Those articles that discussed the use of OBST described the use of this technique in the rehabilitation of knee and hip neuropathy , muscle weakness dystrophy [14, 15, 19], ankle dorsiflexor slapping , foot slapping , spinal cord steppage , foot drop steppage , weight bearing motor control , and knee arthritis .
A total of 21 articles discuss the rehabilitation of spasticity (Hemiplegia) gait disorder, Of these 21 articles, 7, 9, and 5 describe the use of VBST, VOBST, and OBST, respectively, on the rehabilitation of this type of gait disorder, The latter 5 articles describe the use of OBST on the rehabilitation of the hemiplegia of the spinal cord , lower limb , ankle-foot , knee in the stance phase , and the ankle , whereas the 9 articles that describe the use of VOBST focus on the hemiplegia of the leg swing , multi-joint leg extension , lower limb [54, 55], knee rotation [56, 57], hip rotation , knee , and the knee and pelvis .
The articles that describe the use of OBST on the rehabilitation of this type of gait disorder focus on the paraplegia of the lower limbs [13, 18] and cerebral palsy .
The OBST articles focus on the parkinsonism of the gait speed , body movement , and motor fluctuations , whereas the VOBST articles describe the rehabilitation of parkinsonism of the shoulder joint  and stiff lower limbs .
The OBST article focused on a gait disorder with gestural ataxia .