Locomotor Training is a rehabilitation method which is used for people with brain and spinal cord injury, stroke and other neurological disorders. For some, health improvements include increased cardiovascular and pulmonary function, increased bone density, decreased spasticity, a decrease in the likelihood of skin lesions and improved glucose intolerance.

Click on the button below to read the article by Christopher & Dana Reeve’s Foundation and find more about what Locomotor training is and how it works.

The article is on the Christopher and Dana Reeve’s Foundation’s website.

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