Relación entre los trastornos de marcha y equilibrio y el riesgo de caída tras sufrir un ictus

  • Ángela Macías Valle Institute of Movement and Sport Gerontology, Universidad Alemana del Deporte de Colonia (Colonia, Alemania)
Palabras clave: Ictus, Envejecimiento, Marcha, Equilibrio, Miedo a caerse, Entrenamiento

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Macías Valle, Ángela. Relación entre los trastornos de marcha y equilibrio y el riesgo de caída tras sufrir un ictus. Paraninfo Digital. 2019; 13(30): 1-. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/pd/e30029 [acceso: 13/08/2022]
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