Inclusion Criteria- Patients must be aged 18 to 75 years, with a first ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke at least six months ago and no longer than two years ago, without subsequent stroke. It must have caused initially complete hemiplegia of the right or left hemibody, but they must be able of walk alone with or without technical assistance over a distance of at least 10 meters They must be able change direction too.
- Finally, they must have a Functional Ambulation Classification (FAC) score between 4 and 6 during the inclusion.
Exclusion Criteria- We will exclude patients with a neurological history other than a stroke, a psychiatric illness, or an associated debilitating disease.
- They must not have an associated cerebella syndrome or a clinical brainstem attack.
- We will refuse patients who are pregnant, who have not signed the written consent, and who aren't entitled to a social security scheme.