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Abbreviations: 6MWT = 6 min walk test, 10MWT = 10 m walk test, AIS = American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale, ANCOVA = analysis of covariance, ANOVA = analysis of variance, BWS = body weight support, BWSTT = body weight-supported treadmill training, CI = confidence interval, Loko-R = Lokomat-applied resistance, MDC95 = 95 percent minimal detectable change, m-iSCI = motor-incomplete spinal cord injury, MVC = maximum voluntary contraction, RPE = rating of perceived exertion, SCI = spinal cord injury, SCI-FAP = Spinal Cord Injury-Functional Ambulation Profile, SD = standard deviation.
Effects of body weight-supported treadmill training on heart rate variability and blood pressure variability in individuals with spinal cord injury.
Body weight-supported treadmill training versus conventional gait training for people with chronic traumatic brain injury.
Over the past decade, body weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) has emerged as a promising method for improving functional ambulation after spinal cord injury (SCI).