Step by step: a proof of concept study of C-Mill gait adaptability training in the chronic phase after stroke.

@article{Heeren2013StepBS,
  title={Step by step: a proof of concept study of C-Mill gait adaptability training in the chronic phase after stroke.},
  author={Anita J Heeren and Mari{\"e}lle van Ooijen and Alexander C Geurts and B. L. Day and Thomas W J Janssen and Peter J. Beek and Melvyn Roerdink and Vivian Weerdesteyn},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 7},
  pages={616-22}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the concept of C-Mill gait adaptability training. DESIGN Pre- and post-intervention assessments. SUBJECTS Sixteen community-dwelling persons in the chronic phase after stroke (mean age 54.8 years). METHODS Participants received 10 sessions (1 h per session, for 5-6 weeks) of gait adaptability training on an instrumented treadmill augmented with visual targets and obstacles (C-Mill). Pre- and post-intervention assessments included: (i) clinical assessments of balance… CONTINUE READING

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