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The coordinated control between the bilateral ankles plays an important role in daily life functions such as walking and balance. The central nervous system damage caused by stroke, in addition to the limitation of the ankle movement on the hemiplegic side and the deterioration of the movement ability, It will seriously affect the coordinated control performance between the bilateral ankle joints, which will cause the majority of stroke patients to have barriers to walking function, and increase the patient's daily care depending on the caregiver. However, there is currently no research on stroke patients, the development of a coordinated control evaluation method with bilateral ankle joints, the use of load-bearing state simulation similar to the real-life bilateral ankle and foot coordination control performance, the establishment of clinical value of bilateral ankle Coordinating the performance parameters of the control evaluation; thus, the clinical doctors can not accurately understand the degree of defect in the bilateral foot and ankle coordination control of the stroke patients, and explore the influence of the bilateral ankle-foot coordination control defect on the daily life function of the stroke patients, and even cannot be based on the evaluation results. The clinical parameters, combined with visual feedback and bilateral rehabilitation advantages of rehabilitation training program, improve the bilateral ankle joint coordination control ability and lower limb function of stroke patients. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to establish an assessment system that can be used to measure the performance of bilateral ankle joint coordination control, to understand the degree of injury in bilateral ankle and foot coordination control, and to analyze the biped coordination parameters and clinical gait performance. The characteristics, and then the design of a double-sided rehabilitation training program combined with visual feedback, is used to improve the bilateral ankle joint coordination control performance and lower limb movement function of stroke patients.

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NCT number NCT05026359
Study type Interventional
Source Taipei Medical University Shuang Ho Hospital
Contact Chueh-Ho Lin Lin, PhD
Phone +88627361661
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date August 14, 2019
Completion date November 30, 2021