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The effect of prolonged auditory motor coupling on gait and fatigability in persons with multiple sclerosis compared to healthy controls

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The effect of prolonged auditory motor coupling on gait and fatigability in persons with multiple sclerosis compared to healthy controls

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Objectives Assess the possible effects of prolonged entrainment in different conditions ' music, metronome and silence ' on gait parameters, synchronisation, fatigability during walking in PwMS compared with healthy controls. Conclusion Synchronisation occurs more in music than in metronome. Also, perceived cognitive fatigability would be lower with music. For the perceived motor fatigability, the type of stimuli implies not to be important. In contrast to performance motor fatigability, here a metronome should be used during a trial shorter than six minutes. In trials longer than six minutes, the type of stimuli seems not important anymore. Auditory stimuli appear to have no influence on speed and a negative influence on cadence and stride length in PwMS.

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