Adult cerebral palsy patients and robotic walking study
Novel Gait Training Paradigm to Promote Healthy Aging in Individuals with Cerebral Palsy
Adult patients with cerebral palsy will be walking on ground and a treadmill. Participants will wear a belt on their waist with sensors connected to a robot. There will be unpleasant sounds generated to provide cues to change walking pattern. Study will take place at UB for six sessions and will take two hours for each session.
There are two study objectives.(1) Investigate the benefit of the strength training of adults with cerebral palsy using a cable-actuated robot. (2) Investigate the potential of reinforcing the retention of cable-actuated training by providing auditory feedback to eight adults with cerebral palsy.
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