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The effects of balance training on balance pad and sand on balance and gait ability in stroke patients
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The effects of balance training on balance pad and sand on balance and gait ability in stroke patients
Song, Gui-bin; Park, Eun-cho;
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 Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of balance training on balance pad and sand on balance and gait ability in stroke patients. METHODS: Sixty stroke patients were divided into a Balance Pad group(BPG, N
 Keywords
Balance pad;Sand;Stroke;Balance;Gait;
 Language
Korean
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