Locomotor Training as an Activity-Based Therapy for Posture, Standing, and Walking
This chapter presents the concepts that have facilitated the translation of scientific evidence for activity-dependent plasticity into the clinical implementation of an activity-based therapy, locomotor training. It discusses the paradigm shift from compensation-based rehabilitation to activity-based therapy. It then presents the four guiding principles that serve as the basis for clinical decisions throughout the three components of locomotor training, to facilitate clients to continually recover function while achieving functional goals at home and advancing through the phases of recovery.
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