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The goals of this Model System Program are to expand upon and advance the findings and outcomes of previous and current Model Systems clinical research, to continue to develop and study the effectiveness of innovative treatment strategies for persons with spinal cord injury (SCI); and to evaluate the benefits of a well-designed, comprehensive, coordinated, interdisciplinary continuum of care that lead to improved outcomes for all persons with SCI. In order to achieve these goal...
There have been many studies on the use of running training in older children to improve gait development in children with cerebral palsy. The aim of our study was to conduct early treadmill training in infants who were highly suspected of cerebral palsy and to follow up on their long-term gait development.
Balance and gait problems in subjects with neurological disease lead to reduced mobility, loss of independence and frequent falls. Treadmill training is a widely used form of treatment and it has been used in subjects with neurological disease to ameliorate walking and balance deficits. The Virtual Reality Treadmill as a therapeutic tool has been recently introduced to practice gait adaptability elicited by aligning foot placement relative to the projected visual context. ...
The purpose of the study is to determine whether treadmill training is safe and beneficial in patients with walking difficulty because of multiple sclerosis.
Virtual-reality-based interactive treadmill system will be applied to the Parkinsons' disease patients who can walk (Hoehn and Yahr stage 2 to 4). Subjects will be randomly allocated to either VR-based treadmill training group or treadmill training without VR-based interaction. The training will be provided for 3 sessions (30min/session)/week for 4weeks, the total of 12 sessions. The outcomes will be measured at baseline, immediately after the completion of the intervention and...
The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of strength training for the lower extremities and treadmill training on walking ability in persons with Multiple Sclerosis. The study is a randomized control trial with two groups and the intervention is 8 weeks of intensive strength training or treadmill walking. Primary outcome measure is walking ability, secondary outcome measures are balance, work economy and strength.
This is a trial to test whether treadmill training can be used to improve the "walking" of patients with partial spinal cord injury. While on the treadmill, patients will be partially supported through the use of a specially designed harness attached to an overhead lift (also called Body Weight Supported Treadmill Training, BWSTT). Patients who enroll in this study will be randomly assigned to either the experimental group, which receives 12 weeks of this specialized treadmill...
The purpose of this study is to find the safest level of aerobic training for people about to undergo surgery for their cancer, and to learn what effects, if any, aerobic exercise has on these patients and the outcomes of their cancers. This part of the study (Phase 0) will evaluate the feasibility and quality of at-home exercise and assessment procedures and find out whether study participants are willing to practice continuous lifestyle monitoring using apps and electronic de...
In order to evaluate the effectiveness of musical treadimll on gait parameters in patients with Parkinson's Disease, the investigators compare the outcome measures on two group of patients: one will undergo a 4-week daily musical treadmill training and one will undergo a 4-week daily traditional treadmill training
The individual adapted sport modalities concentrate most of the technological development for equipment and auxiliary devices, the collective modalities need implements that aid in the development of training and the game.
Introduction. - There is a demand for evidence whether treadmill therapy is more efficient than traditional walking training as an intervention for patients with hemiplegia after cerebral stroke. Design. - A randomized controlled trial. Material. - Stroke patients with moderate to severe functional deficits referred to inpatient medical rehabilitation. Method. - Comparing a treatment group receiving treadmill train...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the treadmill training with functional electric stimulation on sensorimotor cortical reorganization and functional improvement in subjects with chronic stroke.
This study is being done to test the possible benefits of gait-specific training using body-weight supported, Lokomat assisted, treadmill training in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Parkinson's disease (PD) causes motor and non-motor impairments that affect the quality of life of the subjects. The purpose was to assess the effects of treadmill walking training with additional body load on the quality of life and motor symptoms of the subjects with PD. Methods: Nine subjects with PD, Hoehn and Yahr stages 2 through 3, not demented and with capability to ambulate independently voluntarily participate in this study. The training program was divided into thre...
Introduction: Core stability exercises and treadmill training play a crucial role in physical therapy interventions and have an effect on balance in children with Down syndromes (DS), whether core stability exercises or treadmill training has more effect on improve balance has not been investigated yet. The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of core stability training versus treadmill exercises on balance in children with Down syndrome. Methods: Forty-five children ...
Ambulatory children with cerebral palsy (CP) experience walking limitations which negatively influence their ability to physically participate in day to day life. The investigators propose that impaired muscle power generation is the key limiting factor affecting walking activity and participation. This proposal represents a combined approach where participants undergo resistance training for muscle power generation in combination with locomotor treadmill training that is based...
The ability of performing multi-tasking procedures is impaired in patients with Parkinson's disease. In this study, our goal was to detect the effects of dual-task training with treadmill training on walking and balance and to compare its effects on quality of life, cognitive functions and risk of fall, to treadmill training alone.
The Purpose of this study is to investigate whether the beneficial effect of treadmill training on people with Parkinson's disease can be enhanced by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS).
People who are living in the community following a stroke fall frequently. The ability to take a step in response to a balance disturbance helps to prevent falls but stroke survivors tend not to step with their paretic leg in these circumstances. This leaves them vulnerable to falls towards their paretic side. The purpose of this study is to train paretic limb stepping by having individuals stand sideways on a treadmill and respond to sudden accelerations of the treadmill.
This study aimed to investigate the effects of dual-task training with exergame and treadmill on executive function and dual-task performance in individuals with PD and stroke and discuss the correlation between the change values of executive function and dual-task performance after training. Besides, investigate cortical activation after training.
There is no international application of infant running stimulation system to evaluate the brain injury in children with various stages of nerve and motor development in a large sample of studies. The study of neonatal brain injury is only limited to intraventricular hemorrhage(IVH),periventricular leukomalacia(PVL), Down's syndrome(DS), premature birth of these four conditions, and the number of samples in the single digits, there is no representative of the disease population...
Deficits in ankle control after stroke can lead to foot drop, resulting in inefficient, aberrant gait and an elevated falls risk. Using a novel ankle robot and newly invented adaptive control system, this study tests whether robotic assisted treadmill training will improve gait and balance functions in chronic stroke survivors with foot drop impairment. It is hypothesized that, compared to treadmill training alone, integrating adaptive ankle robotics with treadmill training wil...
Sensory and motor cueing have been demonstrated as useful ambulation training techniques for Parkinson's disease (PD). This study is aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of treadmill training program with music cueing for mild to moderate PD patients.
The aim of the study is to set up a pilot study to investigate the effects of treadmill training in preventing the onset and worsening of walking impairments, balance deficits and fatigue.
The purpose of this research was to discuss the effect of backward walking treadmill training on balance ability, speed of walking and cardiopulmonary fitness in patients with chronic stroke.