2014
DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2014.05.065
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Variability of centre of pressure movement during gait in young and middle-aged women

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“…COP, in relation to dynamic walking balance, is the focal point of location of the vertical ground reaction force vector relative to thefoot in contact with the supporting surface which elicits a COP trajectory as the foot translates on the supporting surface [11,13]. The degree of variability within the COP trajectory has been used to quantify static and dynamic postural control in both normal and pathological populations with increased unilateral and side to side variability of the COP trajectory indicative of reduced dynamic walking balance capacity [11][12][13].…”
Section: Gait Data (Cop Spatial Temporal Measures) and Gait Phase Pmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…COP, in relation to dynamic walking balance, is the focal point of location of the vertical ground reaction force vector relative to thefoot in contact with the supporting surface which elicits a COP trajectory as the foot translates on the supporting surface [11,13]. The degree of variability within the COP trajectory has been used to quantify static and dynamic postural control in both normal and pathological populations with increased unilateral and side to side variability of the COP trajectory indicative of reduced dynamic walking balance capacity [11][12][13].…”
Section: Gait Data (Cop Spatial Temporal Measures) and Gait Phase Pmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The degree of variability within the COP trajectory has been used to quantify static and dynamic postural control in both normal and pathological populations with increased unilateral and side to side variability of the COP trajectory indicative of reduced dynamic walking balance capacity [11][12][13]. COP measures [ length of gait line left/right (mm) which described the trajectory of the pressure center, accounted for all trajectory planar deviations, and assessed for individual ground contacts on one side of the body; single support line left/right(mm)quantified as the average length of the unilateral trajectory line which described the trajectory of the pressure center and accounted for all ground contacts; and single support line percent difference which described the single support line side to Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona).…”
Section: Gait Data (Cop Spatial Temporal Measures) and Gait Phase Pmentioning
confidence: 99%
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