Methodological aspects in biomechanical estimation of rehabilitation of patients with locomotor pathology

Authors

  • Antonina Saleeva
  • Vоlоdimir Kacher
  • Oleksandr Gadyatskiy
  • Mykola Kovalko
  • Lyubov Roman
  • Irina Vasilenko

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15674/0030-59872013198-100

Keywords:

biomechanics, gait, posture

Abstract

The Ukrainian Research Institute of Prosthetics, Prosthesis Making and Working Capacity Restoration has developed methodological recommendations, which describe the existing techniques and means and contain criteria for objective assessment of results of using prostheses and orthoses in statics and walking.

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Issue

Section

HELP TO PRACTITIONER. LECTURES

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