Department| Volume 93, ISSUE 11, P2136, November 2012


        Buehner JJ, Forrest GF, Schmidt-Read M, White S, Tansey K, Basso DM. Relationship between ASIA examination and functional outcomes in the NeuroRecovery Network Locomotor Training Program. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93:1530-40, Figure 2 was printed in black and white when it should have been printed in color. We sincerely regret this error.
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        Fig 2Functional stratifications based on van Hedel et al cutoffs of nonambulatory, slow in-home ambulators (>0 to <.44m/s) and community ambulators (≥.44m/s) before and after manual locomotor training. Of the overall sample, 70% significantly improved in gait speed (P<.001) with almost half the sample walking at community speeds after locomotor training. The improved gait speed resulted in a significant shift to higher functional classifications after locomotor training (P<.001). Twenty-two percent of the sample remained nonambulatory after training. Abbreviation: Amb, ambulation.
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