Outcome of the Gait Rehabilitation in the Stroke Patients by Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool

Author(s): Samrood Akram, Muhammad Yawar Azeem Khan, Farhia Shah, Amna Zia, Anam Zafar, Naveed Anwar*

Objective: To determine the outcome of the gait rehabilitation in the stroke patients by Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool. Methodology: This quasi-experimental study was on pre-post-test model conducted during academic years 2020-21. The sample size was 47 and patients with diagnosed ischemic stroke were recruited in a single group using non-probability convenience sampling. The severity and duration of the condition were measured. All patients were gone through the measurements and the tool used for the purpose was Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool (GAIT). The Paired sample t-test was used for the data analysis on SPSS version 17. Results: This quasi-experimental study was on pre-post-test model conducted during academic years 2020-21. The sample size was 47 and patients with diagnosed ischemic stroke were recruited in a single group using non-probability convenience sampling. The severity and duration of the condition were measured. All patients were gone through the measurements and the tool used for the purpose was Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool (GAIT). The Paired sample t-test was used for the data analysis on SPSS version 17. Conclusion: There was a significant role of gait rehabilitation in stroke patients and improvement in gait training was accurately identified through GAIT measuring scale in stroke patients with gait deficit.


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