Obstacle crossing performance does not differ between the first and subsequent attempts in people with stroke.

@article{Said2009ObstacleCP,
  title={Obstacle crossing performance does not differ between the first and subsequent attempts in people with stroke.},
  author={Catherine Maree Said and Mary Pauline Galea and Noel D. Lythgo},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={455-8}
}
This study investigated whether obstacle crossing performance differs between the first and subsequent attempts in people recovering from stroke. Thirty two people with stroke performed eight trials stepping over a 4 cm high obstacle. Spatiotemporal measures of gait were captured by a Vicon 3D motion analysis system. Data collected only from those subjects who completed three trials leading with the affected limb or three trials leading with the unaffected limb were analysed. These criteria… CONTINUE READING