Teleassessment of gait and gait aids

...do commonly accessible internet speeds and normal video quality allow for a valid teleassessment?

Normal internet speeds allow for feasible teleassessment of gait and gait aids. Nevertheless, the authors of this study do warn that some lower frame rate and bandwidth configurations may limit the reliability of remote cane height assessments. These findings may help increase the reach of rehabilitation care and broaden the scope of services being delivered remotely.



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