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Effects of Inclined Treadmill Walking Training with Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Balance and Gait in Stroke Patients: A pilot study
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Effects of Inclined Treadmill Walking Training with Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Balance and Gait in Stroke Patients: A pilot study
Yoon, Sungkyeung; Kang, Soonhee;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify whether inclined treadmill gait training with rhythmic auditory simulation (RAS) could improve on balance and gait in stroke patients. Method: Fifteen stroke patients who had agreed with the study were allocated to the group 1(n
 Keywords
rhythmic auditory stimulation;inclined treadmill;balance;gait;stroke;
 Language
Korean
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