Advanced technology for gait rehabilitation --- An overview

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Mikolajczyk, Tadeusz, Ciobanu, Ileana, Badea, Joana, Iliescu, Alina, Pizzamiglio, S., Schauer, Thomas, See, Thomas, Seicu, Lucien, Turner, D. and Berteanu, Mihai 2018. Advanced technology for gait rehabilitation --- An overview. Advances in Mechanical Engineering. 10 (7), pp. 1-19.
AuthorsMikolajczyk, Tadeusz, Ciobanu, Ileana, Badea, Joana, Iliescu, Alina, Pizzamiglio, S., Schauer, Thomas, See, Thomas, Seicu, Lucien, Turner, D. and Berteanu, Mihai
Abstract

Most gait training systems are designed for acute and subacute neurological inpatients. Many systems are used for
relearning gait movements (nonfunctional training) or gait cycle training (functional gait training). Each system presents
its own advantages and disadvantages in terms of functional outcomes. However, training gait cycle movements is not
sufficient for the rehabilitation of ambulation. There is a need for new solutions to overcome the limitations of existing
systems in order to ensure individually tailored training conditions for each of the potential users, no matter the complexity
of his or her condition. There is also a need for a new, integrative approach in gait rehabilitation, one that encompasses
and addresses all aspects of physical as well as psychological aspects of ambulation in real-life multitasking
situations. In this respect, a multidisciplinary multinational team performed an overview of the current technology for
gait rehabilitation and reviewed the principles of ambulation training.

JournalAdvances in Mechanical Engineering
Journal citation10 (7), pp. 1-19
ISSN1687-8132
Year2018
PublisherSAGE Publications
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1177/1687814018783627
Web address (URL)https://doi.org/10.1177/1687814018783627
Publication dates
Online29 Jul 2018
Print01 Jul 2018
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Deposited26 Oct 2017
Accepted24 May 2018
Accepted25 Oct 2017
Copyright information© 2018 The authors
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