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Rhythmic Haptic Cueing Using Wearable Devices as Physiotherapy for Huntington Disease: Case Study

Rhythmic Haptic Cueing Using Wearable Devices as Physiotherapy for Huntington Disease: Case Study

hemiparesis [5].In addition to commenting on the changes in RK’s gait, the physiotherapists explained how flexion and changes in joint angles are more relevant to HD rather than gait symmetry, which was important for hemiparetic stroke survivors as investigated in Georgiou

Theodoros Georgiou, Riasat Islam, Simon Holland, Janet van der Linden, Blaine Price, Paul Mulholland, Allan Perry

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(2):e18589