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Gait Characteristic in a Stroke Patient with an Intact Corticospinal Tract and Corticoreticular Pathway: A Case Study

Yeo SS, Cho IH

PURPOSE: The prefrontal lobe, supplementary motor area, cerebellum, and basal ganglia are activated during gait. In addition, gait is controlled by nerves, such as the corticospinal tract (CST) and corticoreticular...
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Comparison of Aquatic Treadmill and Anti-Gravity Treadmill Gait Training to Improve Balance and Gait Abilities in Stroke Patients

Park JH, Chung YJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to compare to aquatic treadmill and anti-gravity treadmill gait training to improve balance and gait abilities in stroke patients. METHODS: All subjects were randomly...
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Immediate Effect of Postural Control of the Contra-Lateral Side on Exercise-Induced Fatigue of the Ipsi-Lateral Plantar Flexor Muscle

Son SM

PURPOSE: The purpose of the current study was to examine the effects of exercise-induced fatigue of the plantar flexor muscle in the dominant ankle on the plantar flexor strength and...
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Effects of Respiratory Muscle Training on the Respiratory Function, Balance, and Activities of Daily Living in Patients with Stroke

Kang TW, Kim BR

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the effects of respiratory muscle training on respiratory function, balance, and activities of daily living (ADL) in patients with stroke. METHODS: The study included 21 patients with...
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The Adverse Effect of Proprioceptive Sense in Head-Neck according to Smartphone Usage

Son SM

PURPOSE: Most studies have reported pain in the head-neck and upper-limbs according to smartphone usage, which is related to the proprioception sense in the head and neck, but there have...
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The Effect of Visual Feedback of Head Angles With Using a Mobile Posture-Aware System on Craniocervical Angle and Neck and Shoulder Muscles Fatigue During Watching the Smartphone

Kim SJ, Jeong SY, Yoon TL

PURPOSE: To find the effect of visual feedback of head angle with using a mobile posture-aware system on craniocervical angle and neck and shoulder muscles fatigue for preventing or decreasing...
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Effects of Knee Extension Exercise Using Blood Flow Restriction on the Thickness and Balance Ability of Tendons

Park JC, Kim YN

PURPOSE: This study examined the effects of knee extension exercise using blood flow restriction on the changes in the thickness and static balance ability of the tendon of the rectus...
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