Walking Training With Partial Body Weight Support on Static and Dynamic Surfaces in Stroke Survivers

Completed

Phase N/A Results N/A

Update History

5 Nov '15
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - One-sided hemiparesis, No heart disease (or medical clearance to participate in the study), No orthopedic impairments and / or neurological symptoms that may alter the the gait, no history of thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis, Ability to understand and follow verbal commands, Can walk alone or with canes of approximately 10 m; Spasticity degree mild to moderate in the affected lower limb with levels of classification between 0 and 2 in the Ashworth spasticity scale modified Exclusion Criteria: - Heart frequency increase more than 75% of the maximum or have any other general instability during training that may lead risk for the health during the training,
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Inclusion Criteria: - One-sided hemiparesis, No heart disease (or medical clearance to participate in the study), No orthopedic impairments and / or neurological symptoms that may alter the the gait, no history of thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis, Ability to understand and follow verbal commands, Can walk alone or with canes of approximately 10 m; Spasticity degree mild to moderate in the affected lower limb with levels of classification between 0 and 2 in the Ashworth spasticity scale modified Exclusion Criteria: - Heart frequency increase more than 75% of the maximum or have any other general instability during training that may lead risk for the health during the training,
A location was updated in São Paulo.
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The overall status was removed for Cruzeiro do Sul University.
26 Jul '14
The Summary of Purpose was updated.
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The purpose of this study is evaluate the effects of walking training with partial body weight support on static (floor) and dynamic (treadmill) surfaces in individuals with hemiparesis due to stroke. For this purpose, two training protocols will be employed in three experimental groups: G1 will do the walking training with partial body weight support on static surfaces and G2 will do the walking training with partial body weight support on dynamic surfaces
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The purpose of this study is evaluate the effects of walking training with partial body weight support on static (floor) and dynamic (treadmill) surfaces in individuals with hemiparesis due to stroke. For this purpose, three training protocols will be employed in three experimental groups: G1 will do the walking training with partial body weight support on static surfaces, G2 will do the walking training with partial body weight support on dynamic surfaces and G3 will do the walking training with partial body weight support on both static and dynamic surfaces.
Trial was updated to "N/A."