Stroke Series: Powered exoskeleton gait training

This post is part of our Stroke Series in which we share recent studies and perspectives on the use of motion analysis technology for the rehabilitation of stroke patients.  Powered exoskeleton technology paired with the FREEEMG has allowed non-ambulatory stroke patients to walk over the ground. In a study last year from the Villa Beretta Rehabilitation…

New links between foot posture changes from dynamic stability exercises and gait patterns in long-distance runners

A recent study from the University of Physical Education in Krakow, Poland has allowed researchers to observe the effects of dynamic stability exercises in the foot posture and gait patterns of amateur long-distance runners. Incorrect foot posture has been identified as a risk factor for injury in the field, which is especially a concern for…