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Comparative Analysis of Gait Parameters and Symmetry between Preferred Walking Speed and Walking Speed by using the Froude Number
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Comparative Analysis of Gait Parameters and Symmetry between Preferred Walking Speed and Walking Speed by using the Froude Number
Yoo, Si-Hyun; Kim, Jong-Bin; Ryu, Ji-Seon; Yoon, Suk-Hoon; Park, Sang-Kyoon;
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 Abstract
Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in gait parameters and symmetry between walking speed by using the Froude number and preferred walking speed. Method: Fifty adults (age: , body weight: , height: , leg length: ) participated in this study. Leg length-applied walking speed was calculated by using the Froude number, defined as Fr
 Keywords
Gait;Symmetry;Walking speed;Froude number;
 Language
English
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