Treadmill-based gait-slip training with reduced training volume could still prevent slip-related falls.

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Summary of "Treadmill-based gait-slip training with reduced training volume could still prevent slip-related falls."

Treadmill-based gait-slip training shows to be effective in reducing the risk of slip-related falls. In previous relevant studies, the number of repeated slip perturbations ranged from 12 to 30.


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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 160-165


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