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Get the right start: read how feedback on your push-off can improve your gait after stroke

Stroke patients often have a disrupted walking pattern, walking asymmetrically and at a slower pace. In normal walking, several elements come into play. One factor is our strength as we push ourselves forward with our toes (also known as push-off). Stroke patients often suffer from reduced push-off strength, which contributes to the difficulties in walking and…

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