Review: toward a better understanding of coordination in healthy and poststroke gait.

@article{Krasovsky2010ReviewTA,
  title={Review: toward a better understanding of coordination in healthy and poststroke gait.},
  author={Tal Krasovsky and Mindy F. Levin},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={213-24}
}
Locomotor coordination characterizes healthy gait and rehabilitation effectiveness in poststroke individuals. However, despite a large number of clinic-based and laboratory-based measurement options, to date there is no gold standard for measurement of locomotor coordination. A lack of a common definition for locomotor coordination may be a cause of this confusion. Coordination during gait includes both spatial and temporal components that may be measured in extrinsic or intrinsic reference… CONTINUE READING

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