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New insights into posture and locomotion


This issue of NCCN combines review articles and original contributions by speakers who participated in the 2014 and 2015 SOFPEL congresses. As always, these SOFPEL congresses bring together different professionals interested in balance and gait disorders, ranging from physiology to treatment and rehabilitation, including physicians (mainly neurologists and rehabilitation medicine specialists), physiologists, physical therapists and podiatrists. During the 2014 congress held in Rennes, the main topics addressed by the invited speakers were: balance in cerebral palsy (Olivier Remy-Néris); vision and hearing in gait (Benoit Bardy), freezing in Parkinsonism (Arnaud Delval); and biomechanics of standing (Armel Cretual). In the 2015 congress to be held in Paris, cortical aspects of balance control (Alfredo Bronstein), the role of the mesencephalon (Carine Karachi), walking exoskeletons (Jacques Kerdraon) and use of Tai chi for balance control (Luce Condamine) will be the topics of the main conferences, along with current scientific communications.
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Isabelle Bonan, M. -L. Welter, Alain P. Yelnik. New insights into posture and locomotion. Neurophysiologie Clinique = Clinical Neurophysiology, 2015, 45 (4-5), pp.239. ⟨10.1016/j.neucli.2015.09.010⟩. ⟨hal-01231410⟩
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