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Virtual reality to improve lower extremity function , kinematic parameters , and walking speed post-stroke : A case series

@inproceedings{LuqueMoreno2014VirtualRT,
  title={Virtual reality to improve lower extremity function , kinematic parameters , and walking speed post-stroke : A case series},
  author={C. Luque-Moreno and es Cleof{\'a}s Rodr{\'i}guez-Blanco and es {\'A}ngel Oliva-Pascual-Vaca and A. Turolla},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: Virtual reality (VR) is an innovative tool that can enrich physiotherapy treatment in individuals with stroke. The increased use of feedback provides them with useful additional information to improve walking speed, kinematics, a nd functionality of the lower limb. Our aim is to eval u te these changes in two individuals with stroke. Case description: A 58year-old man (4.5 months post-stroke) and a 49-year old man (3 months post-stroke) followed a virtual reality trai ning to… Expand

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