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Table 2 Demographic Data

From: Individualized feedback to change multiple gait deficits in chronic stroke

Age (years)5751486861536255657059.0 ± 7.4
Gender (male/female)MFMFMFMMMM7/3
Time post stroke (months)78358410175119429935765.7 ± 31.1
Dominant side (right/left)RRRRRRRRRR10/0
Paretic side (right/left)LLLRLLRLLL2/8
Self-selected gait speed (m/s)0.8850.7391.1750.7360.5140.5100.7410.4260.6410.7000.707 ± 0.214
Baseline paretic knee flexion (degrees)41 133.549.334.435.448.936.59.328.431.434.8 ± 11.3
Baseline paretic hip flexion (degrees)22.020.520.119.523.815.616.29.910.916.917.5 ± 4.6
LE-FM score2526252621223129302425.9 ± 3.3
Proprioception (intact/impaired)++++++++8/2
MoCA score2626303021272723232726.0 ± 2.9
Return for session 2 (y/n)yyyyyyynyy9/1
  1. Demographic data for individual subjects. Group data are means ± SD or counts. M: male, F: female; R: right, L: left; P: paretic, NP: non-paretic; LE-FM: Lower extremity subscale for the Fugl-Meyer; out of 34, higher is less impairment. Proprioception: out of 18 total responses (6 probes at 3 joints); +: intact indicates that all responses were correct, −: impaired indicates at least one response was incorrect. MoCA: Montreal Cognitive Assessment; out of 30, higher is less impairment