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Gait
Mirelman A, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30482309
For a long-time, walking was considered an automatic process involving minimal higher-level cognitive input. Indeed, walking does not take place without muscles that move the limbs and the "lower-level" control that regulates the timely activation of the muscles. However, a growing body of literature suggests that walking can be viewed as a cognitive process that requires "higher-level" cognitive control, especially during challenging walking conditions that require executive function and attention. ...
For a long-time, walking was considered an automatic process involving minimal higher-level cognitive input. Indeed, walking d …
Contributions to the understanding of gait control
Simonsen EB. Dan Med J 2014 - Review. PMID 24814597
However, both during walking and running an unexplained hip joint flexor moment is present during the last half of the stance phase. ...This is considered an important energy conserving feature of human walking. The gating of sensory input to the spinal cord during walking and running was investigated by use of the Hoffmann (H) reflex in m. soleus and m. gastrocnemius medialis. ...
However, both during walking and running an unexplained hip joint flexor moment is present during the last half of the stance phase. …
Lower limb angular velocity during walking at various speeds.
Mentiplay BF, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30558929
METHODS: Thirty-six healthy adult participants underwent three-dimensional gait analysis while walking at various speeds during habitual and slowed walking. ...Data were grouped in 0.2 m/s increments from a walking speed of 0.4 m/s to 1.6 m/s to represent the range of walking speeds reported in studies of people with gait impairments. ...
METHODS: Thirty-six healthy adult participants underwent three-dimensional gait analysis while walking at various speeds during habit …
Literature Review of Idiopathic Toe Walking: Etiology, Prevalence, Classification, and Treatment.
Pomarino D, et al. Foot Ankle Spec 2017 - Review. PMID 28092971
PURPOSE: The main objective of this review is to gather the information available about idiopathic toe walking (ITW), its prevalence and classification, and possible therapeutic approaches. ...
PURPOSE: The main objective of this review is to gather the information available about idiopathic toe walking (ITW), its prevalence …
Normal walking speed: a descriptive meta-analysis.
Bohannon RW and Williams Andrews A. Physiotherapy 2011 - Review. PMID 21820535
BACKGROUND: Walking speed has implications for community functioning and is predictive of important outcomes. Determining whether an individual's walking speed is limited requires normal values for comparison. ...
BACKGROUND: Walking speed has implications for community functioning and is predictive of important outcomes. Determining whether an …
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). ...RESULTS: Our results showed that all gait characteristics were affected by walking speed, except for sample entropy in antero-posterior (AP) direction. ...
RESEARCH QUESTION: How does walking speed affect gait quality characteristics in older people? METHODS: We investigated the effect of …
Do spatiotemporal parameters and gait variability differ across the lifespan of healthy adults? A systematic review
Herssens N, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Review. PMID 29929161
Elderly populations show a reduction of preferred walking speed, cadence, step and stride length, all related to a more cautious gait, while gait variability measures remain stable over time. ...
Elderly populations show a reduction of preferred walking speed, cadence, step and stride length, all related to a more cautious gait …
The influence of gait speed on the stability of walking among the elderly.
Fan Y, et al. Gait Posture 2016. PMID 27264399
Walking speed is a basic factor to consider when walking exercises are prescribed as part of a training programme. Although associations between walking speed, step length and falling risk have been identified, the relationship between spontaneous walking pattern and falling risk remains unclear. ...In summary, the present study found no correlation between fast walking speed and instability among the elderly, which indicates that healthy elderly individuals might safely perform fast-speed walking exercises....
Walking speed is a basic factor to consider when walking exercises are prescribed as part of a training programme. Although as
Barefoot vs common footwear: A systematic review of the kinematic, kinetic and muscle activity differences during walking.
Franklin S, et al. Gait Posture 2015 - Review. PMID 26220400 Free article.
Walking barefoot enables increased forefoot spreading under load and habitual barefoot walkers have anatomically wider feet. ...Habitual barefoot walkers exhibit lower peak plantar pressures and pressure impulses, whereas peak plantar pressures are increased in the habitually shod wearer walking barefoot. ...
Walking barefoot enables increased forefoot spreading under load and habitual barefoot walkers have anatomically wider feet. ...Habit
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