Quiet stance control is affected by prior treadmill but not overground locomotion

  title={Quiet stance control is affected by prior treadmill but not overground locomotion},
  author={Carlo Zanetti and Marco Schieppati},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
Treadmill locomotion is different with respect to overground walking and may require an adapted control mode. The relevant neural computational effort may produce lasting effects encroaching upon the performance of a subsequent postural task. The hypothesis of the present study was that, contrary to overground walking, treadmill walking has effects on quiet stance variables, in the assumption that the imposed locomotor activity is more critical to stance control than natural walking. Nine young… CONTINUE READING

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