Backward walking training after stroke - A systematic review and meta analysis

  1. Martin Huber

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Description: Aim of tis project is to examine the effectiveness of additional backward walking training on gait outcome of patients post stroke.


Backward walking is an intervention that may be valuable for enhancing walking, balance and self-efficacy to improve mobility function after stroke. Backward walking to improve gait and dynamic balance poststroke is a more recent application and appears to offer a number of potential benefits. This systematic review and rapid meta analysis project is aimed to examine possible effects of backward w...


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