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Validity and variability of center of pressure measures to quantify trunk control in stroke patients during quiet sitting and reaching tasks.

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Summary of "Validity and variability of center of pressure measures to quantify trunk control in stroke patients during quiet sitting and reaching tasks."

In the immediate period following stroke, sitting balance is one of the most important predictors of functional recovery at discharge after rehabilitation. Thus, sitting balance determines the content of the early phase of stroke rehabilitation and an appropriate measurement tool is important.

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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 218-223

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