Associations between gait coordination, variability and motor cortex inhibition in young and older adults
Interlimb coordination and mobility (postural sway and turning) diminish with age, posing a risk for gait-related injuries. Further, levels of inhibition within the motor cortex are significantly associated with coordination of the upper extremities in healthy aging, however, it is unknown if this same association exists for lower extremity control. To investigate the relationship between gait coordination and cortical inhibition we measured gait coordination via the phase coordination index and motor cortex inhibition via the cortical silent period in 14 young and 15 older adults. Gait coordination ...
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Swanson, Clayton W.
Fling, Brett W.
Embargo Expires: 09/06/2020