Effects of Real-time Gait Biofeedback on Paretic Propulsion and Gait Biomechanics in Individuals Post-Stroke

      This is the first study investigating the effects of a single-session of gait training using real-time biofeedback of anteriorly-directed ground reaction force (AGRF) in the paretic leg of individuals post stroke, by analyzing the kinetic and kinematic changes contributing to improvements in paretic AGRF.
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