Stroke-related differences in axial body segment coordination during preplanned and reactive changes in walking direction

@article{Hollands2010StrokerelatedDI,
  title={Stroke-related differences in axial body segment coordination during preplanned and reactive changes in walking direction},
  author={Kristen Leigh Hollands and Paulette van Vliet and Doerte Zietz and Alan Miles Wing and Christine A Wright and Mark Andrew Hollands},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={202},
  pages={591-604}
}
This study quantitatively describes differences between participants with hemiparetic stroke and age-matched healthy participants in axial body segment and gait kinematics during a direction change task. Participants were required to change walking direction by 45°, either to their left or right, at the midpoint of a 6-m path. Participants were visually cued either at the start of the walk (pre-planned) or one stride before they reached the turn point (reactive). The sequence and inter… CONTINUE READING
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