physiopraxis 2018; 16(11/12): 34-39
DOI: 10.1055/a-0657-0509
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Standpunkte – Gehfähigkeit richtig trainieren

Martin Huber
Claudia Pott

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23 November 2018 (online)

Wie schaffe ich es, dass mein Patient gut und schnell gehfähig wird? Trainiere ich dafür nur das Gehen oder auch das Stehen? Die Zusammenhänge zwischen Steh- und Gehfähigkeit sind verdammt komplex, und die Antwort ist nicht mit zwei Sätzen gegeben. Und da die Antworten durchaus unterschiedlich ausfallen, haben wir zwei Experten der Neurorehabilitation gebeten, ihren Standpunkt zu diskutieren.

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