Trainer in a pocket - proof-of-concept of mobile, real-time, foot kinematics feedback for gait pattern normalization in individuals after stroke, incomplete spinal cord i...

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Authors and Corporations: Schließmann, Daniel (Author), Schuld, Christian (Author), Heutehaus, Laura (Author), Weidner, Norbert (Author), Rupp, Rüdiger (Author)
Title: Trainer in a pocket - proof-of-concept of mobile, real-time, foot kinematics feedback for gait pattern normalization in individuals after stroke, incomplete spinal cord injury and elderly patients Daniel Schließmann, Maria Nisser, Christian Schuld, Till Gladow, Steffen Derlien, Laura Heutehaus, Norbert Weidner, Ulrich Smolenski and Rüdiger Rupp
published:
2018
Enthalten in: Journal of neuroEngineering and rehabilitation ; 15(2018) Artikel-Nummer 44, 15 Seiten
Summary:Walking disabilities negatively affect inclusion in society and quality of life and increase the risk for secondary complications. It has been shown that external feedback applied by therapists and/or robotic training devices enables individuals with gait abnormalities to consciously normalize their gait pattern. However, little is known about the effects of a technically-assisted over ground feedback therapy. The aim of this study was to assess whether automatic real-time feedback provided by a shoe-mounted inertial-sensor-based gait therapy system is feasible in individuals with gait impairments after incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI), stroke and in the elderly.
Type of Resource:E-Article
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Notes:Published omline: 29 Mai 2018. Gesehen am 21.06.2018
Language: English