gait control

gait control

Neurology The electromechanics of walking, a '…dazzlingly complex process which has an intrinsic focus on planning, execution and adaptation of movements by the CNS' See Gait.
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Fully injected and carbon fiber lined arch/heel cup unit that not only supports the foot but also enforces proper gait control and foot motion.
These insoles have been designed and graded for men's, women's, and youth's needs in mind in specific sports and training areas, and to fight the three major areas causing foot, arch, and joint pain- poor cushioning, improper arch support, and little to no gait control which throws your body out of balance, the major causes of back, muscle, and joint pain as well as foot pain such as plantar fasciitis.
0 offers those with spinal cord injury an exoskeleton design that fits better, walks faster and has better gait control than prior generations of the product," said ReWalk's CEO Larry Jasinski.
0 demonstrated the value of better fit, improved gait control and more comfort with the removal of the backpack in this streamlined design.
Other methods, more complex, combine in different manners the above-mentioned methods, adding also biological investigations (electromyography, electroencephalography) needed for evaluating the human gait control mechanisms.
This information is directly linked to prioreceptive information coming from the specialized anatomical elements from muscles, tendons and articulations used in the natural subcortical gait control.
Deficits in these aspects of gait control are evident when looking at patients who have disease of the basal ganglia such as those with Parkinsons Disease (PD), who have difficulty generating appropriate step amplitude and maintaining the sequence of walking.
The doctor-recommended line is known for its support and stability as it improves gait control and relieves foot pain.