Riabilitazione deambulatoria al nastro trasportatore
published in March - April 2007 - in Il Fisioterapista - issue n.2

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Ulteriori approfondimenti

  • Franceschini M, Maffucci M, Ferrari L, Agosti M, Paroli C. Energy cost and gait assessment for hemiplegic walking: effect of an ankle-foot orthesis. Eur Med Phys 2002; 38: 57-64.

  • Hsu AL, Tang PF, Jan MH: Analysis of impairments influencing gait velocity and asymmetry of Hemiplegic patients after mild to moderate stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2003Aug; 84(8): 1185-93.

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