New Paper on the Use of Vision for Skilled Walking in SCI

In January 2017, Raza published his Master’s work which explored the role of sensorimotor integration of vision and proprioception in ambulatory individuals with SCI while obstacle crossing. He found that vision was more important for obstacle crossing for ambulatory individuals with SCI compared to able bodied controls, due to proprioceptive deficits. Want to learn more? Read the full article here.

Congratulations to authors Raza Malik, Rachel Cote, and Dr. Tania Lam.

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