gait asymmetry|smart insole

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Gait disturbance often results in functional disability after stroke, and enhancing walking functionality is the main purpose among all stroke-related impairments. One-sided weakness, also known as hemiparesis, is the most common impairment pattern among people who suffering from stroke, which can result in gait asymmetry. Insole X can help in symmetry gait training assessment and monitor daily rehabilitation effects.

Gait symmetry is related to energy expenditure, we can say the most efficient gait pattern is a symmetrical gait. Individuals with stroke tend to have higher energy expenditures and extremely low ambulatory activity levels compared with healthy people. For better gait rehabilitation, Insole X can monitor their daily activities and assess the effects of physical therapy with detailed gait analysis reports.

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