Agente: Biofeedback

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Evaluation of the impact of exercise of gait on a treadmill on balance of people who suffered from cerebral stroke.

Drużbicki M, Przysada G, Guzik A, Kwolek A, Brzozowska-Magoń A, Sobolewski M

The aim of the study is to define the impact of exercise on a treadmill on static balance and stability of posture in a group of patients after cerebral stroke rehabilitated in a late period, with an application of a treadmill with the function of visual biofeedback.The examination was carried...

PMID: 28133385

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The effect of a haptic biofeedback system on postural control in patients with stroke: An experimental pilot study.

Yasuda K, Kaibuki N, Harashima H, Iwata H

Impaired balance in patients with hemiparesis caused by stroke is frequently related to deficits in the central integration of afferent inputs, and traditional rehabilitation reinforces excessive visual reliance by focusing on visual compensation.The present study investigated whether a balance task involving a haptic biofeedback (BF) system, which provided supplementary vibrotactile...

PMID: 28372470

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Real-time biofeedback device for gait rehabilitation of post-stroke patients.

Khoo IH, Marayong P, Krishnan V, Balagtas M, Rojas O, Leyba K

In this work, we develop a device, called ‘Walk-Even’, that can provide real-time feedback to correct gait asymmetry commonly exhibited in post-stroke survivors and persons with certain neurological disorders. The device computes gait parameters, including gait time, swing time, and stance time of each leg, to detect gait asymmetry and...

PMID: 30603178

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Effects of Posturographic Platform Biofeedback Training on the Static and Dynamic Balance of Older Stroke Patients.

Maciaszek J

The aim of the experiment was to analyze the influence of posturographic platform biofeedback training on the static and dynamic balance of patients who experienced ischemic stroke.The study included 20 patients treated at the Rehabilitation Center of the District Hospital in Białogard, in the Ward of Neurological Rehabilitation with the...

PMID: 29598908

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The Effect of Biofeedback on the Motor- Muscular Situation in Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients: a Randomized Controlled Trial.

Najafi Z, Rezaeitalab F, Yaghubi M, Manzari ZS

Stroke is the most common debilitating neurological disease in adults. Therefore, rehabilitation is a major consideration to reduce costs and relief disabilities. Biofeedback, a newly recommended method is claimed to be able to improve the consequences following stroke by enhancing the understanding of the psychological functions of the body. The...

PMID: 29977879

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Different weight shift trainings can improve the balance performance of patients with a chronic stroke: A randomized controlled trial.

Liao WC, Lai CL, Hsu PS, Chen KC, Wang CH

Improving balance ability, increasing walking ability, and reducing the occurrence of falls are important objectives in the rehabilitation of stroke patients. Do the posture balance training and the intervention of lateral wedge insoles to improve of balance function and increase walking ability in patients with a chronic stroke?A randomized, controlled...

PMID: 30407361

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Closed-Loop Control of the Centre of Pressure in Post-Stroke Patients With Balance Impairments.

Kemlin C, Verite F, Marchand-Pauvert V, Pradat PF, Pradat-Diehl P, Giron A, Bachta W

When a lightly touched surface is moved according to a closed-loop control law, it has been shown in young adults that the centre of pressure (CoP) can be displaced in a controllable way without the conscious cooperation of participants. In this closed-loop paradigm, the surface velocity was continuously adjusted according...

PMID: 30640618

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Balance Training With a Vibrotactile Biofeedback System Affects the Dynamical Structure of the Center of Pressure Trajectories in Chronic Stroke Patients.

Kodama K, Yasuda K, Kuznetsov NA, Hayashi Y, Iwata H

Haptic-based vibrotactile biofeedback (BF) is a promising technique to improve rehabilitation of balance in stroke patients. However, the extent to which BF training changes temporal structure of the center of pressure (CoP) trajectories remains unknown. This study aimed to investigate the effect of vibrotactile BF training on the temporal structure...

PMID: 30914938

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Ottawa panel evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for post-stroke rehabilitation.

, Khadilkar A, Phillips K, Jean N, Lamothe C, Milne S, Sarnecka J

The purpose of this project was to create guidelines for 13 types of physical rehabilitation interventions used in the management of adult patients (>18 years of age) presenting with hemiplegia or hemiparesis following a single clinically identifiable ischemic or hemorrhagic cerebrovascular accident (CVA).Using Cochrane Collaboration methods, the Ottawa Methods Group...

PMID: 16939981

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The effects of balance training on gait late after stroke: a randomized controlled trial.

Yavuzer G, Eser F, Karakus D, Karaoglan B, Stam HJ

To investigate the effects of balance training, using force platform biofeedback, on quantitative gait characteristics of hemiparetic patients late after stroke.Randomized, controlled, assessor-blinded trial.Rehabilitation ward and gait laboratory of a university hospital.Forty-one patients (mean (standard deviation; SD) age of 60.9 (11.7) years) with hemiparesis late after stroke (median time since...

PMID: 17065539

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