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Walking adaptability therapy after stroke: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Timmermans C, et al. Trials 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27565425 Free PMC article.
We hypothesize that C-Mill therapy will result in better outcomes than the FALLS program, owing to its expected greater amount of walking practice. ...The amount of walking practice (the number of steps taken per session) will be registered using the treadmill's inbuilt step counter (C-Mill therapy) and video recordings (FALLS program). ...
We hypothesize that C-Mill therapy will result in better outcomes than the FALLS program, owing to its expected greater amount of wal …
Automatized, Standardized, and Patient-Tailored Progressive Walking-Adaptability Training: A Proof-of-Concept Study
Timmermans C, et al. Phys Ther 2019. PMID 31087062 Free PMC article.
C-Gait training was well accepted and led to improvements in walking adaptability and general walking ability, which persisted after training cessation. ...LIMITATIONS: C-Gait was evaluated in a small yet diverse cohort. More encompassing studies are required to further establish its apparent merits. ...
C-Gait training was well accepted and led to improvements in walking adaptability and general walking ability, which persisted after
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