An Instrumented Walking-Aid to Assess and Retrain Gait

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Culmer, PR; Brooks, PC; Strauss, DN; Ross, DH; Levesley, MC; O'Connor, RJ; Bhakta, B;
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An instrumented walking-aid, the iWA system, has been developed to measure kinematic and kinetic properties of walking aid (WA) use and deliver feedback to improve gait. The clinical requirements, technical specification and design of the system are developed through cl... View more
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