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Fig. 1 | BMC Geriatrics

Fig. 1

From: The efficacy of treadmill training with and without projected visual context for improving walking ability and reducing fall incidence and fear of falling in older adults with fall-related hip fracture: a randomized controlled trial

Fig. 1

Adaptability treadmill training. The instrumented treadmill with visual context presented on the belt’s surface using a projector. The handrail and an emergency stop allow for a safe practice environment (a). The walking adaptability exercises include visually guided stepping to a sequence of regular or irregular stepping targets (b), obstacle avoidance (c), speeding up and slowing down by following a moving walking zone (d) and interactive walking adaptability games (e)

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