Unsupervised gait retraining using a wireless pressure-detecting shoe insole.

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Summary of "Unsupervised gait retraining using a wireless pressure-detecting shoe insole."

The knee adduction moment (KAM) is a surrogate measure of mediolateral distribution of loads across the knee joint and is correlated with progression and severity of knee osteoarthritis (OA). Existing biomechanical approaches for unloading the arthritic medial knee compartment vary in their effectiveness in reducing KAM. This study employed a completely wireless, pressure-detecting shoe insole capable of generating auditory feedback via a smartphone.


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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 408-413


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