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Last Updated: 25 June 2022

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Development and deployment of cyclical focal muscle vibration system to improve walking performance in multiple sclerosis.

Vibration, a potent mechanical stimulant of muscle spindle primary afferents, can help people with multiple sclerosis, but it has yet to be established and used for multiple leg muscles during walking training. This review looked at the origins of a cyclic focal muscle vibration system's design as well as the deployment of a MS walking swing phase assessment to determine if this intervention warrants comprehensive study. Before and after deployment, blood pressure, heart rate, walking speed, kinematics, toe clearance, and step length were measured; during and after deployment, with blood pressure and heart rate monitored during deployment. This FMV training system was designed and installed to increase joint flexion when walking in those with MS, and it demonstrated flexibility and benefits.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/03091902.2022.2080880

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