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- Development of the SORRI-BAURU posterior walker
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- This study aimed to report on the design and development of a low cost Reverse Walker through a participative development cycle with people undergoing rehabilitation. The creation and fundamentals of the concept are described, as well as the development of prototypes and their provision to subjects with mobility problems. The Reverse Walker benefits the user by promoting a more upright posture and favoring the development of postural balance. Enhancing the mobility of people with disabilities may benefit their independence, social participation and quality of life.
- Studies In Health Technology And Informatics, v. 217, p. 1003-1008, 2015.
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