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Relationships between gait and emotion in Parkinson's disease: A narrative review.
Avanzino L, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Review. PMID 30558947
The recent experimental evidence for the influence of emotion on gait in people with PD was then explored. The contribution of affective disorders to continuous gait disorders was investigated, particularly for bradykinetic and hypokinetic gait. In addition, we investigated the influence of emotional processing on episodic gait disturbances, such as freezing of gait. Potential effects of pharmacological, surgical and physical therapy interventions were also considered. ...
The recent experimental evidence for the influence of emotion on gait in people with PD was then explored. The contribution of affect …
The effect of walking speed on quality of gait in older adults.
Huijben B, et al. Gait Posture 2018. PMID 30558916
RESEARCH QUESTION: How does walking speed affect gait quality characteristics in older people? METHODS: We investigated the effect of walking speed on gait characteristics in 11 older adults (aged 69.6 ± 4.1 years). ...SIGNIFICANCE: These findings suggest that, within a range of 0.5-1.4 m/s, a lower walking speed results in a lower gait quality, which may underlie differences in gait quality between older fallers and non-fallers....
RESEARCH QUESTION: How does walking speed affect gait quality characteristics in older people? METHODS: We investigated the effect of …
The effects of dual-task balance training on gait in older women with osteoporosis: A randomized controlled trial.
Conradsson D and Halvarsson A. Gait Posture 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30640156
Significant between-group differences in favor of the training group were found for gait variability during dual-task gait (P ≤ .041). The improvement in speed were greater for dual- than single-task gait (0.10 vs. 0.05 m/s) and the effect sizes revealed small to medium effects for dual-task gait, and either non-existent or small for single-task gait. ...
Significant between-group differences in favor of the training group were found for gait variability during dual-task gait (P …
Lower limb angular velocity during walking at various speeds
Mentiplay BF, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30558929
RESEARCH QUESTION: This study aimed to examine lower limb joint angles and angular velocities in a healthy population walking at various gait speeds. ...RESULTS: For joint angles and angular velocities, the shape of the gait traces were consistent regardless of the walking speed. ...
RESEARCH QUESTION: This study aimed to examine lower limb joint angles and angular velocities in a healthy population walking at various …
Objective measures of gait and balance in healthy non-falling adults as a function of age.
Virmani T, et al. Gait Posture 2018. PMID 30558914
Here we use three different paradigms to evaluate gait and balance in healthy non-fallers. RESEARCH QUESTION: What objective gait and balance parameters are correlated with aging. ...Subjects walked on a 20 × 4 foot pressure sensor mat (Zeno Walkway, Protokinetics, Havertown, PA) under three different gait paradigms, (i) steady-state gait, (ii) dual-task while texting on a cellular phone and (iii) tandem gait. ...
Here we use three different paradigms to evaluate gait and balance in healthy non-fallers. RESEARCH QUESTION: What objective gait
Gait analysis of pregnant patients with lumbopelvic pain using inertial sensor.
Tanigawa A, et al. Gait Posture 2018. PMID 30558927
However, few studies have evaluated relation between LPP and gait in pregnancy quantitatively. RESEARCH QUESTION: This study aimed to investigate the relation between the LPP and gait characteristics such as symmetry, stability, and the degree of motion during pregnancy. ...SIGNIFICANCE: The results indicated that motion asymmetry of both rotation and translation increased significantly in LPP patients' gait....
However, few studies have evaluated relation between LPP and gait in pregnancy quantitatively. RESEARCH QUESTION: This study aimed to …
The Primary Gait Screen in Parkinson's disease: Comparison to standardized measures.
Schmitt AC, et al. Gait Posture 2019. PMID 31301561
The Primary Gait Screen is a new assessment which includes gait initiation, overground walking, turning, and gait termination. Although overground assessments are useful, the Primary Gait Screen offers a more complex evaluation than traditional gait assessments. ...
The Primary Gait Screen is a new assessment which includes gait initiation, overground walking, turning, and gait termi …
Effects of backward-downhill treadmill training versus manual static plantarflexor stretching on muscle-joint pathology and function in children with spastic Cerebral Palsy
Hösl M, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30558918
Eccentric exercise by backward-downhill treadmill training could be a therapeutic alternative for ambulatory patients improving gait and muscle function. ...SIGNIFICANCE: Backward-downhill treadmill training can be an effective gait treatment, probably improving coordination or reducing dynamic stretch sensitivity. ...
Eccentric exercise by backward-downhill treadmill training could be a therapeutic alternative for ambulatory patients improving gait
Comparison of two different designs of forefoot off-loader shoes and their influence on gait and spinal posture.
Michalik R, et al. Gait Posture 2019. PMID 30772624
Changes of the pelvic position and spinal posture were measured with a surface topography system and an instrumented treadmill. ...SIGNIFICANCE: The study showed that FOS lead to significant changes in pelvic position and spinal posture during standing and while walking. ...
Changes of the pelvic position and spinal posture were measured with a surface topography system and an instrumented treadmill. ...SI …
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