating stroke survivors and to establish the association between velocity and asymmetry. DESIGN Descriptive analysis. SETTING Research gait laboratory in a Canadian hospital. PARTICIPANTS Community-dwelling, independently ambulating participants (N=54) with chronic stroke. INTERVENTIONS Not applicable. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Overground gait velocity, symmetry ratios for temporal and spatial step… CONTINUE READING
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