observed an increase in gait speed
after both treadmill and cycloergometer training.
The key findings of the study include the improved balance, gait speed
and mobility level in stroke patients.
The gait speed
of the average self-selected velocity and the average fast-velocity assessed using 10-MWT for CMT patients were significantly slower than those in the control group (1.03 [+ or -] 0.18 m/s vs.
Cameron and Wagner identified walking endurance, gait speed
, and gait quality as indicators of MS-related disability and progression of the disease.
The researchers took measurements of the mid-upper arm and calf circumferences, two numbers which are used to help determine muscle mass, and studied the patients' muscle function through their gait speed
and grip strength.
Prognostic value of usual gait speed
in well-functioning older people--Results from the health, aging and body composition study.
Predicting peak kinematic and kinetic parameters from gait speed
. Gait Posture.
The researchers used gait criteria, such as stride length, ambulatory time, gait speed
, step count, cadence, stance time, and arm swing.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of rehabilitation on the effectiveness of control signals among people with PD, including gait speed
and the average length and frequency of step, in so far as these variables were dependent on given control signals, as well as determine the effectiveness of the rehabilitation programme based on complex motor patterns.
While the positive benefits of VRET exercise on gait speed
, cadence, step length, community walking time, and balance have been demonstrated [7-9, 11, 12, 14, 15], the associated changes of brain activity with this training have not been investigated yet.
Obesity has also been reported to be associated with altered spatiotemporal gait parameters such as lower gait speed
, shorter strides, and increased step width, and a significantly higher metabolic cost of walking compared to people with normal body weight [10, 12, 14, 19, 28].