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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Pre- to Post-training Changes in Weight Distribution and Gait Function Variables in the Two Study Groups

Experimental group (n = 12) Control group (n = 12) t
10 MWT (s) Pre 28.07 ± 1.72 28.06 ± 2.02 .027
Post 23.92 ± 1.26 25.49 ± 2.22 -2.141b
t 12.691a 10.380a
△(post-pre) -4.16 ± 1.14 -2.57 ± .86 -3.884b
Step time (s) Pre .48 ± .06 .53 ± .12 -1.329
Post .72 ± .12 .70 ± .11 .495
t -9.849a -10.038a
△(post-pre) .24 ± .09 .17 ± .06 2.458b
Step length (cm) Pre 23.87 ± 2.83 23.88 ± 2.78 -.009
Post 28.90 ± 2.83 26.19 ± 2.61 2.438b
t -26.178a -12.977a
△(post-pre) 5.03 ± .67 2.31 ± .62 10.393b
Weight distribution (kg) Pre 30.21 ± 3.08 31.41 ± 3.84 -.845
Post 33.67 ± 2.77 32.81 ± 4.00 .617
t -17.468a -12.799a
△(post-pre) 3.46 ± .69 1.39 ± .38 9.144b

Values are expressed as mean (SD).

Experimental group, gait training with the real-time visual plantar pressure feedback; Control group, general gait training. 10 MWT, 10 m walking test.

aSignificanlty different(p < .05) from the pre-tests.

bSignificanlty different(p < .05) in gains between the two groups.

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