In this episode, host Marissa Moran, PT, DPT is joined by author (and current Stroke SIG Nominating Committee Member!) Dr. Chitra Balasubramanian, PT, PhD, CEEAA to discuss her research article titled “Walking Adaptability after a Stroke and Its Assessment in Clinical Settings”. Dr. Balasubramanian was awarded the Stroke SIG Research Award in 2022. Dr. Balasubramanian discusses the importance of walking adaptability within the realm of stroke recovery and why assessment of this construct matters.
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