Ground reaction force after a sideways push as a measure of balance in recovery from stroke

@article{Holt2000GroundRF,
  title={Ground reaction force after a sideways push as a measure of balance in recovery from stroke},
  author={Richard R Holt and Donna Sanders Simpson and John R. Jenner and Stephen Kirker and Alan Wing},
  journal={Clinical Rehabilitation},
  year={2000},
  volume={14},
  pages={88 - 95}
}
  • Richard R Holt, Donna Sanders Simpson, +2 authors Alan Wing
  • Published in Clinical rehabilitation 2000
  • Medicine
  • Objective: To investigate if measuring ground reaction force after a sideways push at the hips gives a measure of standing balance in stroke subjects. Methods: Fifteen control subjects and 13 right hemiparetic subjects who were able to stand independently stood with their feet on a single forceplate. Horizontal sideways pushes of 3% body weight were delivered to each side of the pelvis with the subjects held firmly in a semi-rigid belt. Measurements were made of lateral pelvic displacement… CONTINUE READING

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