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Day-to-Day Variability of Walking Performance Measures in Individuals Post Stroke and Individuals with Parkinson Disease (2020)

Holleran, C. L., Bland, M. D., Reisman, D. S., Ellis, T. D., Earhart, G. M., & Lang, C. E. (2020). Day-to-Day Variability of Walking Performance Measures in Individuals Poststroke and Individuals With Parkinson Disease. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 44(4), 241-247.

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Researchers looked at 84 individuals with who had a stroke or a diagnosis of Parkinson Disease (PD). They assessed the variability in walking duration, speed, and total steps over the course of several weeks. It was found that there was normally a 25 ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

PT

Diagnosis:

Parkinson’sStroke