Responsiveness and clinically meaningful improvement, according to disability level, of five walking measures after rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis: a European multi-center study Universiteit Hasselt
A GPS-based methodology to analyze environment-health associations at the trip level : case-crossover analyses of built environments and walking Universiteit Gent
Virtual reality—enhanced walking in people post-stroke: effect of optic flow speed and level of immersion on the gait biomechanics Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven
Background: Optic flow—the apparent visual motion experienced while moving—is absent during treadmill walking. With virtual reality (VR), optic flow can be controlled to mediate alterations in human walking. The aim of this study was to investigate (1) the effects of fully immersive VR and optic flow speed manipulation on gait biomechanics, simulator sickness, and enjoyment in people post-stroke and healthy people, and (2) the effects of the ...
Effects of Rehabilitation on Gait Pattern at Usual and Fast Speeds Depend on Walking Impairment Level in Multiple Sclerosis Universiteit Hasselt
Assessment of transfemoral amputees using a passive microprocessor-controlled knee versus an active powered microprocessor-controlled knee for level walking KU Leuven
Utilizing thermal comfort and walking facilities to propose a comfort walkability index (CWI) at the neighbourhood level KU Leuven Universiteit Hasselt
Walking capacity is associated with health related quality of life and physical activity level in patients with schizophrenia: a preliminary report KU Leuven
Robot-assisted walking with the Lokomat: the influence of different levels of guidance force on thorax and pelvis kinematics Vrije Universiteit Brussel KU Leuven Universiteit Antwerpen
Little attention has been devoted to the thorax and pelvis movements during gait. The aim of this study is to compare differences in the thorax and pelvis kinematics during unassisted walking on a treadmill and during walking with robot assistance (Lokomat-system (Hocoma, Volketswil, Switzerland)).
18 healthy persons walked on a treadmill with and without the Lokomat system at 2 kmph. Three different ...