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Central Drive to the Paretic Ankle Plantarflexors Affects the Relationship Between Propulsion and Walking Speed After Stroke (2020)

Awad, L., Hsiao, H., & Binder-Macleod, S. A. (2020). Central drive to the paretic ankle plantarflexors affects the relationship between propulsion and walking speed after stroke. Journal of neurologic physical therapy: JNPT, 44(1), 42.

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Researchers recruited individuals who had survived a stroke. Instrument assisted gait analysis and force dynamometry were used to determine the ground reaction force at initial contact and the strength of the ankle plantarflexors. It was determined t ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

PT

Diagnosis:

Stroke