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Effectiveness of a new joint position biofeedback training system development and its application on hemiplegic patients

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6 Author(s)
E. Dursun ; Ankara Rehabilitation Center, Minist. of Health, Turkey ; E. Ceceli ; A. Cakci ; O. Tuzunalp
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Biofeedback is a technique of increasing importance in the field of rehabilitation. Several studies have been published in which biofeedback was utilized in gait training of stroke patients. A variety of electronic and non-electronic biofeedback approaches have been used. Joint position biofeedback was preferred in this study as it requires concentration only on the joint position. The purpose of this study was to show the effectiveness of Joint Position Biofeedback training in controlling genu recurvatum in adult stroke

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Biomedical Engineering Days, 1992., Proceedings of the 1992 International

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18-20 Aug 1992